06/24Amenities vs. Services: Property Managers and De-escalating the Ame...
Today’s apartment property managers would do well to focus on offering residents i...
06/24Which Office Markets Will Have the Longest Runway in the Current Re...
A new report from Cushman & Wakefield looks at which metros might outperform e...
06/24Eldorado Agrees to Buy Caesars for $8.6 Billion
The deal is backed by activist billionaire Carl Icahn.
06/2410 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (June 24, 2019)
Restaurants push back against fees charged by delivery companies, reports the Wall...
06/24Exploring the Independent Broker Dealer Space
A conversation with Andrew Daniels, Managing Principal of Business Development of ...
06/22The Weekender Podcast, Episode 3
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06/22The Weekender Podcast, Episode 4
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06/21Private Equity Retail ‘Abuses’ Spur Senator to Plan Legislation
More calls are sounding to hold private equity firms responsible for the decimatio...
06/21U.S. Existing Home Sales Top Estimates as All Four Regions Gain
Sales of existing homes reached a three-month high in May.
06/21Altice to Keep Its Offices in NYC Tower Once Slated for Amazon
The cable provider will stay in its offices at One Court Square in Long Island City.
06/2110 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (June 21, 2019)
Amazon launched a college storefront, reports MarketWatch. WeWork is being sued fo...
06/21The Continuing Case for Apartment Rentals
In spite of fears of a slowdown, apartment rentals will continue to see outsized d...
06/21New Non-Traded REIT Seeks Opportunity in Opportunity Zones
Belpointe REIT will focus on multifamily, student housing and seniors housing proj...
06/2010 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (June 20, 2019)
Investor purchases of U.S. homes reach an all-time high, pushing out millennials a...
06/20Office Building Owners Are Entering the Co-Working Market with Thei...
Office landlords are creating their own flexible office space divisions.
06/20Can James Daunt Save Barnes & Noble from Oblivion?
The CEO who managed to turn around U.K. bookseller Waterstones has been put in cha...
06/20What’s Wrong With Modern Buildings? Everything, Starting With How T...
Modern structures rely on cement and steel, which are made using chemical processe...
06/19Hotel Unicorn Oyo Plots $300 Million Push into the U.S. Market
Hotel operator Oyo plans to invest $300 million to expand in the United States.
06/19As the Number of Renovation Projects Rises, Older Properties Are Se...
The 1980s era office buildings have the greatest potential to draw back tenants fr...
06/19Smart Buildings Will Upend the Tenant Experience at SFR and Multifa...
Smart building technology is set play a bigger role in all property management pha...
06/1910 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (June 19, 2019)
St. Petersburg, Fla. is becoming a hipster hotspot, according to the Dallas Mornin...
06/18Google Pledges $1 Billion to Tackle Bay Area Housing Crisis
The tech giant plans to re-purpose its own land, worth $750 million, for residenti...
06/18Kushner-Backed Real Estate Startup Loses Another Top Executive
Real estate investing platform Cadre loses another executive in managing director ...
06/18Tax-Haven Wedding Venues Become Nightmare for Retiree Investors
Investors in an event-rental space in Carmel, Ind. Filed a lawsuit in federal cour...
06/1810 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (June 18, 2019)
The New York Times looks at the health and wellness boom in malls. WeWork’s billio...
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