We believe the U.S. commercial real estate recovery has room to run. Richard explains why with the help of this week's chart. The U.S. commercial real estate recovery is in its eighth year, but we believe it still has room to run amid reflation, competitive rental yields and potential for operating income growth. This week's chart helps explain why
Forbes looks at the state of the industrial real estate market. The U.S. housing market may be over-heating, according to the Wall Street Journal. These are among today's must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Homebuilding saw a pickup near the end of 2017 and is even expected to fuel the housing market in 2018 as it rises to a post-recession high. But which metros came out on top as having the most homebuilding activity in 2017? Trulia conducted a new study to find...
My father, a seasoned commercial real estate broker, always told me that real estate is about "location, location, location." While working in his office as teenager, I can remember hearing brokers arguing loudly about which neighborhoods were up and coming, what the residents were like, and where the most money could be made.