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Jul 25, 2017

Retailers Face Competition in Grocery and Apparel – Here’s Why

With the market changing over time, retailers in the grocery and apparel sectors are having to constantly rejigger their techniques in order to stay relevant. Let’s break down the facts so that you have a better chance of coming out on top when the competition gets tight.

Jul 18, 2017

Will a Shipping Container be Your Next Office?

Everything old is new again. This even pertains to shipping containers, some of the older of which are being transformed into homes as part of what’s known as the container home trend. This trend is also spreading to multifamily and even office space, with trendy office denizens putting them inside the building as individual offices.

Jul 5, 2017

Fred Schmidt Named “Best Boss” in Commercial Real Estate

Media Inquiries:Nicole BrzyskiColdwell Banker Commercial

Jul 4, 2017

End of the Current Real Estate Cycle?

Author: Jeffrey D. Fisher Ph.D.

Jun 27, 2017

Companies Focused on Cities with Skilled Workers

With cities and urban areas attracting more people and an increasing population not only in primary cities but also in secondary cities, the population in these areas is also creating a highly skilled employee pool for potential employers. Due to this some companies are either expanding and putting new offices in these cities or they are moving their company to these cities to benefit from the pool of skilled workers.

Jun 20, 2017

Foreign Investment Looks to These 3 CRE Property Types

It should be no secret that foreign investment has been a large source of overall investments in the American commercial real estate market. This can be a testament to the strength and favorable returns that can be found in the U.S. market. The most foreign investment in commercial real estate is coming from China for a total of 29% of all foreign investment in the country that is approximately $19.2 billion of foreign money coming into the U.S from China. Coming in at second is Canada which invested $13.1 billion in the last year.

Jun 13, 2017

3 Things CRE Can Learn from the Uber Model

Uber has exploded and become a ubiquitous transportation service in almost every metro as well as throughout the country. It has been incredibly disruptive particularly to the taxi industry. The company utilizes what is known as the sharing economy by allowing any individual to sign up and use their own vehicle like a taxi to transport other individuals from point A to point B.

May 30, 2017

3 Trends in Green Building We’re Paying Attention To

Going green is more than just a trend now but what options there are to go green has seen incredible changes throughout the last few years. While small changes can help your lifestyle to be greener there are large changes as well that can be made not only by individuals in their lives but also large companies and developers.

May 23, 2017

Warehouses Go Vertical: 5 Reasons This Makes Sense

Typically, warehouses are expansive one level buildings surrounded by other warehouses, however, things are starting to change when it comes to warehouses. With different factors having an impact on the logistics industry, one interesting thing to look at from a commercial real estate perspective is the warehouses that are going vertical. In the current environment of constant change, this makes sense and here are some reasons why.

May 17, 2017

Coldwell Banker Properties Unlimited Continues Expansion with Coldwell Banker Commercial Franchise

Coldwell Banker Properties Unlimited has announced the opening of a full-service Coldwell Banker Commercial (CBC) franchise, which will serve as a sister company to the residential operation. The new commercial operation will be named Coldwell Banker Commercial Properties Unlimited and is the first CBC affiliate in the South Central Texas area.

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