Friday, April 23, 2021

Is the Job Market Stagnating?

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The US economy added 138,000 jobs in May, lower than the 180,000 positions that economists surveyed by Bloomberg had predicted. The unemployment...

National Apartment Rent Prices Start to Decelerate

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(Photo by Tom Myers) SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Although multifamily rents nationwide increased in May for the third month in a row, Yardi Matrix is continuing...

Challenged Retail Sector Brings Opportunity

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The retail landscape is shifting right before our eyes, and it has been both a fascinating and exciting process. Those thoughts are according to...

The CrossRoads of Technology and Apartment Living

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LOS ANGELES — Decron Properties is launching a new platform that will better integrate technology into multifamily assets. Today, tenants expect to be able...

Rebooting America’s Malls

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WALNUT CREEK, CA—Let’s talk broad brushstrokes. Those millennials who aren’t living over their parents’ garage often opt for apartments near to where they work....

Ports Traffic Still a Major Boon for Industrial

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LOS ANGELES — Industrial has claimed the top of the investment class food chain. The property type has always been popular because it is...

Co-Living Apartments and other U.S. Redevelopment Trends

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A rendering of Two Saints “Culinary” lofts offer co-living in the Big Easy The growing demand for downtown living in cities across the U.S., combined with...

On the Trump Front, Real Estate Sector Still has to Wait and See

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CHICAGO —The coming to power of Donald Trump has left the commercial real estate world at times hopeful, and at other times worried. But at...

Retail and Distribution To Find Common Ground

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NEW YORK CITY—It could give the phrase “mixed use” new meaning. Fitch Ratings sees a convergence of industrial distribution and retail real estate in...

Why Some CRE Brokers are Focusing on “Hyperlocal”

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Like most industries, commercial real estate underwent a radical transformation with the proliferation of computing technology at the turn of the 21st century. But...