- What Lies Ahead
Accomplished CCIM instructor Alec Pacella, CCIM, joined the new Commercial Investment Real Estate podcast to discuss disruptive technology, where the market is headed, and the importance of giving back.
- Slow and Steady with Reis
Leveraging the company's data, Moody's Analytics Reis Chief Economist Victor Calanog, Phd, CRE shares how the office sector keeps growing, albeit modestly, which could be encouraging amid demographic and technological changes.
- Market Trends
Multifamily Holds Steady Amid Fears of Slowdown | Offices Near Transportation Hubs Draw Interest | Experts Think Industrial Is (Barely) Overpriced | Community Areas Gaining Space in Hotels | Hemp Market to Boom in Next 5 Years | New Jersey Tops List of Self-Storage Markets | Developments Aim to Mix City, Suburban | Mass Retailers in Store for Big Growth?
- Loan Relief and Commercial Real Estate’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
What can lenders do to survive the next two, six, or 12 months? CCIM Institute spoke with two executives from national lending firms to understand how landlords — and to a lesser degree, tenants — can best prepare for possibly negotiating rent or mortgage relief.
- The Coronavirus and CRE with CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway
In this adapted excerpt of a special episode of the Commercial Investment Real Estate podcast series, CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway discusses the pandemic, how CRE practitioners can weather the storm, and how to future-proof new investments.