By John McNellis Two old guys are sunning themselves on a Miami park bench, the first bragging about the $5 million his insurance company..
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Demographics, technology and new thinking are changing health care real estate THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE..
By John McNellis To paraphrase a vulgar aphorism, self-delusions are like opinions—everybody has one. Some have many. Self-delusions are..
By Scott D. Rogers and Theodore K. Klaassen A new California Supreme Court ruling involving the terms of a real estate loan has reversed..
By John McNellis One of the more amusing ways the Brits keep their societal distinctions crisp is through the upper class’s use of..
By John McNellis Just as there are few atheists in foxholes, true pessimists are rare among developers. A portrait of a famous developer..
By John McNellis Just as historians still question the precise date the Romans became the Italians, developers are by no means in agreement..
By Joan Spiegel The San Francisco Bay Area is perhaps the most active development market in the country today, with the construction of..
By Rob La Eace As of late, it seems the only things hotter than our home sales market is our rental market—and of course our San..
By John McNellis “Behind every great fortune lies a great crime,” Honore de Balzac, the French novelist, supposedly claimed. While this..