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The KPMG survey was completed from February through April 2014 and reflects the responses of 100 senior commercial real estate executives from the United States.


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The KPMG survey was completed from February through April 2014 and reflects the responses of 100 senior commercial real estate executives from the United States.

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Latest: More Commercial Real Estate Execs Expect To Increase Capital Spending Amid Tepid Economic Growth In 2014 - The KPMG survey was completed from February through April 2014 and reflects the responses of 100 senior commercial real estate executives from the United States.

More Commercial Real Estate Execs Expect To Increase Capital Spending Amid Tepid Economic Growth In 2014

The KPMG survey was completed from February through April 2014 and reflects the responses of 100 senior commercial real estate executives from the United States.

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