Prepare for the Next Real Estate Bubble

, New York Law Journal

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Elliot M. Ogulnick and Harry C. Steinmetz of accounting, tax, and advisory firm WeiserMazars write: The most recent real estate bubble burst under the weight of a market saturated with overpriced properties and subprime mortgages. Unfortunately, this bubble likely won't be the last. When real estate values again spike to unsustainable levels, will your clients be prepared? What methods should real estate owners and investors use to establish accurate values for their properties before a bubble and what issues should they be prepared for if properties fall into bankruptcy?

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