Who is Responsible for the Las Vegas Shooting?

Reflecting on the Las Vegas Shooting

Who is really responsible for the mass shooting, no mass murder, in Las Vegas? Clearly not one lone gunman in a hotel. Maybe it’s the same people who are really responsible for the mass murder of 49 people in Orlando in June of 2016 at Pulse. And the exact same people who murdered 28 young children at Sandy Hook in December of 2012. Time to wake up America and face reality. The number of dead from mass murder is increasing at an alarming rate. 
Author: Jerry Sager
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Foodie Generation Eats a Golf Course

Foodie Generation Eats a Golf Course

From golf course to olive grove, food has become a cornerstone of residential real estate

Freehold Communities, a four-year-old development group, is developing Miralon, a 300-acre master plan community in Palm Springs that will offer 1,150 homes and anticipates breaking ground in a few months.
Author: Lloyd Kagin
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Apollo Global Management Acquires ClubCorp Holdings Inc.

Apollo Global Management Acquires One of the Largest Golf and Country Club Owners & Operators

Private equity firm Apollo Global Management LLC said it had agreed to acquire ClubCorp Holdings Inc, one of the largest owners and operators of private golf and country clubs in the United States, for $1.1 billion. The deal comes three months after ClubCorp announced the retirement of is CEO Eric Affeldt and said it had decided not to pursue a "strategic transaction," after efforts to explore a sale did not result in any offer for the entire company.

Author: Jerry Sager
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Increase Your Universe of Real Estate Investors

Using the Wisdom of Solomon to Increase Your Universe of Real Estate Investors

Direct lenders’ lending criteria are limited to certain parameters, primarily those related to loan to value ratios and debt service coverage ratios. Safety of the investment is of the utmost important. To paraphrase a common quote, “no one has ever been fired for making a performing loan”.

Author: Jerry Sager
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Federal Reserve Rate Hikes Expectations & Pace

Pace of Rate Hikes Second Slowest on Record

While the Federal Reserve began a tightening cycle in December 2015, the pace of rate hikes since has been the second-slowest on record. More specifically, the Federal Reserve has raised rates just four times for a cumulative 100-basis point increase over the last 20 months, a pace second only to the seven-year period between 1946 and 1953, when the Fed Funds rates increased by 150 basis points (partially due to political pressure to keep interest rates low and prevent losses on “war bonds” issued during WWII).

Author: Jerry Sager
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