- Work in Progress
Market challenges limit the supply of workforce housing, but zoning, construction, innovation, and changing preferences could provide much-needed boosts.
- Equal Partners
- Common Ground
Plenty of unknowns occur in any international commercial
real estate transaction. Differences in language, laws, and business practices
can complicate any deal that crosses global borders, so anything that provides
a common ground can make the deal go more smoothly.
- Economic Futurist
As CCIM Institute's chief economist, K.C. Conway spends a lot of time looking at the future. CCIMs need to do that too, he says, and he recently discussed several areas where real estate professionals can be better prepared for market and technological change.
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- Global Opportunities
- 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.
- Lending Outside the Box
Evan Gentry is founder and CEO of Money360, a commercial real estate marketplace lending platform. His background in banking, mortgage technology, and startups propelled its launch.
- From A to Z - When Considering E
The disruptive shift to an e-commerce-fueled economy has created seemingly endless opportunity in industrial real estate. Companies across the board have a voracious appetite for warehouse, distribution, and fulfillment space, even as supply chain alterations and logistics infrastructures play larger roles in site selection.