Entries by nick

Chasing Income & Why Land Is Worth(Less) Without Occupiers

When I was a lad I had a job mowing yards and my meager earnings went into a passbook savings account that paid 5% interest. It wasn’t much, but it would be a welcome rate to anyone with savings on a fixed income today. All investors today are trying to balance the need for higher returns on their capital with the risk of not getting the return of their capital.

Office Space, Your Company And Your Future

I’m a millennial, though just barely, but I have also been working at RESOURCE on the Office Services Team for over ten years now, and I have seen huge changes in the world of office space in response to the ups and downs of the economic climate these past ten years. The availability of money affected things.

Generating ‘X’ With Generation X In Commercial Real Estate

Commercial real estate is never really what comes to mind when people first think about real estate. Most people I talk to jump to the idea of a big house and rarely ever consider the open lot, or the strip center downtown. Ultimately, commercial real estate is a highly underrated industry, making it the cornucopia for the business-minded. It is basically a wild west, untamed and full of potential, especially for younger generations.

Virtual Relationships In A Face-To-Face World

There is a proliferation of information available for free on the internet. Whether you are buying a refrigerator or a house it is possible to learn a lot about pricing while you are still in your pajamas. Zillow is fast becoming one of the first stops for buyers and sellers of homes.

The Beauty Of Retail

I was recently reading an article published on GlobeSt.com where Katy Welsh, ICSC Conference Committee Chair and Colliers International South Florida’s Senior Vice President of Retail Leasing Services, was interviewed on the Top 5 Retail Sectors projected to grow in the next five years.

What The New Tax Bill Means For Commercial Real Estate

This comprehensive tax bill has a variety of components that a ect both the single-family and commercial/multifamily industries. The bill preserves the ability to deduct up to $10,000 in property taxes and also preserves the mortgage interest deduction for both rst and second homes (though the cap on deductibility was lowered to $750,000).