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Fewer employers changing relocation benefits, survey finds

Fewer employers are changing their relocation policies, and more are looking to fine-tune their benefits programs to adapt to the changing real estate landscape, according to a new survey. Weichert Relocation Resources Inc. on Tuesday released its 2011 “Mobility and the Current Real Estate Market” survey, with results based on responses from 200 U.S.-based relocation ...

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Landlord Tenants signing longer-term leases in sign of office market’s improvement

In one sign of a strengthening office market, tenants that signed short-term leases during the recession are now committing to longer-term deals, one landlord said. “More and more tenants are willing to commit to longer-term leases as the economy continues to improve,” said Matthew Malatich, assistant director of leasing at Hilton Realty, a Princeton-based real ...

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Hampshire opens new office in Metropark

The Hampshire Cos. officially opened Centra, its new Class A office property, at 186 Wood Ave. South, in Woodbridge, last week. The Morristown-based real estate investment firm acquired the former Siemens property in 2009, and began construction in February 2010, stripping the building down to the steel, then rebuilding and expanding it by about 10,000 ...

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