- Hitting Their Stride: Women in Commercial Real Estate
"When I started in 1970, women just weren't hired in commercial brokerage, except in clerical and accounting," said Letty Bierschenk, CCIM. She became the exception. "It was a matter of pioneering, and every step was a struggle. I stuck to
- The Shape of Space to Come
Alternative office arrangements such as telecommuting and open space plans are one result of the technological changes that are reshaping real estate employment patterns. These options are changing not only the way the workplace looks, but the way it functions,
- Where Jobs Are Headed
After hitting the shoals in the early 1990s, real estate employment is charting a new course through deeper but still uncertain waters. While a stronger economy has bolstered the job market as a whole, some employment trends of the early
- What's in Store for Retail?
Over the past decade, the retail real estate market has gone from boom to bust to bloom. The "malling of America" and the recession bruised an already overbuilt market, but now the retail sector is budding with regrowth. And while