REDC

AcronymDefinition
REDCRadiochemical Engineering Development Center (ORNL)
REDCRegional Economic Development Center
REDCRenaissance Economic Development Corporation (New York, NY)
REDCRegional Economic Development Commission
REDCRemote Equipment Decontamination Cell
REDCReal Estate Disposition Corporation (est. 1990; Irvine, CA)
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REDC will select one competitor to be submitted for consideration for the national InnovaterHER Final Challenge.
REDC had listed the project s total cost at $240 million.
Signs in front of the stage reminded bidders REDC adds a 10% buyer's premium it charges.
The glut of foreclosures is spurring banks and mortgage servicers to explore new ways of unloading foreclosed properties, according to Jeffrey Friedan, CEO of REDC, which auctions foreclosed properties for a 5 percent commission on the final sales price.
It serves as an endorsement by the REDC of best practices and was hailed by local elected officials and business community leaders as a recognition that the NYU-Poly initiative serves as paragon of economic development.
The Cabinet report makes bleak reading for anyone who thinks the REDC building should be saved.
SAN DIEGO -- New Vista Asset Management, a San Diego-based REO asset management firm, has acquired the REO asset management business unit of REDC Default Solutions, LLC (REDC).
The training facility was designated a Western New York REDC priority project and awarded $500,000 in Round 2 of Regional Council initiative.
Through avenues such as lobbying and public education campaigns, the EDC and REDC tirelessly strived to provide the protection that those suffering with mental health conditions or addiction deserve.
Established in 1990 as REDC, the company pioneered the model for modern real estate auctions and transformed into the comprehensive real estate services company.