Ripped or torn carpeting, gaping holes in the walls, doors hanging off the hinges — when a tenant moves out, some damage goes above and beyond the usual. But as most landlords know, these things are rarely straightforward.
With careful planning, commercial real estate professionals can make sure investors, tenants, and properties are prepared to weather the worst.
As the use of mobile devices and cloud computing intensifies, more companies are demanding well-managed spaces to house servers and other information technology hardware.
When you signed up to be a landlord, chances are you didn’t know you’d be taking on the role of psychiatrist as well.
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.