10 CRE Assets Ranked By Their Ability To Withstand Inflation

Posted on May 3rd, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Multi-Family, Office, Retail

Some commercial real estate assets classes are more affected by inflation than others. CrowdStreet ranked 10 asset classes from strongest to weakest according to their ability to serve as inflation hedges. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Apartment Complex With Live-Work Units Proposed In The Fast-Growing City Of Dania Beach

Posted on April 26th, 2022 · Posted in Investments, Multi-Family, Office, Retail

With hopes to bring the project before the City Commission this summer, the site plan calls for a 445,630-square-foot building with 278 apartments and an 880-square-foot café. There would be live-work units on the ground floor that allow residents to establish businesses in their homes. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

When Will Investors Finally Balk At High Prices, Low Cap Rates?

Posted on April 19th, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Land, Multi-Family, Office, Retail

A key CRE question is when will the market begin to balk at high selling prices and low cap rates? Is this beginning to happen now? The first signs of this value adjustment will be deals falling through. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

South Florida CRE Leaders On What’s To Come In 2022

Posted on December 21st, 2021 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Land, Multi-Family, Office, Retail

The coronavirus pandemic upended lives and markets around the globe the past two years. Among the regions that fared better than others is South Florida, which emerged relatively unscathed. Regional commercial real estate experts are now looking ahead to 2022, For what they say is on tap for CRE in the new year, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE

A Big Year For CRE Investment In 2022? How About A Record Year?

Posted on December 14th, 2021 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Multi-Family, Office, Retail

A record-setting year for investment in commercial real estate in 2022 is expected, thanks to pent-up demand from the COVID-19 pandemic, major fiscal stimulus projects and a rebound of big cities and downtowns. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE