The WFH boom eroded NYC’s office real estate values

The shift to remote work destroyed about $58 billion, or 33%, in the value of office real estate in New York City through 2021, according to a working paper.

The big picture: The provocatively titled “Work From Home and the Office Real Estate Apocalypse,” published earlier this summer, underscores how the work-from-home boom was largely a bust for pricey corporate

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Housing market “pushed to the limit” as mortgage rates jump,

The housing slowdown we’ve been anticipating for months is here.

The big picture: Home sales are slowing down, and some of the pandemic era’s hottest “Zoomtowns” — sleepy areas where remote workers pushed up real-estate prices — are already seeing price drops.

Why it matters: The idea of a real estate downturn might seem scary, especially if you lived through

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Shop Koalacabana Launches New Range Of Beauty Products And

The online store is helping consumers to save money on quality beauty products and accessories by selling them at their lowest possible price.

An online store that has become a one-stop shop for people who want to purchase quality products and accessories at the lowest possible price has today announced they have added a new range of beauty products and

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Saudi Arabia and France: An extraordinary bilateral

Saudi Arabia and France: An extraordinary bilateral relationship

Riyadh’s deputy governor Prince Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Abdulaziz attending Bastille Day celebrations in Riyadh. (SPA)

PARIS: Any observer of Saudi Arabia will notice that a Western country is quietly becoming a privileged partner of the Kingdom. This Western country is France.

What if we are witnessing the construction of a new

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Are more US employers shifting away from degree

Short on time? Here are the highlights:

  • New research on US labour market trends points to some important shifts in the skills required by employers across the economy
  • The findings also point to widespread easing of degree requirements in many employment postings

“Jobs do not require four-year college degrees. Employers do,” says a recent report from The Burning Glass Institute,

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In CT, low-income housing boosts property values

Planning and zoning meetings across Connecticut have been punctuated for decades with public comments to the effect that low-income housing will, should the commission dare allow for the introduction of such housing to their town, lower housing values of incumbent homeowners. The argument might be summarized that low-income housing development, by its very proximity to existing homes, reduces the sale

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Keto Tone Reviews; Legit Consumer Information For United

A recent study published by the Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism Journal found that Keto Tone supported burning fat for energy instead of carbohydrates greatly increasing weight loss and energy. Furthermore, TV doctor Oz, recently named Keto Tone the “Holy Grail” of weight loss for good reason – IT WORKS.

It is important to note that the Keto Tone with 100%

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People moves: AXA IM names global head for Equity QI | News

AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) – Gideon Smith, co-chief investment officer of AXA IM Equity QI, has been appointed as global head of AXA IM Equity QI effective 1 August 2022.

Based in London, Smith will report to Mark Hargraves, global head of AXA IM Equity, and will be responsible for leading the Equity QI business globally. He takes over

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