January 4, 2021
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There wasn’t much good news in the commercial real estate markets in 2020, but there sure was a lot of news. Here are five stories that illuminate the most interesting and impactful developments.
The founder of this high-flying startup, which just secured a $4 billion valuation, has a scorched-earth management style and a trail of angry former partners.
This piece was a look back at the policies that helped drive racial wealth inequality in the United States.
Just before the home-buying company went public, its cofounder spoke with Forbes about Opendoor’s origins and business model. As it continues to bleed money, the startup faces questions about its prospects for long-term profitability.
One of our seasoned wealth reporters took a look at all the real estate the president’s company sold off during his term, a potentially major conflict of interest.
The founder of Equity Group Investments, Zell is worth an estimated $4.8 billion. In November, he chatted with Forbes senior editor Christopher Helman about Treasury rates, SPACs and President-elect Biden.
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