Commercial Real Estate Section
(Commercial Real Estate) The commercial real estate sector has improved substantially since the economy crashed, but is now showing signs of slowing, but data does not indicate lost ground.
When considering whether you should lease your office space or buy, an industry expert outlines the questions you should ask yourself.
As commercial real estate improves across all sectors, the gains have been modest and NAR predicts they will continue to inch forward.
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Leaselytics addresses the overwhelming challenge of analyzing leasing agents' performance and getting actionable stats on them, currently missing from the multifamily tech world.
Commercial real estate markets are improving, and the nation's largest trade group projects that modest gains will continue.
Rental application volume slid in the first quarter, but CoreLogic reports that people applying are slightly less risky compared to applicants at this time last year.
Commercial real estate investments are filled with hidden truths that no guru or class will tell you, starting with the most important truth of all (hint: it involves rates of return).
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Although the fundamentals of the commercial real estate sector are improving, over half of all transactions last year fell through due to a lack of financing.
Commercial real estate was hit hard by the recession, but a new study reveals that all sectors are slowly recovering, led by multifamily which is a boon for landlords.
Commercial real estate struggled as the economy crashed, but is showing substantial improvement, particularly in sales volume in the last year.