Category Archives: Commercial real estate–United States

Multifamily, Industrial Lead Commercial Sectors

Multifamily and industrial properties will continue to lead growth among commercial real estate sectors as the economy makes moderate gains through the end of the year and into 2017, Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors® reports.  … Continue reading

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Dying Suburban Malls Become Housing Mecca

As enclosed malls across the country look to reinvent themselves, some communities are finding that living in a mall could be a boon for property values.  Those massive, enclosed malls popular in the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s are dying off. … Continue reading

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Retail Market Remains Rife with Contradictions

Lower vacancy rates, little new construction and weak rent growth mark today’s commercial real estate market. The historically low levels of available space are sparking a slow return of new construction, though cautious developers remain picky about location,CoStar reports.  The … Continue reading

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