Commercial Real Estate Archive

That’s Not How Millennials Work

It seems like we’ve gotten Millennials all wrong. For one, they were expected to be a generation of entrepreneurs — but in this economic tumult, they’ve traded in “meaningful work” for a 9-to-5 desk job and a steady (or...
September 26, 2014

‘Most Real Estate Agents Are Terrible at Their Craft’

Motivational speaker and New York Times best-selling author Grant Cardone has some words for you that, well, may not be so motivating: “Most real estate agents are terrible at their craft.” OK, OK, before you get all angry, remember...
May 2, 2014

Sec. 504 Refi Program Could Be Lifeline

By Robert Freedman, Senior Editor, REALTOR® Magazine In the flood of information we try to process on a daily basis, it’s easy to miss something that can be genuinely useful. If you work with commercial property owners, you might...

Slow But Real Growth in Commercial RE in 2012

What’s happening in commercial real estate is far from a recovery but all of the major sectors are nevertheless seeing improvement, particularly multifamily housing, which has been benefitting from tough times in the home ownership market. Rents are rising,...

In Atlanta, Sweeping Away the Cobwebs on Building Permits

Earlier this year, during the brouhaha over NAR’s dues increase, we spent time looking at the long-term value of political advocacy. We sought to share stories about policy victories that had a direct impact on the bottom line for...