As retail activity shifts increasingly to the online world, experts identify some real estate investment trusts that stand to benefit. But others may have a bumpy road ahead.
Be prepared to roll up your sleeves, study, specialize, and work for little or no pay before you earn that first commission.
Property managers and real estate professionals now have easy access to vital information about prospective tenants. Learn how this can help your business and what to watch out for.
As more states consider legalizing some form of pot, landlords and property managers need to know how to address its use in their buildings.
Learn how co-living offers the chance to make micro apartments more attractive to urban renters.
Learn how those in commercial real estate are stepping up to help ailing town centers.
The traditional hospitality industry can compete against short-term rental sites, but they need to assertively stress their own strengths.
It’s easier to keep a marriage together than it is to maintain an equal union in commercial development. Here’s why you’re better off on your own.
Every landlord knows that rent increases are a fact of life, but getting them right is another story.
Brick-and-mortar stores can still thrive by focusing on experience and adjusting their real estate strategy.
Thinking about getting started in real estate investment? As an industry insider, you may have a leg up on the rest, but there are still a few important steps to take before putting your hard earned cash on the line.
Analysts say that while real estate investment trusts may suffer in the short term due to the Fed’s plans to raise interest rates, the decline may offer an attractive buying opportunity.
Twitter isn’t just for residential agents anymore, and LinkedIn isn’t for posting your resume. Learn how to build a presence in the growing ecosystem of online deal making in commercial real estate.
Tight supply and investor appetite for premium NNN assets compress cap rates to historic lows.
Learn what’s driving technology, media, and other information-related firms to look at repurposed industrial buildings for their workforce.
You may think because you’re in the industry you don’t need help taking care of your rental investments. Think again.
Why learning to work across generations is key to effective commercial development.
When you’re a ten-minute drive from your rental, it’s no trouble to stop in to fix a leaky faucet. But what happens when your property’s out of town — or even out of state?
The legalization of pot in many states has led cannabis entrepreneurs to seek out commercial practitioners for help in securing property.
When buildings outlast their initial utility, savvy practitioners can help give these structures a new, viable role in their communities.
Rental markets are exploding in the wake of the housing crisis. Here’s how to tell if the expansion has overheated.
In just one year, online financing has become an important feature of the commercial real estate scene.
While there’s tremendous success to be had in the world of investment properties, the unsightly truth is that one bad tenant can cause a monumental setback.
Transit-oriented developments are reflecting the preferences of today’s younger professionals. Learn what leading-edge developers are thinking.
Property management companies make it easy for professional landlords and investors alike to own and manage rental properties. But it’s important to choose the right one.