Despite sequester cuts causing concentrated, negative economic impacts for certain regions, many commercial real estate professionals are optimistic amid other economic indicators.
According to a recent National Real Estate Investor article, the national office vacancy rate declined to 17 percent during the first quarter as employment numbers improved.
Commercial real estate managers don’t need to wait for ordinance to take energy benchmarking initiatives
In a recent National Real Estate Investor article, Kate Brown posits the question to real estate professionals around the world: What is the responsibility of real estate owners, investors and developers to the future of our planet’s environment, given that buildings create more than 40 percent of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions?
According to a National Real Estate Investor article, commercial real estate professionals are incorporating technology into their daily functions to improve client relationships, analysis and management.
A low-supply of new industrial developments are pushing vacancy rates down and rental rates up, creating a commercial real estate environment favorable for landlords for the first time since the recession began.
As echo boomers migrate into core urban centers and abandon suburbs, Detroit’s “donut effect” is a unique problem for many commercial real estate management companies stuck with empty store fronts and retail locations within the city limits.
According to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, real estate investment trusts saw robust earnings in the first quarter as the economy slowly improves and landlords raise rents.
According to a recent National Real Estate Investor article, two of the top ten issues affecting commercial real estate companies include the impact of technology on office space and the shifting priorities on an upcoming generation called ‘Echo Boomers’.
As of May 1, 2013, appraisal districts began releasing preliminary appraisal values, pressing commercial real estate property owners into answering the question, “Do I protest the appraisal value?”
According to KQED, a compromise is being reached regarding the conflicting interests in San Francisco’s Tenants-in-Common units.