Commercial Real Estate Trends

Investing In Commercial Real Estate

Posted by Kerry Seriani on April 30, 2018 in No Category
Investing in real estate can be a way to earn passive income and increase your wealth. While plenty of investors have success in residential real estate, others make a move to commercial real estate to gain even more money. As with any investment, commercial real estate has both risks and rewards. It’s not for everyone, as investing in it requires a good deal of work — especially in the early stages of the process. While there’s less risk in some cases, you typically need to put down more money... read more
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10 Amenities the 2018 Office Tenant Will be Watching For

Posted by Kerry Seriani on April 24, 2018 in No Category
As uncertainty about where to invest in office space (suburbs versus cities) continues to plague the office sector, one thing is certain – the better the amenities, the more attractive the office space to younger talented workers. In 2018 office tenants will be watching for these 10 amenities: A couple of years ago, having a rooftop break room would have made an office building unique. Nowadays it is merely the type of office amenity that tenants expect. Add to that fact, the trend toward remote work is re... read more
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Innovating in the Hotel Space: What’s on Tap for 2018

Posted by Kerry Seriani on April 20, 2018 in No Category
Of all of the innovations sweeping through CRE this year, perhaps no sector is expecting to see a bigger wave of change than the hotel space. Like all other sectors of the CRE industry, technology is at the heart of these changes. In hospitality, innovation is geared toward creating futuristic Jetson-style customer service that anticipates guests’ needs and wants. Big Brand Hotels Debuting Amazing Innovations in 2018 Compared to other sectors, hospitality is leading the way to full adoption. Last year n... read more
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The Push to the Suburbs: Is Public Transit Keeping Up?

Posted by Kerry Seriani on April 16, 2018 in No Category
Fallout from the housing collapse a decade ago resulted in a surge in the renter population–outpacing homeownership for the first time in history. It also marked a return to cities where more walkability with access to public transportation offered a much more affordable lifestyle for a population struggling to maintain in the midst of the economic collapse. Over the last few years as the economy has steadied and the housing market rebalanced, the move to urban centers has continued but there is evidence t... read more
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7 Retail Shipping Trends We’re Keeping an Eye On

Posted by Kerry Seriani on April 10, 2018 in No Category
A lot has been made about the in-store shopping trends we are seeing in retail. What has largely been overlooked are the shipping trends shaping the retail landscape this year. Consumers continue to expect faster deliveries for free which is putting enormous stress on the last mile for retailers. Instead of charging more for delivery or limiting the scope and speed of on-demand delivery, retailers are focusing on rethinking last mile delivery assets so that it benefits both the retailer and the consumer. Here ar... read more
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