Technological advances and specialization in healthcare means that patients will be spending more time in small outpatient facilities.
Pending legislation to even the tax-collection playing field between Internet retailers and bricks-and-mortar retailers is an important issue for commercial real estate professionals, because their clients face a disadvantage against out-of-state Internet retailers on tax collection.
Rod Santomassimo, CCIM, discusses three mistakes to avoid, strategic planning, and the technology needed for maximizing an independent broker's income.
NAR Treasurer Bill Armstrong updates members about issues including the Marketplace Fairness Act, Terrorism Risk Insurance, and the Midyear Legislative Meetings in Washington, D.C.
Ownership of New York's 102-story landmark will be battled out in court this week.
Sustainability and community planning aren't just for big cities. Learn how commercial real estate development in smaller towns and rural areas can benefit from foresight.
The General Services Administration is trying to unload a surplus of government buildings across the country through auctions and, most recently, by working with private developers to negotiate land swaps.
An increase in online shoppers could mean exciting things ahead for developers and investors of retail real estate, as architects and builders are forced to up their game.
D. Scott Smith, CCIM, Signature Series Speaker, talks to host Steve Lubetkin about his start in commercial real estate and his advice to students on creating and activating a social media strategy.
NAR Treasurer Bill Armstrong updates members about progress on lease accounting, as well as new legislation introduced in Congress to reauthorize terrorism risk insurance for commercial properties.
In this edition of the CIB, Bob McComb, Signature Series Speaker and owner of Top Dogs Commercial Real Estate Training, will share some tips on how commercial agents can prepare to be successful in today's market.
The National Association of Home Builders is projecting a 30 percent increase in multifamily starts in 2013.
NAR Treasurer Bill Armstrong highlights an array of recent commercial market data and provides a reminder about two member surveys to complete.
Get the latest statistics on commercial sales, rentals, and prices.
WASHINGTON (February 25, 2013) – Major commercial real estate sectors continue to improve, albeit slowly, with gradual economic improvement and job creation driving absorption of space, according to the National Association of Realtors® quarterly commercial real estate forecast.
This is a ripe opportunity for real estate professionals who only work in residential real estate to make referral income by partnering with a strong commercial agent. Here are some ideas for getting started.
The apartment market is proving to be a major source of economic activity, jobs, and personal earnings.
In this podcast, Steve Lubetkin continues his conversation with Todd Clarke. They discuss the role of social media and other online tools, and the ways in which they have changed the way commercial real estate practitioners interact with each other globally.
The Mortgage Bankers Association forecasts that commercial and multifamily lending will increase 11 percent in 2013.