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1. iPad Becomes Essential Tool for Brokers -

Commercial real estate brokers and their clients are warming up to the trend of using the iPad as an everyday tool for conducting business.

Since its debut this past March, the iPad 2 – Apple Inc.’s ubiquitous tablet computer – is quickly gaining a foothold as a standard tool for many in the industry.

2. Lender Buys Willow Lake for $26M -

Willow Lake Business Park and Corporate Park in Hickory Hill sold back to the lender for $26 million Friday, Oct. 14, on the Shelby County Courthouse steps following a foreclosure.

A single-purpose entity named 198-6 Memphis Industrial Portfolio Holdings LLC, which is related to U.S. Bank NA, bought the property from substitute trustee R. Spencer Clift III of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC.

3. Foreclosure Notice Rerun for Willow Lake Park -

The planned foreclosure sale of the 17-building, mixed-use Willow Lake Business Park and Corporate Park in Hickory Hill has a new date: July 8, according to a first-run foreclosure notice in today’s Memphis Daily News and online at www.memphisdailynews.com.

4. Business Park Slated for Auction Block -

In the past five years, real estate foreclosures have run the gamut from hospitality to retail to multifamily to high-end residential to industrial.

As the commercial market in particular continues to be plagued with record-high vacancies and downward pressure on rental rates, investors are feeling the brunt of the crisis.