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CRE Show

  • newMultifamily Employee Source via Shelters to Shutters
    On this episode of America's Commercial Real Estate Show, Andy Helmer joins host Michael Bull to discuss the multifamily as a employment source, NPO aid in employment and housing for the homeless, and NPO contribution method for multifamily principal…
    - 16 hours ago 22 May 18, 3:00pm -
  • The Bainbridge Companies' View of Multifamily 2018
    On this episode of America's Commercial Real Estate Show, Kevin Keane joins host Michael Bull to discuss the multifamily sector, including regional trends, demand drivers, development trends, technology for units, affordability issues, community acce…
    - 2 days ago 21 May 18, 3:00pm -
  • A Bullish U.S. Economy via CCIM's K.C. Conway
    On this episode of America's Commercial Real Estate Show, KC Conway joins host Michael Bull to discuss the U.S. economic state, including job market growth, homebuilder effected by economy, rate volatility, NOI concerns, monthly jobs reports, truth o…
    - 5 days ago 18 May 18, 3:00pm -
  • Economic Drivers for Amazon HQ2 Site Selection
    On this episode of America's Commercial Real Estate Show, KC Conway joins host Michael Bull to discuss site selection in the economy, including U.S. site selection changes, workforce impacts to site selection, Amazon's reasons for site selection, the…
    - 6 days ago 17 May 18, 3:00pm -
  • Hotel Sector Today
    On this episode of America's Commercial Real Estate Show, Michael Bellisario and Tom French joins host Michael Bull to discuss the hospitality sector, including sector health, place in the cycle, top line growth, employment, leisure and business trav…
    - 7 days ago 16 May 18, 6:20pm -
  • New Player in the Atlanta Multifamily Scene
    On this episode of Atlanta's Commercial Real Estate Show, Julia Watson, CAM joins host Michael Bull to discuss the Atlanta's multifamily sector, including Bainbridge's move to Atlanta, Atlanta multifamily demands, renters-by-choice, urban vs. suburba…
    - 8 days ago 15 May 18, 3:00pm -
  • Top Line Growth for Hotels and Hospitality
    On this episode of America's Commercial Real Estate Show, Michael Bellisario joins host Michael Bull to discuss the hospitality sector, including sector health, place in the cycle, top line growth, employment, leisure and business travel trends, yea…
    - 9 days ago 14 May 18, 3:00pm -
  • Tenant Success in Today's Retail Sector
    On this episode of America's Commercial Real Estate Show, Nick Grazia joins host Michael Bull to discuss the retail sector, including tenant success overview, tips for landlords helping tenants, tenant reviews, mall REITs, retail operator issues, fra…
    - 12 days ago 11 May 18, 3:00pm -

Capital Spectator

  • newRisk Premia Forecasts: Major Asset Classes | 22 May 2018
    The Global Market Index (GMI) — an unmanaged, market-value weighted portfolio comprised of the major asset classes — is expected to earn an annualized 4.9% risk premium (return over the “risk-free” rate) in the long run, based on analysis of…
    - 21 hours ago 22 May 18, 10:15am -
  • newMacro Briefing: 22 May 2018
    S. Korea’s president to meet Trump on Tues for N. Korea discussion: CNN US reinforces E. Asia’s missile defenses ahead of N. Korea summit: Reuters Trump retreats from imposing sanctions on China: Bloomberg US demands Iran make changes to policy o…
    - 21 hours ago 22 May 18, 9:28am -
  • All The Major Asset Classes Fell Last Week—Except Commodities
    Markets declined last week in nearly every corner of the major asset classes, with the lone exception of broadly defined commodities, based on a set of exchange-traded products. The iPath Bloomberg Commodity (DJP) gained 0.6% over the five trading da…
    - 2 days ago 21 May 18, 10:54am -
  • Macro Briefing: 21 May 2018
    Iran says EU support for nuclear deal is insufficient: Reuters Trump is having second thoughts about meeting with N. Korea’s leader: The Hill Trump demands investigation on Russia investigation’s surveillance tactics: CNN Mueller will reportedly…
    - 2 days ago 21 May 18, 9:49am -
  • Book Bits | 19 May 2018
    ● The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect By Judea Pearl and Dana Mackenzie Summary via publisher (Basic Books) Correlation is not causation.” This mantra, chanted by scientists for more than a century, has led to a virtual prohibit…
    - 4 days ago 19 May 18, 12:45pm -
  • US Business Cycle Risk Report | 18 May 2018
    The downshift in US economic output in the first quarter hasn’t raised business-cycle risk, based on the latest economic updates. A proprietary set of analytics developed by CapitalSpectator.com show that the probability remains virtually nil that…
    - 5 days ago 18 May 18, 2:01pm -
  • BlackRock’s Fink: Flattening Yield Curve Isn’t An Economic Warning
    Add BlackRock’s CEO to the list of high-powered people in finance who are skeptical that a flattening yield curve reflects a threat that’s brewing for the US economy. Although a narrowing spread between short and long Treasury rates has been a wa…
    - 5 days ago 18 May 18, 11:39am -
  • Macro Briefing: 18 May 2018
    N. Korea threatens to halt all talks unless its demands are met: Reuters Trump offers “protections” to N. Korea if it gives up nukes: The Hill China cast doubt on reports of trade deal with US: Bloomberg Trump doubts that trade negotiations with…
    - 5 days ago 18 May 18, 9:41am -

CRE Outsider

  • CoStar/LoopNet – What Are the Alternatives?
    On my post about the CoStar/LoopNet changes, David asked what should an agent or brokerage do? Good question. What you should do depends on a lot of things. Do you need a data provider, a marketing platform or both? Can you afford to pay the subscrip…
    - 30 Nov 17, 2:01pm -
  • If Real Estate is Local, Who Needs a National Database?
    Now that LoopNet no longer offers even a paid plan for users to view nation-wide listings, there’s an opportunity for commercial brokerages to take listing aggregation and search back. Source: CREOutsider
    - 2 Nov 17, 1:01pm -
  • An FAQ for the Xceligent CoStar Battle
    Everyone knows that CoStar is a litigious company. And that all the cases boil down to CoStar claiming data theft and most end with CoStar winning. But the CoStar Xceligent battle is a doozy – and not just because of Xceligent’s counter-suit. The…
    - 26 Oct 17, 9:01pm -
  • CoStar – LoopNet Integration is Here (and What it Means)
    If you read their PR and info sheets on the CoStar/LoopNet database integration – or “enhancements” as they like to call them – you’ll find CoStar didn’t do a great job explaining things. In their zeal to convince you that this is the bes…
    - 18 Oct 17, 4:09pm -
  • Disrupting CRE – It’s A Matter of Trust
    Innovation and disruption are studied a lot these days as everyone tries to identify industries ripe for disruption and figure out  exactly how to disrupt them. One way to do that is to reverse engineer disrupting companies to create a blueprint of…
    - 18 Oct 17, 12:49pm -
  • Is Commercial Real Estate a Great Market?
    I can’t keep up with CRE start-ups anymore.  They start out doing one thing.  Months later it’s something else. Not that there’s anything wrong with changing course when you notice you’re not gaining traction. It’s called responding to th…
    - 18 Oct 17, 12:31pm -

JLL Real Views

  • Six ways stores can successfully meet shoppers’ needs
    Shoppers today have more choices than ever. “Experience” has become a buzzword for the kind of interactive participation that encourages consumers to visit bricks-and-mortar stores. But what makes for a good retail experience? And how important i…
    - 1 day ago 22 May 18, 1:00am -
  • America’s malls court customers through food
    A bite of locally sourced salmon carpaccio at a cozy bistro, after snowboarding on the world’s largest indoor ski slope. A craft cocktail reservation booked by a concierge, before browsing the racks at Gucci. A sip of wine at an open-air Italian ma…
    - 2 days ago 21 May 18, 1:00am -
  • How Shenzhen is taking on Silicon Valley at innovation
    Once seen as a haven for cheap manufacturing and knock-offs, China’s Shenzhen has become a mecca for entrepreneurs, innovators and tech firms. The city is already home to some of China’s biggest and most renowned tech giants from Huawei to Tencen…
    - 5 days ago 18 May 18, 1:00am -
  • Singapore welcomes smart warehouses
    In Singapore, one of the world’s biggest logistics hubs, industrial space is no longer just grubby storage units and greasy machine shops. The fourth industrial revolution – the Internet of Things, cloud computing, robotics, big data, cyber secur…
    - 6 days ago 17 May 18, 1:00am -
  • Which global cities have the strongest connections to China?
    China has spent the last three decades building and strengthening its links with cities worldwide through the outward flow of goods, investment, people and, more recently, a wave of corporate expansion. From San Francisco to Seoul, the financial, eco…
    - 8 days ago 15 May 18, 1:00am -
  • Why competition is heating up for Dubai’s luxury hotels
    Iconic hotels like the 7-star Burj Al Arab have put Dubai at the top of the list for travelers seeking luxurious amenities and world-class service. More than 60 percent of the city’s hotel supply is in the upscale and luxury category, but with a pl…
    - 9 days ago 14 May 18, 1:00am -
  • From football pitch to living space: Why stadium developments score highly
    For football fans who want to be at the heart of the action, stadiums are no longer just for match days. Around the UK, former football grounds are being transformed into new housing developments, which are not only helping to regenerate local areas,…
    - 12 days ago 11 May 18, 1:00am -
  • How Asia Pacific is embracing the smart city revolution
    In Singapore, ubiquitous lampposts that dot roadsides will soon do more than just light the way for drivers. They’re being turned into a treasure trove of data. The island Republic is aiming to use lampposts as sensors to collect everything from te…
    - 13 days ago 10 May 18, 1:00am -

Blueprint

  • Inventions and Innovations that Shaped the Workplace: The Starting Point
    Flexible hours, comfortable couches and unfussy fashions weren’t always options for most American office workers. Those privileges that many of today’s employees take for granted were unthinkable during the early 19th century. Throughout the year…
    - 6 days ago 17 May 18, 6:44pm -
  • The Very Dark and Very Light Sides of Life in Iceland and Alaska
    In Reykjavik, the most northerly capital in Europe, the winters are long and dark. The summers are warm and bright, quite bright. In midwinter, there is 5 hours of daylight. In the summers, from mid-May to mid-August, the sun sets for 3 hours a day (…
    - 14 days ago 9 May 18, 12:53pm -
  • Protecting Intellectual Capital in an Increasingly Digital Workplace
    For every company across every industry, whether there are 100,000 global employees or a team of 10 working out of a shared office space, intellectual capital protection is part of business strategy 101. Protecting trade secrets, new developments, co…
    - 16 days ago 7 May 18, 5:16pm -
  • Inventions, Innovations and Ideas in the Workplace: Physical Workspace
    The American workplace is constantly in flux. From the emergence of coworking spaces to the ongoing debate on the most productive office layouts, how and where we work is always evolving. The workplace is where we spend most of our time outside of th…
    - 22 days ago 1 May 18, 2:31pm -
  • In Cities around the World, Pest Control is a Part of Urban Life
    Urban legend has it that New York City is home to more rats than people. (For reference, the human population is about 8.6 million.) Fortunately, it turns out that’s a myth. In reality, the ratio is likely closer to four humans to one rat, a statis…
    - 37 days ago 16 Apr 18, 3:20pm -
  • Inventions, Innovations and Ideas in the Workplace: Communication
    Communication is key to a thriving, effective workplace. Without the proper communication channels, employees are unable to share information or adequately express themselves, which can hinder productivity and negatively impact office morale. Thankfu…
    - 42 days ago 10 Apr 18, 7:46pm -
  • From Field to Fairway: How a Golf Course Is Made
    As one of the most popular sports in the world, golf is no small business. With approximately 33,161 courses in 208 of the world’s 245 countries as of 2016, there are millions of acres dedicated solely to the sport. These millions of acres are pain…
    - 48 days ago 5 Apr 18, 1:21pm -
  • Marking the Line Between Preservation and Development
    How three cities around the world designate historic landmarks One can’t walk through the streets of the world’s major cities without passing landmarks that represent a tangible connection to the city’s culture and history. In Rome, visitors an…
    - 49 days ago 3 Apr 18, 8:23pm -

The Massimo Group

  • The 5 Pillars to Grow a Great CRE Business
    When I was running my own commercial real estate firm, I was busy. I would characterize most days as chaotic. Even when I did have a plan for the day, distractions, interruptions, and opportunities would appear from nowhere and knock me off course. I…
    - 1 day ago 22 May 18, 2:28am -
  • The 2 Minute Personal Commercial Real Estate Practice Assessment
    This will be my 7th consecutive trip out Las Vegas for this years’ RECon show. This is the largest commercial real estate show in the United States. Two-days of back-breaking speed walks between meetings, only to jump on a 5+ hour flight back home…
    - 6 days ago 17 May 18, 1:24am -
  • Think My LoopNet Blog Hit a Nerve? Oh Boy, Did It Ever!
    Last week I wrote about a disturbing trend of posts I was seeing on various portals regarding LoopNet’s recent price increases. My objective was not to lead a revolt — but simply to let the brokerage community know you are not alone, others are…
    - 8 days ago 15 May 18, 2:13am -
  • Lookout LoopNet, Commercial Real Estate Brokers Are Mad as Hell
    As a commercial real estate coaching organization, we generally have a good pulse on the markets where our clients transact, as well as the obstacles that come along with creating personal, sustainable businesses. When a major distributor of data, Lo…
    - 13 days ago 10 May 18, 1:49am -
  • The First Step In Building Your Commercial Real Estate Prospecting Playbook — Your Avatar
    This past weekend we held our second live event, the Massimo Immersion – Your 2018 Prospecting Playbook in the last 6 months. As with the November event, this May event drew a full house of dedicated commercial real estate brokers and agents from a…
    - 15 days ago 8 May 18, 1:57am -
  • Why Most Commercial Real Estate Agents Aren’t Consistent Producers
    Earlier this week one of my mentors, Jerry Anderson, shared with me a copy of a sales newsletter to which he subscribes. The highlighted blog was titled “Why don’t salespeople learn? Are they lazy or over-confident?”, and it was written by sale…
    - 20 days ago 2 May 18, 7:55pm -
  • 2018 is One-Third Over – Here is a Quick Progress Test
    We are at the end of April. If your 2018 revenue goals as commercial real estate broker, agent, or manager are on track — great. If not, it’s time for a quick assessment. This is a similar message I received from David Newman, a speaker coach to…
    - 22 days ago 1 May 18, 1:54pm -
  • The Big Commercial Real Estate Rat
    What does a big inflatable rat have to do with Commercial Real Estate? While on the way to a prospect meeting in New York, Rod shares an unsuspecting lesson in ensuring you avoid being called out a 'Rat' in your market.
    - 27 days ago 25 Apr 18, 6:52pm -
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