In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at the HIG bayside capital who hired managing director to oversee distressed Commercial Real Estate, how Austin’s GDP growth is strong but slowing, how Nevada county’s Commercial lags behind economic recovery, and more.
In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at the opportunities in US Commercial Real Estate debt investing, we’ll assess the damage from this Hurricane season, the debt haunting retailers, and more.
In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at an update on CapitaLand Commercial plan to purchase a Singapore office tower, whether Forest City can attrac tbidders in a potential sale, and more.
In Wednesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at whether the commercial real estate market is cooling down in California’s Central Valley, what “The Tech Effect” is on commercial real estate, whether Singapore is the answer to keeping foreign buyers invested in US assets, and more.
In Tuesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at MK2 Real Estate selecting Yardi for commercial property management, how the commercial real estate outlook remains strong, affordable housing developers face new challenges due to less funding, and much more.
In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at how a Dayton industrial company opens four new locations, the Homesale Realty co-founder Rebert steps down and starts his own real estate investment company, South Carolina commercial real estate market is humming in economic boom, and much more.
Happy Friday! In today’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at how Xceligent HAR and CommGate assist commercial tenants displaced by hurricane Harvey, how industrial REITs experience unprecedented success, do designations matter when choosing a commercial real estate broker, and more.
There are never enough hours in the day, we get it. We have so much on our plate, it’s almost impossible to accomplish it all in the limited 8-hour work day. Despite all of our to-do lists and the time we’ve allocated to get some stuff done, it always seems like we’re crunched for time.
In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at how RealtyShares raised $28 million for commercial real estate investing, what is the value of North Shore commercial real estate, how fears of Whole Foods disruption can be seen as a real estate opportunity, and more.
Commercial real estate can be a lucrative investment, but it can be hard to come up with the money to buy a stake in the first place.
When Gary C. Angiuli sought to convert an old warehouse that formerly housed his family’s car dealership, he didn’t want to put “just anything” in the space.
The narrative about the death of brick-and-mortar retailers is likely overdone, MetLife Investment Management said in a report released Thursday.
Here are the 10 U.S. markets that experienced the highest growth in office rents for class-A buildings year-over-year.
Amid the avalanche of headlines warning of the growing affordability crisis, there’s a corner of the real estate industry where the problem is seen as overstated, or at least misunderstood.
In today’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at how the outlook remains bright for commercial real estate despite a price plateau, how the NAR sees commercial real estate price growth weakening, a deal to acquire For Rent to add millions of renters to CoStar’s apartments.com network, US cities are reporting the least optimism about their finances since 2012, and much more.
Commercial real estate price growth in large markets is expected to flatten over the next year.
The next 12 months should see a flattening in commercial real estate price growth.
CoStar Adding Scale in Online Apt. Rental Space, 110 Million US Renters Spend Nearly Half a Trillion Dollars on Rent Per Year in Fast-Growing Consumer Market Segment.
The share of cities reporting that they’re more able to meet their financial obligations than they were a year ago slipped to 69 percent, the least since 2012.
NREI presents the seven most active data center markets in the U.S. during the first half of 2017, based on absorption of megawatt capacity.
While developers have been touting the revitalization of Philadelphia’s commercial real estate market in recent years, an alternate trend has emerged.
A slew of data suggests that price growth and deal volume has slowed in the upper end of the commercial real estate market in places like Manhattan and Washington, D.C.