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Broker: One Wells Fargo Center could go back on market by next year (access required)

One Wells Fargo Center, which was taken off the market after a deal to purchase it collapsed in July, could be up for sale again as soon as January, according to Hal Kempson, director of capital markets for CBRE. "Childress Klein will decide upon the first of next year (when) they'll do it," Kempson said Tuesday. "One Wells Fargo is going to go back up for sale."

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Bank slip (access required)

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In the second quarter, Bank of America and Wells Fargo abandoned a combined 197,820 square feet of uptown office space, according to Karnes Research. The good news for tenants is that, according to industry officials, rents haven’t been impacted by the BofA and Wells Fargo vacancies.

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Unsettled: Who’s upset by the $25B 
foreclosure deal and why (access required)

When the nation’s largest banks, including Bank of America and Wells Fargo, reached a $25 billion settlement with state attorneys general from 49 states this month, some saw it as a way to address the foreclosure crisis. But some say the most remarkable thing about the settlement might be the parts of the foreclosure crisis it ignored.

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Appraisers hope for the end of bank-owned AMCs (access required)

In 2009, about two years after the real estate market started its collapse, a new federal law took effect. The federal Home Valuation Code of Conduct was created to reduce conflicts of interest in the process of appraising homes. Real estate agents and brokers were no longer allowed to order appraisals. Lenders were now in control of doing that, and demand for appraisal-management companies shot up.

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