At the Urban Land Institute’s Spring Meeting in Houston, the real estate industry’s top leaders gathered to discuss the latest ideas and trends while seeking solutions to challenges on the horizon. LHB’s Leslie Braunstein contributed to the knowledge base by authoring articles on a number of conference topics ranging from what millennials want in housing to how office space could become a service delivered on demand, like Uber rides.
April 25, 2012 Former Governor Eliot Spitzer: Intellectual Capital Drives the Economy By Leslie Braunstein The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will have little effect on U.S. real estate markets, says former governor Eliot Spitzer, because it is being “whittled away piece by piece.” Spitzer says it repeatedly has been demonstrated that […]
U.S. economic growth continues at a pace above its current ten-year average, despite oil prices forecast to stay above $100 per barrel through 2014, reported international property group Grosvenor in its second quarter North American Research Report. “The economy is benefitting from increased momentum as employment levels rise, companies remain flush with cash, and sentiment […]