Some businesses are incredibly seasonal. Some businesses, for example, like ice cream shops or retail shops in resort areas, are widely dependent on the revenue they generate in the summer months. Securing a good lease for these months can help play a great role in the success of the small window your business may have during the year.
In the ultra-competitive luxury multifamily market, developers are doing everything they can to attract top-tier tenants. Many buildings are now including top-of-the-line amenities, many of which were practically unheard of just a few years ago.
Annually, Forbes releases its top cities for job growth and it is a comprehensive list of which locations in the United States are seeing the more growth. Not surprisingly, California continues to dominate the list as the Silicon Valley area continues to grow as technology companies continue to develop and grow even larger. For the commercial […]
There are plenty of reasons for the retail Armageddon; the proliferation of online shopping, changing shopper habits, Millennials who would rather spend on experiences than goods. All those factors are hitting brick-and-mortar retailers across the country. But rural America is taking the brunt of it.
It’s no secret that the tech sector is making huge impacts in everyone’s daily lives and even disrupting and changing the way certain industries do business. The commercial real estate (cre) industry and real estate in general is no exception to this trend.
Open offices were a big deal and are much-hyped thanks to tech companies such as Google and other startups looking for something different —a more collaborative environment. However, it seems the verdict is in and open concept offices are not being so well received these days.
The idea of flex space is to have multiple business needs and processes under one roof which can allow for a more efficient business flow but it may not be the right setup for every business.
Realtor.com recently released its 2017 National Housing Forecast which gives predictions on what the real estate market will look like in the year to come. Overall, Realtor.com is predicting that interest rates will continue to rise which is something that has already been occurring post-election and may result in pricing some first-time buyers out of entering the market.
You’ve seen the signs. In most every city in the country, a new type of fitness facility has been cropping up offering specialized services. The boutique fitness concept is a major trend, and has an impact on the CRE market.
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