While property professionals are more than accustomed to paying commercial property taxes, there’s a national trend of increased taxation on the commercial real estate industry as state and local governments try to make up budget shortfalls and seek
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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), last week announced that Democratic members of the Senate Budget Committee have reached an agreement on a $3.5 trillion spending package.
7/28/2021 • Pearce Crosland
It’s easy to spot something new, but it’s not always easy to identify the beginning of a real trend.
1/6/2020 • Jim Young
Days after revealing a plan to incentivize office-to-residential conversions, the Biden Administration has turned its attention once again to the industrial market and shoring up the supply chain.
“Office and commercial vacancies around the country are affecting urban downtowns and rural main streets.” That frank assessment of the commercial real estate sector’s current woes came from the Biden-Harris White House in late October, as the Admini
The abrupt changes in the way we work as a result of COVID-19 have already considerably impacted commercial real estate, and they will only continue to do so throughout budget season.
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Logistics real estate used to be back of mind. Warehouses and distribution centers were planted in remote locations, where costs for land, labor and taxes were low. Today, thanks to e-commerce and rising service level expectations, shortening time an