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March 8, 2018

Peter Grant of the Wall Street Journal reports that a new study by Wells Fargo Securities "determined that companies with more than the average percentage of women" on their board "achieved higher average price and total returns over that period," [referencing 165 equi...

February 20, 2018

Sources: Jessica Hartogs, (LinkedIn Daily Rundown); Lauren Thomas, (CNBC Retail Reporter)

Albertsons is buying most of Rite Aid. Walgreens had previously tried to acquire the drugstore but the government blocked a full sale; the Rite Aid rival is now in the process of b...

January 24, 2018

Now is the Perfect Time to Go Big on Retail, One New York Developer Says

GHC Development is going ahead with a $65 million plan to turn the American Stock Exchange building into a retail space and hotel

New York real-estate developer Allan Fried plans to turn the America...

October 18, 2017

Thank you to our panelists and attendees for coming out for our first event yesterday!  

If you're interested in attending future events and haven't signed up for our mailing list, please visit www.fordhamlawresociety.com/get-invoved

October 10, 2017

Interested in pursuing a career in real estate? Join us next week for our first event and learn more about the career paths available for JD's from three prominent industry leaders!

How do we find the best asking price? And why even ask in the first place?

In March 2013, financier Martin Zweig’s widow Barbara put her penthouse at the Pierre Hotel on the market for $125 million. This August, four years, several brokers and several price cuts later,...

September 6, 2017

What $600K Will Buy You in NYC

  • BY LAURA VECSEY AUGUST 31, 2017 

Given that you can find some surprisingly good apartments in NYC in the $400,000 to $500,000 range, we wondered: What differentiates them from places coming in around $600K?

Th...

Guide to Fair Housing Act for NYC Renters and Buyers

  • BY MARIELA QUINTANA APRIL 20, 2017

In 2016, there were over 28,000 reported complaints of housing discrimination nationwide, according to the National Fair Housing Alliance. According to their rese...

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