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
The times they are a-changin’. To judge by that classic lyric, Bob Dylan could have been a property manager. Much like the broader marketplace, the economic fortunes of the commercial property industry have been in flux since 2020, and now, as we lea
We can add another set of abbreviations to our lexicon. A newly released report from CBRE talks of HHBs—hardest-hit buildings—those most severely impacted by the pandemic and those left with the longest road to re-occupancy
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.
Your property data is kind of like laundry: It’s not really useful until it’s been cleaned and sorted.
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