September 2014

By Susan Piperato But growing a business is more complicated than ever due to a number of factors. So, what’s driving industrial real estate development? We’ve examined the second quarter reports of six leading commercial […]

Is a Store Closing Tsunami Ahead?

by on September 25, 2014

Store closings and store-closing announcements have spiked dramatically, and experts foresee even more closings as retailers cull their underperforming stores and focus on omnichannel retailing. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National […]

There’s more than $2 billion in new health care projects set for completion in the Southeast in the next two years, according to data provided by Revista, an Annapolis, Md.-based health care consulting firm. Atlanta […]

Can REIT performance actually predict when and how much interest rates will change? The California Public Employees’ Retirement System pledged to invest upwards of $7 billion with real estate joint venture partners in July. Norway’s […]

Share Tweet + 1 Mail Changing interest rates will have a limited impact on real estate valuations in the future, predicts Property Management Insider. Bloomberg Businessweek looks into what made Blackstone’s purchase of Hilton Hotels […]

Cynthia M. Fraser, Esq. The question arises all too often: Is the recent sale price of a property the best evidence of the property’s taxable value? read more Related Posts: No Related Posts Original post […]

Real estate executives are following higher yields to tertiary markets and class-B and class-C properties. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National Real Estate Investor