Investors Flock to Washington, D.C., Commercial Real Estate Markets 

While the rest of the country copes with job losses, an uncertain economy, and diminished corporate spending, the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area remains strong because of increased government spending. In fact, the government added nearly 50,000 office jobs in the

Welcome to Miami 

Miami's sun drenched beaches draw millions of people each year, yet the city continues to add cultural and recreational attractions to lure both tourists and new residents. Numerous new or planned destinations line the causeway between downtown and South Beach,

Denver Delivers 

Colorado's lackluster economy has not quenched investors' demand for Denver commercial real estate properties. Continued low interest rates have prompted many investors to use former stock market monies to buy retail, office, and industrial properties despite poor leasing fundamentals. Retail