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Lesson in Resiliency: Amid Challenges, Adaptability Boosts Multifamily Sector

Doug Prickett, Senior Managing Director, Research & Investment Analytics Relentless headlines about eviction moratoriums could have given investors cold feet when it comes to multifamily assets. But despite 18 months of a global pandemic, the sector is performing extraordinarily well. Deal activity is robust. Asset prices are steadily rising. And despite a dip in some of the…
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The Built Environment Gets Back to Its Roots

by Josh Richards,Director of Sustainability For years, tenants have clamored for the new/now/next in office design. Collaborative space, relaxation stations, fitness centers, high-end kitchens, lounges and wine bars are just some of the features that drove tenants to…
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Not Afraid to Look Ahead

Brian Banaszynski Regional Partner, Northeast Transwestern Development Company More than three decades ago, the film Field of Dreams taught us something about passion. The catchphrase “if you build it, they will come” is one of the most quoted movie lines of all…
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Common Pitfalls to Avoid Before Entering a Sublease

By David Klein and Jerry Milenbach It seems like all we hear lately is another company listing some or all of its office real estate for sublease, adding to the glut of space already on the market. Unfortunately, no region is immune to the realities of how working from…
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Getting Comfortable with Opportunity Zones

How This Investment Tool Can Help Support U.S. Economic Recovery Doug Prickett, CRESenior Managing Director Investment & Analytics Map courtesy of Economic Innovation Group: eig.org/opportunityzones Qualified Opportunity zones (OZs) were created by…
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Bridge Lending in a Pandemic

By Robert Murphy After a year of monumental changes driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a good time to touch upon how the commercial real estate lending market has fared and how the landscape may have changed for new borrowers. Loan originators working at real…
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Embracing the New Flexible Work Environment

By Michael Griffin Employees are showing a distinct preference for flexible work environments, and employers are embracing this new dynamic. When COVID-19 forced people into their home offices, it became clear that they could perform focused tasks very well, without…
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Optimizing Real Estate Sales Through Online Transactions

By John Bell Historically, commercial real estate property sales have relied heavily on in-person interactions, such as on-site tours, inspections and tenant interviews, and countless meetings between sellers, brokers, and prospective buyers. Like many things, the…