- Power in Knowledge
Knowing an industrial project’s utility needs and the necessary infrastructure — now and into the future — will help ensure success.
- Driving Innovation
Evaluating how today's technology disruptors might impact life in the future enables investors to better frame the risks and opportunities for real estate associated with each innovation. Given the expeditious pace of technological innovation, this practice is more important now than ever. Learn how disruption in transportation, namely autonomous vehicles, will impact commercial real estate.
- Fulfilling Promise
Developers today are drawn to the modular construction's new designs coupled with improved efficiency, environmental benefits, and cost savings.
- CCIMs’ Biggest Deals of 2019
Industry-leading deal-makers discuss the keys to executing
the largest transactions of the year.
- Building Inbound Traffic
Maximize the marketing potential of social media, primarily
LinkedIn, to allow potential clients to find you.
- 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.
- Brick-and-Mortar's Pathway
To survive, brick-and-mortar shopping centers must reinvent how they appeal to consumers by creating a distinctive experience that also caters to a demographic specific to their location.
- Steady Course
The amount of investable capital, also known as dry powder, held by global private equity real estate funds reached a record high. Where will that capital be flowing in a maturing market cycle?
- 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.
- Natural Disasters, Human Response
The frequency of and costs related to natural disasters — including wildfires, hurricanes, tornados, and droughts — are increasing at an alarming rate in recent years. Housing, retail and office space, warehouse facilities — all of these contribute to a coordinated response and rebuilding effort.
- Small Cities, Big Demand
While coworking spaces in secondary and tertiary markets haven’t exploded, several factors point to these markets offering an additional growth frontier.
- 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.
- Fitting Plans for the Future
Three new FASB accounting standards with wide-ranging consequences are taking effect: revenue from contracts with customers, lease accounting, and current expected credit losses. An they may require substantial implementation efforts from corporate accounting and finance departments.
- The Retail Revolution Will Be Online
As e-commerce grows and expands into more markets, retail
can adapt if professionals know how best to position it.
- Opportunity Zones VS 1031 Exchanges
While the tax benefits of 1031 exchanges in commercial real estate are well-known to most, the new qualified opportunity zone program now offers another approach to deferring or eliminating taxable gain.