Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate Spotlight: Olentangy River Road

Commercial Real Estate Spotlight: Olentangy River Road Hotels lead revival along the river road corridor. When a partnership led by Robert Weiler Co. bought the University City Center retail property in May 2000, it and the rest of the Olentangy River Road corridor between Ackerman Road and the OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital already had declined a bit. […]

Commercial real estate: 4 ways to avoid moving

Commercial real estate: 4 ways to avoid moving Today, I've got some advice for companies that have outgrown their current location but don't want to move. The reasons for not moving that I hear frequently are - moving is too expensive, I own the location, I have time to run on my lease, my rent is below market, I don't want to take on additional fixed overhead in case business should decline, etc. […]

7 Trends Driving Commercial Real Estate in 2017

7 Trends Driving Commercial Real Estate in 2017 Overall, 2016 was another strong year for U.S. commercial real estate markets despite some forecasts claiming the bubble would burst, and we have reason for continued optimism in 2017. Still, with the impact of the recent elections on commercial real estate markets, the industry is anticipating possible changes in regulations and tax structures that could lead to some new uncertainty and volatility this year while opening new growth opportunities. […]

Real estate mogul: Increase your home’s value by investing in this overlooked space (VIDEO)

Real estate mogul Sidney Torres

Real estate mogul: Increase your home's value by investing in this overlooked space (VIDEO) Sidney Torres knows a thing or two about developing properties. After successfully flipping his first home on a salary of just $40,000 a year, Torres used the profit to buy a property next door and never looked back. Today, Torres has developed over $250 million in commercial and residential real estate. […]

Real estate tech execs gain more traction in this year’s Swanepoel Power 200

"The big news is that Gary Keller is number one, and a big reason is that Keller Williams is now the largest real estate brand by sales volume, not just agent size. That's a big move," said Aman Daro Vice President, Marketing of T3 Sixty. "There was lots of other movement, including leaders of innovative tech-centric companies like Glenn...

Brazil Commercial Real Estate Continues Downward Trend

Brazil Commercial Real Estate Continues Downward Trend According to the latest FipeZAP Commercial Index, Brazil's commercial real estate prices, in both sales and rental sectors, continued its downward trajectory in April 2017. In the commercial real estate sales sector, Rio de Janeiro held on to its position as the city with the most expensive commercial real estate in Brazil: R$11,111 per square meter. […]

NAHB elects new leadership team for 2018

The National Association of Home Builders announced it elected four senior officials to take over top leadership positions. The new leaders were announced Thursday at NAHB’s International Builders’ show in Orlando, Florida.

Is Commercial Real Estate Prepared for a Cyberattack?

Is Commercial Real Estate Prepared for a Cyberattack? Many people don't think of commercial real estate when they think about cyberattacks. But they should. A cyberattack can come from almost anywhere, including internet-based building management systems, third-party vendors, SaaS applications and employee's use of personal devices to access company applications and data. Cyberattacks can result in significant economic and reputational losses and exposure to legal liability. […]

Hot US real estate a potential red flag: Fed’s Rosengren

Hot US real estate a potential red flag: Fed's Rosengren The run-up in U.S. real estate prices could potentially amplify any future economic downturn, a Federal Reserve official said on Tuesday, urging regulators globally to consider tools beyond interest rates that could help cool the sector. […]

Commercial Real Estate Alive And Well

Commercial Real Estate Alive And Well REITs (e.g., VNQ) have underperformed the broad market (S&P 500) by over 20% since early July of last year, thanks at least in part to concerns that e-commerce (e.g., Amazon) has rendered shopping malls obsolete. To illustrate this point, one REIT, SPG (Simon Property Group, the largest shopping mall and retail center owner in the country), has underperformed the broad market by over 40% since the end of last July. The graph above illustrates the divergences: […]