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What the Sharing Economy Means for CRE in 2018

Posted by Anna Jotham on January 19, 2018 in No Category
In 2018, the sharing economy is likely to have a continuing impact on the commercial real estate (CRE) industry, according to industry analysts. For those with limited knowledge of the concept, the so-called sharing economy allows individuals to share their resources either at no cost, or for a fee, and is often anchored by tech solutions. For the CRE, the sharing economy has led to shifts on numerous industry fronts, and investors and developers will likely want to be mindful of these economic changes.  ... read more
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Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Outlook for 2018

Posted by Anna Jotham on December 28, 2017 in No Category
Forecasters predict modest growth for the commercial real estate (CRE) industry throughout 2018, and analysts have pinpointed several CRE trends to watch, to empower investor decisions in the coming year.  2018/2019 CRE Forecast: Transaction Volume Higher than Average The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Consensus Forecast projects that commercial real estate will experience transaction volume totaling $450 billion in 2018, and $430 billion in 2019—numbers that are higher than average. The survey ... read more
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There are many reasons you might want to estimate the value of the commercial real estate you own. Maybe you’re conducting an investment analysis, looking for real estate financing, obtaining property insurance or preparing to sell the commercial property. Or maybe you just want to consider your next steps with the property—whether to hold on to it, buy it or sell it. Whatever the reason, a number of considerations factor into your building valuations. And although it may seem as easy as pulling out you... read more
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When you’re ready to move on from your current rented commercial real estate, you may be considering subletting the space to soften a financial hit or so that you don’t violate terms of your lease. Whether you’re reducing overhead, scaling back to adjust to changing economic conditions, closing up shop or shifting your business model, there’s a lot to think about. On top of that, when you sublet a commercial space, there are a number of factors to take into consideration. To help you navigat... read more
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In-person shopping continues to be an attractive option for shoppers, in spite of the popularity of online shopping. That’s according to the Omnichannel Retail and Commercial Real Estate Survey of 2016, which found that tech-savvy Millennials continue to enjoy, and crave the brick and mortar shopping experience. The study was detailed at www.cbcworldwide.com,  “Millennials Still Want to Shop In-Store—Brick and Mortar, Take Notice.”  Survey findings support industry need for in... read more
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