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Grinding to a Halt? 

In this 2020 legislative update from CCIM Institute's public policy team, they answer the question, "Can congressional leaders pass meaningful legislation amid impeachment and election tension?"

A Future for Infrastructure 

With potential bipartisan support for infrastructure, could 2021 be the year for a breakthrough in Washington, D.C.?

Legislative Agenda Brings Opportunity 

Last year brought several favorable legislative changes for commercial real estate that will carry into 2019, yet there is still cause for concern.

Grinding to a Halt? 

In this 2020 legislative update from CCIM Institute's public policy team, they answer the question, "Can congressional leaders pass meaningful legislation amid impeachment and election tension?"

In the Works in Washington 

With an infrastructure bill finally signed into law, what does 2022 bring for commercial real estate-related legislation?

Preparing for the Storm 

Last year, the United States incurred $91 billion in costs from weather- and climate-related disasters, making it the fourth most expensive year since 1980, with the top three years all occurring in the past decade. Government action on infrastructure development and energy efficiency can help the industry prepare for an uncertain future. 

Main Street Win 

The recent court decision of South Dakota v. Wayfair is a win for commercial real estate, brick-and-mortar businesses, and state and local governments alike, bringing similar taxes to online and brick-and-mortar transactions.