By James Whitmore, James Whitmore21 May 1999
Homestead Village, an operator of extended-stay lodging facilities in which Security Capital has a 70% stake, warned last week that it expects to take $65m (£40m) of write-offs in the second quarter because it is unable to raise capital to fund its development programme. As a result, Homestead ...
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