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JWL 2020 Program Schedule 


Legacy Buildings: Raze, Rehab, or Repurpose? 
Strong demand for space in the industrial market is helping mask growing challenges emerging with functional obsolescence of older buildings.  Although a clear pricing differential exists across newer Class A industrial versus older B
Regional Outlook 

{Southeast} Atlanta’s Big Deal Columbia Property Trust has sold One and Three Glenlake — two Class A office towers in Atlanta’s Central Perimeter — to Starwood Property Trust for $227.5 million. The 706,000-sf campus was renovated in 2016 and fully occupied. Tenants include the headquarters

Legacy Buildings: Raze, Rehab, or Repurpose? 
Strong demand for space in the industrial market is helping mask growing challenges emerging with functional obsolescence of older buildings.  Although a clear pricing differential exists across newer Class A industrial versus older B
Understanding Quantitative Analysis 

When it comes to analyzing lease proposals for office space, an effective, comprehensive lease analysis is required to know what makes for a better deal.

Innovation with an Eye on Capital 

Capital appetite for disruptive technology is reshaping every commercial market, from industrial to retail. Whatever the next big thing in technology will be, it always promises to change life in the blink of an eye. But rarely do such transformations happen instantaneously. Flying cars might be the stuf

Plan the Work, Work the Plan 

When it’s a business owner’s time to step away, proper succession planning is key in the next generation’s continued success.

Building Inbound Traffic 

Maximize the marketing potential of social media, primarily LinkedIn, to allow potential clients to find you.

CCIMs’ Biggest Deals of 2019 

Industry-leading deal-makers discuss the keys to executing the largest transactions of the year.

Deal Makers 

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

Knowing the Lease 

Understanding who is paying for what can help improve communication between real estate pros and clients.

Regional Outlook 

{West} Denver's $72M big deal | New construction boosts Baltimore industrial market | Northern Virginia, Houston lead data center leasing | Sunny forecast for retail in Seattle | Self-storage acquisitions strong in Motor City

Stock Up for Lean Times 

The self-storage industry is benefiting from continued economic growth, but storm clouds could be on the horizon.

Legacy Buildings: Raze, Rehab, or Repurpose? 
Strong demand for space in the industrial market is helping mask growing challenges emerging with functional obsolescence of older buildings.  Although a clear pricing differential exists across newer Class A industrial versus older B
FHA to the Rescue 

While typical FHA loans range between the tens of thousands and hundreds of thousands, many FHA borrowers are also using these programs to finance projects over $100 million.

Think Outside the ROI Box 
Think Outside the ROI Boxby Maurice Williams, CCIM U.S. investors currently hold trillions of dollars in  unrealized capital gains  in stocks and mutual funds alone —  a significant untapped resource for economic  development. Opportunity zone
Mitigating Risk 

With any construction project, there are ways to reduce risks. While full-scale litigation is not inevitable, some of the most expensive cases have started with a small problem that escalated due to mismanagement.

Market Trends 

Shifts in the seniors market | Hot spots for coworking | Smaller retail markets catch investors’ eye | Financing for green multifamily grows | Canada leads inbound multifamily investment | Planning medical offices with consumers in mind

Mixing It Up: Considerations for a Retail-Residential Development 

Looking at one hypothetical project can highlight the opportunities and challenges associated with mixed-use developments. Mixed-use developments, by definition, include competing and often mutually exclusive interests. A developer wants to attract customers to the corner bistro, but those in the rental prop

Regional Outlook 

{Southwest}  Austin’s Big Deal Nelson Partners Student Housing purchased Skyloft, a new student housing property in Austin, Texas, for $100 million. Built in 2018, the 18-story, 674-bed property is a block from the University of Texas and is 100 percent occupied. Features include a rooftop pool,

South Florida Retail 
South Florida Retailby Ryan Kratz Over the last decade, South Florida’s retail market has evolved into a world class retail destination. The transformation was fueled by the region’s influx of visitors from around the world
Secondary Markets Are Becoming First-Choice Investments 

Recently, investors have placed more bets in secondary markets and, perhaps more surprisingly, in suburban properties in those markets.

Trends in Office Volume & Pricing 

Changes in Store 

The key to success for real estate professionals will be understanding changing elements tied to physical stores, from lease terms to sales metrics to build-out options. It will also require the ability to understand technology and, most importantly, the changing preferences of American shoppers.

Slowing Ahead 

Development and leasing activity have slowed thanks to stock market volatility, rising interest rates, the waning effects of tax cuts, rising wages, a labor supply shortage, cooling job growth, softening housing markets, an inverted yield curve, and fatigue after a nearly record-setting period of economic expansion.