Monday
January 16, 2017

Author Bios

Articles by this author:

  • In just one year, online financing has become an important feature of the commercial real estate scene.

  • Gene Trowbridge of Trowbridge Taylor Sidoti LLC explains how real estate crowdfunding may change with the new rules.

  • Commercial demand is on the upswing as U.S. manufacturing picks up. Jason Tolliver, Indianapolis-based regional vice president for Cassidy Turley, weighs in.

  • New management options emerge as major investment players settle into the single-family marketplace. Alan Mallach, a senior fellow at the Center for Community Progress, shares his thoughts.

  • The Jobs Act of 2013, which was enacted, in part, to give companies greater access to capital, opened up new sources of funding for commercial real estate investment. However, the new rules that grew out of the law also created some significant hurdles to accessing that capital, says attorney Dominic Lloyd, a partner in the Denver office of the law firm BakerHostetler.

  • More companies are shifting to open-plan offices, adding amenities while reducing square footage.

  • Cassidy Turley’s Chief Economist Kevin J. Thorpe explains why neither rising interest rates nor the tapering of the government’s quantitative easing are significant threats to the economy or commercial real estate.

  • A slow economy doesn’t just lower property returns; it also increases the potential risk of liability claims against property owners.

  • A quick scan of the apartment amenities preferred by Generation Y renters reveals some pronounced nesting tendencies.

  • Jonathan Wiley explains why most companies might be better off financially if they leased space, rather than purchasing it.