You’ve probably been inside one without realizing it. Modular, or prefab buildings are becoming more common in the U.S. as builders look for ways to shorten construction schedules and trim costs.
The world is shrinking, and one area where that’s especially evident is in the growth of international real estate investment. Foreign investment in U.S. properties accounted for $87.3 billion in completed deals in 2015. This is an astonishing figure when you consider that it stood at just $5 billion in 2009.
Sellers decide to keep the sale of their property private for a variety of reasons. Generally they’re seeking to minimize competition and maximize confidentiality, but sometimes it happens that they’re just not in any rush to sell but will entertain offers.
It’s an incredibly exciting time in the CRE tech sector. When I entered the field in 2011, it initially felt like a ghost town. Fast forward to today and it feels like Times Square!
Inevitably though, there will be a lot of pain coming in the CRE tech space as the sector experiences its first wave of failures, consolidation and distressed exits. I certainly plan to do all I can to make sure my site isn’t one of them 🙂 .
2016 is bringing in some of the most incredible real estate developments ever. Let’s take a look at some of these massive real estate projects. There are some skyline changing mega towers that you need to see. Here are 5 of the most exciting new developments.
Preparation is key to success in anything we do, and marketing a commercial property is certainly no exception. A well-conceived and executed marketing plan involves a series of very deliberate steps that ensure maximum exposure and a crystal clear message.
In the CREtech world, we are all familiar with many of the different tools and products that are available to make work more efficient. In this post, we wanted to highlight some awesome tools that can be used by commercial real estate brokers and investors to help with their day to day activities.
Commercial real estate investment has become a truly global enterprise, with huge sums being shifted by pension funds and investment groups to take advantage of opportunity wherever that may occur. American investors are turning their eyes abroad, as challenging economic conditions open up possibilities in other world markets.