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.
One of Dayton’s largest companies, continues to expand its national footprint.
Doug Rebert, who helped build and run one of the nation’s biggest real estate companies, has decided to take his career in new directions.
Construction cranes dot the skyline. The stock market is on a tear. And the economy is on more solid footing after the long slog from the last recession.
As Dillard’s Inc. struggles through its eighth consecutive quarter of same-store sales decreases, an activist investor hopes to use the retailer’s real estate to boost its stock price.
Commercial Mortgages: High real estate prices in larger markets spurring multifamily activity in Richmond
The caution flags are out and deal activity is down, but the threats to commercial real estate are hard to enumerate, according to a panel of experts who fielded questions at a commercial real estate investors conference last week.