If your client can't find an acceptable replacement property in time or just wants an exit strategy from real estate, the structured installment sale could be an excellent alternative.
Current and future land use and environmental decisions could be shaped by financial challenges.
The lack of liquidity in the real estate industry is putting a new spin on many legal provisions brokers and managers once considered standard.
Though TICs have been declining, there will always be a need for securitized real estate as a way for investors to participate in the ownership of larger, institutional-quality buildings.
Smaller retail properties present a great opportunity for commercial investors just starting out.
Virtual computing isn't yet mainstream, but if you're ready to save time and make your work day more flexible, maybe it's time to reach for the clouds.
In these days of fewer deals and lower selling prices, where can you look for business? These case studies can show you the way.
If you currently own investment property or are thinking about buying your first real estate investment, here are two significant elements you need to understand.
In this renter's market, even smaller tenants are in a position to ask for—and get—some of the best leasing deals seen for two decades.
Don't miss these three opportunities for a break come tax time.