Community Colleges Benefiting From The Depressed Real Estate Market

Community Colleges Benefiting From The Depressed Real Estate Market

Community Colleges are taking advantage of the real estate market and buying vacant properties instead of building new ones.

Naresh Kumar
  • 5 march 2010

The current real estate market crisis has left a glut of vacant properties across the United States. Taking advantage of this situation, community colleges aiming to expand have started looking favorably at such properties. Instead of constructing new buildings, they plan to acquire and simply renovate these facilities and save substantial money.

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