- CCIMs’ Biggest Deals of 2021
In a bounce-back year for CRE, these deal-makers share keys to closing the largest transactions of last year.
- A Positive Prognosis
A father-and-son partnership found success using Site To Do Business to meet growing demand for medical office space in South Carolina.
- When Technology and Marketing Packages Intersect
Technology can upgrade how you market properties across digital platforms.
- Appraising Change
Climate change, shifting criteria, and growing complexity in assets are facilitating an evolution in commercial real estate valuation.
- Building Pressure
Commercial real estate can be an effective hedge against inflation, which is a pressing concern amid current economic conditions.
- How Retail Responds
As retailers find their footing in 2022, opportunities abound in a sector that faced plenty of challenges during the pandemic.
- From Fairways to Forklifts
Considering the growing demand for industrial real estate, golf courses are popular targets for conversion to warehouse and distribution centers.
- Proptech's Golden Age
By leveraging proptech to meet the challenges of COVID-19, commercial real estate hopes to ready itself for the future.
- The Ins and Outs of Receiverships
Receiverships offer promising avenues for commercial real estate professionals to assist lenders with distressed assets.
- Redefining Location
The driverless vehicle and rise of remote work are two potential catalysts for significant changes to the valuation process.
- The How and Where of Climate Risk
Location intelligence from Esri can prepare the commercial real estate industry for approaching environmental changes.
- A Healthy Sector
As one may suspect during a global pandemic that is entering its third year, biotech and life sciences are two topics that have drawn a bit of interest. For their performance in terms of commercial real estate, it’s a case of a solid market getting stronger.
- Improving Loan Packages
A lot of detail goes into an ideal loan
package, but securing favorable terms can pay off for decades.
- Room for Growth
Ermengarde Jabir, Ph.D., with Moody’s Analytics, discusses how the hospitality sector is on the mend after a prolonged period of stead uncertainty.
- Emphasizing the ‘E’ in ESG
Sustainability and green building practices
are becoming top priorities for developers, tenants, and investors.
- Market Trends
Coworking Space Rebounds After COVID-19 Crater | Fed Reports Farmland Values Holding Strong | Retail REIT Bets Big on Open-Air Shopping Centers | Hotel Deal Volume Rebounds in 2021, Exceeds 2019 Total | Multifamily Looks Strong for Foreseeable Future | Los Angeles River Looks for Rebirth via Development | Industrial Tops Wish List for Investment | Data Centers Buy Big in Clean Energy
- Working Smarter, Not Harder
The available data from smart buildings eases demands on asset management because information is power.
- Worldview: Thailand
Thailand, the world’s 24th largest economy by
gross domestic product, had an expectedly turbulent 2021.
- CCIM Deal Makers
Check out the biggest CCIM deals and deal makers in retail, office, multifamily, financing, hospitality, industrial, and land.
- Tech Ahead
In commercial real estate, the proliferation of methods of aggregating and analyzing data has revolutionized construction, property development, asset operation, and energy efficiency.
- Increasing Interest
The multifamily sector continues to
strengthen, with demand returning to gateway cities as newly popular
destinations continue to attract renters.
- Hearing From More Voices
Nancy Glick, by founding the Commercial Real Estate Supplier Diversity Alliance (CRESDA), hopes to open doors to minority- and women-owned firms.
- Mission Accomplished
CCIM Institute recently welcomed 166
new designees who passed their comprehensive exam at CCIM Institute’s Midyear
- The Superstar of the Future?
Medical office is a promising specialty
sector that boasts strong demographically driven demand and stable tenant
- Optimism in the Lone Star State
Russell Webb, CCIM, discussed the booming ranch and farmland
real estate markets in Texas, where the pandemic has upped demand.