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Real Estate

Real estate today is a hard market to read. When — and where — does an astute company take the plunge into the commercial property market? Issues of timing and location often can be as crucial as the amount of capital earmarked for such a transition.

In this market, specialist advice can help businesses avoid the pitfalls and identify new and rewarding opportunities. Deloitte’s real estate professionals have the range and depth of expertise and practical experience to provide clients with genuinely integrated service offerings that are tailored to their specific needs.

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  • Expectations & market realities in real estate 2013
    A new annual report published jointly by Real Estate Research Corporation (RERC), Deloitte, and the National Association of Realtors (NAR) details market eagerness to "turn the page".
  • Chasing higher yields: Buying, renting, and selling single family residences
    A successful approach to this new institutional asset class requires careful strategy, scalable acquisition and operational plans, independent valuation sources, robust management infrastructure, and careful consideration of tax consequences.
  • Commercial Real Estate Outlook: Top Ten Issues in 2013
    This report examines commercial real estate (CRE) market trends and developments, with a focus on potential solutions to help CRE players favourably position themselves in the medium to long term future.

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