Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. CRE articles below.
Cushman & Wakefield addresses how the world’s fastest tax reform package could impact commercial real estate.
A recent survey of corporate real estate executives finds an increased focus on the strategic aspects of CRE within companies.
A new report from NAIOP indicates 2014 was best year for commercial real estate development since 2007; projections indicate 2015 will be the best year of the decade.
Demographic shifts – the impact of retiring Baby Boomers and the rise of the Millennial generation – will likely have the most significant impact on real estate near- and long-term, according to The Counselors of Real Estate’s official CRE® 2015-16 Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate.
An infographic from JLL's latest Global CRE Trends report identifies four fundamental themes that characterize the challenge for CRE leaders and their teams: centralization, integration, expectation and outsourcing.
National office vacancy rates are forecast to slightly decrease 0.1% over the coming year as the demand for office space slowly improves, according to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) quarterly commercial real estate forecast.
Commercial real estate technology company RealNex has launched an interactive web-based hub for quick access to tools and services.
MRI’s CRE software is designed for corporate tenants and helps retailers, health systems, data centers, and other office and industrial lease holders stay on top of lease expenses, terms, and other critical information.
Many commercial real estate (CRE) companies are inadequately prepared for cyberattacks. This report from Deloitte explains how CRE professionals can be prepared.
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Honest Buildings, a management platform for commercial real estate (CRE) projects, has unveiled Honest Buildings for Owners, an online software for building owners...
The latest Urban Land Institute Forecast for the real estate economy sees three years of continued strength, with the industry set for sustainable growth in 2015 through 2017.