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Investing In Commercial Real Estate

Investing in Commercial Real Estate Investing in real estate can be a way to earn passive income and increase your wealth. While plenty of investors have success in residential real estate, others make a move to commercial real estate to gain even more money. As with any investment, commercial real estate has both...

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6 Tips for Fueling Your CRE Pipeline in the New Year

Are you ready for 2018? Will you be stuck priming the same pumps as you did this year or do you want to refresh your strategy to build a pipeline of leads for a strong new year? If you want to refresh and reenergize your CRE pipeline for 2018, here are 6 tips to help fuel your lead generation strategy.

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3 Ways CRE is Embracing Smart Technology in the Digital Age

Historically, commercial real estate has been a field that's a little slower to change. It's a field that requires industry professionals to build connections and hold negotiations. But in today's market, smart technology has become more than helpful – it's become an asset. 

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New and Old: How Stadiums are Changing

With new stadiums being built across the United States, now's certainly an exciting time to be a sports fan. Over the years, the nature of new stadiums has changed. Some are committed to sustainability and going green, whereas others are aiming to provide an all-around entertainment experience.

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The City or the Suburbs: What do Office Tenants Want?

The landscape of the real estate market is changing by leaps and bounds. Over the past couple years we’ve seen a lot of changes in commercial real estate, from shopping malls across the country abruptly closing down to millennials leaving their suburban communities and flocking to urban centers en masse.

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3 Ways the Industrial Market is Being Impacted by Retail

Retail trends have had a huge impact on the industrial market for the last few years. Amazon shifted the entire e-commerce industry to lightning-fast shipping, which means that industrial centers and warehouses are being moved to closer-to-the-city locations to handle the load.

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