You can’t do away with uncertainty, but helping commercial real estate investors manage today’s top unknowns can make deals happen.
Real estate is a people business, right? Using the 2010 census data, let’s look at a snapshot of real estate users today and in the near future.
Are prices too high? Are there still opportunities to invest? Experts weigh in.
Even as vacancies drop, higher energy costs and shifting logistics models may be changing the dynamics of industrial storage.
Sale-leaseback transactions are a proven way for companies to tap capital and investors to secure stable returns--both highly desirable in this volatile environment.
In real estate, warm weather means just one thing--leasing season. Multifamily marketing expert Lisa Trosien, CEO of ApartmentExpert.com in Chicago, shares tips for energizing any property.
Kipp Gstettenbauer and Greg Gunn share their advice for leasing commercial property.
Readers share their ideas for generating income.
Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2011, an annual investor survey conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Urban Land Institute, offers these investors tips.
High vacancies and lower cash flows are putting the squeeze on marketing dollars. Beau Beery shares his winning strategies.