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How Will Changing Demographics Affect Commercial Real Estate?

How will changing demographics affect the commercial real estate market? Steve Lubetkin interviews award-winning speaker Todd Clarke, CCIM to find out what REALTORS® need to know about Gen X, Gen Y and the echo boomers.

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Transforming and Re-Imagining Suburban Office Stock

What are new and current trends affecting the office market? Steve Lubetkin sits down with Dr. James Hughes, Dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University to discuss a report he co-authored on the forces changing the shape of regional economic growth and its impact on office space.

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What's the Impact of Social Media on Commercial Practitioners?

In this podcast, Steve Lubetkin continues his conversation with Todd Clarke. They discuss the role of social media and other online tools, and the ways in which they have changed the way commercial real estate practitioners interact with each other globally.

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Owning a Rental Property Is 'Sweet Spot' in Market

More investors are finding rental properties can prove lucrative, experts say.

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Commercial Real Estate Market Survey

The REALTORS® Commercial Real Estate Market Survey measures quarterly activity in the commercial real estate markets. The survey collects data from commercial REALTORS®. The survey is designed to provide an overview of market performance, sales and rental transactions, along with current economic challenges and future expectations.

2012 Q4 Survey Highlights

  • REALTOR® commercial markets recorded improved sales conditions, with stabilization of fundamentals.
  • Sixty-eight percent of commercial REALTORS® closed a sales transaction during... Read More

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Multifamily Growth Poised to Continue in 2013

Home building is once again contributing to the nation's economic growth, and a major factor behind that growth has been the expansion of multifamily construction.

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Cleveland Corporate Services closes, cutting 80 jobs
Cleveland Corporate Services Inc. has closed, costing about 80 jobs, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. A bankruptcy lawyer for the Cleveland company, which sold interactive whiteboards, said the company didn’t have the cash flow to last until its peak sales time, back-to-school season. The company’s decision to build a new office near the Cleveland/Cuyahoga Heights border played a significant role in its closing. "They had to spend lots of money to develop it," bankruptcy lawyer Harry Greenfield…read more
Congress to probe federal real estate issues
A congressional subcommittee is slated to meet Wednesday to probe the federal government’s use of real estate after a recent report highlighted billions of dollars in lost money tied to those properties, the Washington Business Journal reported. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee announced Monday that its Government Operations Subcommittee will look into what it calls “the longstanding and ongoing issues relating to the mismanagement of excess, underused, or dilapidated property…read more
Real Estate Power Breakfast expected to draw more than 400
The Business Review’s Power Breakfast series today brings together more than 400 people in Troy, NY, to hear from the largest real estate developers in the Capital Region. The event starts at 7:30 a.m., with breakfast and networking at Hilton Garden Inn at 235 Hoosick St. The panel discussion kicks off at 8 a.m. sharp. The panelists are David Buicko, chief operating officer, Galesi Group; Joe Nicolla, president, Columbia Development Cos.; Uri Kaufman, president and CEO, The Harmony Group; and…read more
Brookfield’s bright spots: CRE Guide - Community Spotlight
The city of Brookfield has some bright spots in commercial development despite a drag caused by the overall economy, said Mayor Steve Ponto. One of those bright spots, Ponto said, is Underwood Crossing, a Target-anchored shopping center at 12821 W. Blue Mound Road that opened last summer. The development includes Trader Joe’s and a PNC Bank. A 5,000-square-foot multi-tenant building is under construction and a smaller anchor also is planned for the center, Ponto said. Senior living and apartment…read more
Panthers look to get to the end zone on stadium deal
Business and political leaders in Charlotte seem to have reached consensus on wanting to help the Carolina Panthers with $300 million worth of stadium renovations and other upgrades. The question that remains vexing is how to accomplish their common goal. On Monday, team president Danny Morrison, spoke to the Charlotte Chamber board of directors in a closed meeting before later speaking with reporters. Morrison called the negotiations “a process” and expressed appreciation for the encouraging…read more
Technology News
Shareholder wants North State to look at possible sale
A North State Communications shareholder wants to study the idea of a sale, but the company will oppose it, according to the High Point Enterprise. A trust that holds a small number of voting shares in High Point-based North State has requested the issue be taken up at the company’s annual meeting April 3. While a resolution about a possible sale is on the annual meeting agenda, North State management says they will urge shareholders to vote against it. Other investors have pressured North State…read more
iMac sales rising because Apple increased inventory
iMac sales were up 31 percent in January, according to NPD Group, and Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster says its because Apple Inc. is "catching up with iMac supply." According to AllThingsD, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in the last earnings report that the company was going to increase iMac production, and the January numbers from NPD Group confirm the move, although there is still a three-to-four week delay when ordering an iMac. The new iMacs went on sale Nov. 30.read more
5G is coming, though no one knows what 4G is
It’s just a whisper now. But expect a cacophony about 5G before long, according to a report from the Dallas Business Journal. The 5G term refers to fifth-generation wireless technology for getting ever-faster, ever-stronger upload and download speeds. Telecom equipment makers such as Ericsson AB are starting to talk about 5G. And soon, you’ll be hearing about it from your wireless service provider. Here’s the thing: There is no agreement on what constitutes 4G, which currently is the latest…read more
Environment News
Feds to restart study of Roan Plateau drilling
The federal government is launching another round of studies into the hotly debated issue of whether Colorado’s Roan Plateau on the Western Slope should be opened to drilling. The new study, called the Roan Plateau Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, is in response to a U.S. District Judge Marcia Krieger’s ruling last June that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management issued drilling leases in 2008 under a flawed management plan. Krieger, who directed the BLM to try again, said the agency’s…read more
Marineland protest is slated for tonight in Niagara Falls
An anti-Marineland protest is scheduled this evening in Niagara Falls, Ont. A group known as Marineland Animal Defense is organizing the protest, according to the Niagara Falls Review. Its members will be picketing the meeting of the Niagara Falls City Council. Police from Niagara Falls and the Niagara Region will be hand “to ensure a peaceful rally,” says the paper. Protesters are accusing Marineland of abusing animals. The group’s Facebook page says the demonstration is intended to “educate…read more
Winter storm watch issued for three WNY counties
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for three Western New York counties. Allegany, Cattaraugus and Wyoming counties will enter the watch period this evening. It will extend until tomorrow morning. Six or more inches of heavy wet snow are expected to hit the region overnight, with the greatest snow amounts on the highest terrain. Travel is predicted to be slippery in the watch area, and visibility could be poor at times. But the National Weather Service admits its forecast…read more
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