Commercial Real Estate Trends

The Importance of the CCIM Designation

Posted by Kerry Seriani on December 21, 2017 in  uncategorized
It’s often said that it’s not what you know but who you know. But as any successful commercial real estate professional will tell you, it’s not enough to just know the right people or to just have the industry knowledge. And at the CCIM Institute, we know that it’s not just “who” or “what.” Coldwell Banker Commercial realizes the same thing, which is why the organization has more CCIM members than of any brokerage worldwide. With an emphasis on practical applicatio... read more

Holiday Shopping: Online vs. In Store

Posted by Kerry Seriani on December 14, 2017 in  uncategorized
By all estimates, the back-to-school season will have pulled in more than $75 billion dollars. It is second only to holiday shopping in the highest grossing retail season. With more consumers shopping via mobile than ever before, where can retailers expect to see the highest sales this holiday; online or in store retail? Mobile Will Factor Big this Holiday Shopping Season For retailers, the best of both worlds is seeing high sales figures coming from online retail as well as their brick-and-mortar stores. A r... read more

How Commercial Real Estate Affects Residential Real Estate

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Posted by Kerry Seriani on December 11, 2017 in  uncategorized
In the 1950’s we saw a direct impact of how residential real estate affected commercial real estate. As people left the cities to go into newly developed neighborhoods with only homes, there became a need for grocery stores, malls, offices more close.  However, over time this has reversed itself and people are moving back to the cities to be closer to work, shopping and the hustle and bustle of it all. This makes commercial and residential properties even more reliant on each other.  It is becoming ... read more

Is Starbucks at a Saturation Point?

Posted by Kerry Seriani on December 11, 2017 in  uncategorized
There is truth to the belief that there’s a Starbucks on almost every corner. A recent study shows that there are almost four stores per one square mile. With the ubiquity of Starbucks, it is hard to imagine that the company might have reached a saturation point, but it seems that it has come to that point. The study also shows that not only are there Starbucks locations everywhere you turn, but that they are actually hurting each other’s business. The over saturation of Starbucks is affecting its bu... read more

Dubai: A City Pushing Boundaries

Tyler Daniels Blog
Posted by Kerry Seriani on December 07, 2017 in  uncategorized
When you hear of Dubai, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Cloud reaching, attention-grabbing skyscrapers? Glitz and glamour? Or perhaps you think of wealth and investment. All of these are what Dubai is composed of. The beautifully designed skyscrapers are why Dubai is considered one of the glitziest cities in the world. Within these skyscrapers are businesses, ultra-luxurious hotels, and massive shopping centers. It quickly became a city of interest for high-end investments in the commercial real es... read more
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