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Gas Stations Fuel Investment 

The 1950s gas service station is long gone, but the sector’s outlook is bright thanks in part to diversified revenue streams.

CCIM Candidate Spotlight: Meetu Bhatnagar 

CCIM Candidate Meetu Bhatnagar spoke with Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine to discuss her journey toward earning the CCIM designation.

Waste Not, Want Not 

Globechain Founder May Al-Karooni shares how in just five short years, her company has become a fast-growing marketplace that connects businesses, charities, and people that want to reuse unwanted items, the majority of which are typically disposed of or recycled by businesses. 

COVID-19 and the Retail Debacle 
Moody's Analytics Reis Chief Economist Victor Calanog, Phd, CRE, discusses how the global public health and economic crises have exacerbated pressures on retailers.
The Lease You Can Do 

Understanding the different perspectives of tenants and landlords is key to the lease modification process.

Streamlining Adoption for CRE Tech 

Properly introducing new CRE technology to your organization can improve buy-in, remove obstacles to implementation, and, ultimately, benefit the bottom line. 

Worldview: United Kingdom 
Like so many global markets, the United Kingdom’s commercial real estate market is feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, with $17.9 billion in CRE investment for the first half of 2020,
The People in Your Neighborhood 
The growth of community banks has lagged since the Great Recession. What impact do local lenders have on commercial real estate?
Look Up and Forward 

CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway encourages pragmatic, incremental steps to weathering the COVID-19 pandemic.

Continuing to Serve 

Jackson Berry, CCIM, has built momentum as a commercial real estate professional after a successful career and veteran in the U.S. Air Force.

Fall Into New Habits 
There’s so much change afoot these days, the least of which is the change of season. CCIM Institute can help you fall into new habits to ensure you safely navigate the current investment landscape and find new opportunities.
Down But Not Out 

WeWork’s stumble may slow short-term growth in coworking, but many see sustainable demand ahead for flexible office space. WeWork’s very public financial woes have created some bigger ripple effects across the coworking/flexible office space sector. 

CCIM Deal Makers 

Check out the biggest CCIM deals and deal makers in retail, office, multifamily, financing, hospitality, industrial, and land.

Making the Move to Virtual Inspections 

Cost and time savings for off-site inspections are still dependent on the human element, even as interest grows during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Creating Valuations Amid Uncertainty 
In today’s climate, estimating an asset’s current and future worth is tricky but far from impossible.
Market Trends in Commercial Real Estate 

Medical Office Looks for Reopening Rebound | USDA Sees Little Movement on Land Values | Nearly 5 of 6 NYC Restaurants Unable to Pay Full Rent in July | Hotels Forecasted to Lose $75B in Revenue | School Year Starts with Plenty of Vacant Student Housing | Chicago Eyes Mixed-Use Projects to Boost Struggling Communities | Warehouse in Demand in Markets Large and Small | Data Centers Attract Interest Despite Overall Instability

The Impact of Tenant Departures 

In this issue's Investment Analysis, while the office sector remains relatively steady after the Great Recession, single-tenant exposure in CMBS 2.0/3.0 can present challenges.

Building Progress 

Moody's Analytics Reis Chief Economist Victor Calanog, Phd, CRE, outlines how construction in many sectors will fail to meet expectations for 2020.

Multifamily Investors Push Pause 

Capital moves to the sidelines to reevaluate strategies and wait to see if pricing will undergo a reset.

Understanding Joint Ventures and Funds 
Recognizing the differences in the two investment structures can help investors and legal practitioners understand a counterparty’s perspective.
Changing Climate, Changing Laws 

Legislation is responding to new wildfire risk requirements faced in commercial real estate development.

A Whole New World 

The spring issue of CIRE is an ideal example of how CCIM Institute prepares commercial real estate professionals for challenges presented by the global pandemic, with resources for tenants, landlords, and lenders.

10 Biases in Retail Investment 

 

Recognize cognitive tendencies, also known as biases, that will affect decision-making when pursuing a retail tenant.

 

CCIM Candidate Spotlight: Rosanna Souza 
CCIM Candidate Rosanna Souza speaks with Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine about her experience building a CRE career in the ultra-competitive Bay Area market.
This Is the Altered Normal 

Esri’s data on consumer behavior, demographics, and employment can help real estate adapt in the COVID-19 world.