Social media's ROI is hard to measure, but when done right it will enhance your image and build personal brand awareness.
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Here are the skills you need to succeed in property management.
One expert divulges the new realities of commercial mortgages.
Industry experts share their thoughts on the best opportunities for growth in commercial real estate.
Inflation isn’t always a bad thing, especially as it relates to real estate.
These creative ideas (backed up by real case studies) can help you deal with the problem of too much empty space.
Real estate practitioners often approach negotiations as contests they’re determined to win, but it’s more effective to have a collaborative mindset.
Commercial real estate will come back. But in the meantime, you still have to make a living. What does it take to get business today?
Office building owners and tenants are looking for ways to spend less of their precious capital on expensive buildouts that just get thrown into a landfill when the lease expires.
Not everyone has the eye or the interest to sell or develop adaptive reuse, but if you’re passionate about it, it’s a labor of love.
International buyers are bullish on U.S. commercial real estate. Here's the scoop on potential investors from around the world.
Shanghai-based Chris Cuff explains the challenges and opportunities of work in the real estate industry overseas.
Look for these milestones in your local unemployment landscape for an idea of when vacancies might decrease.
As short-term commercial property loans come up for refinancing, experts predict that auction activity will grow.
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.
The lack of liquidity in the real estate industry is putting a new spin on many legal provisions brokers and managers once considered standard.
Current and future land use and environmental decisions could be shaped by financial challenges.
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.
As green commercial buildings proliferate, it's critical to spell out in the lease the landlord's and tenant's responsibilities for making and keeping a building green.
The fact that this downturn is so closely related to housing may make for continued volatility in residential rentals.
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.
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.