Taking Flight

Expect smaller companies to emerge from the down cycle by using unconventional methods

The industrial-sector forecast calls for stabilized growth

The moderating “slowcession” economy has recently helped to cool performance within the once red-hot industrial real estate sector. Rent growth, while still a bit above the long-term quarterly average, is now well below its pandemic-era peaks across warehouses and distribution facilities as well as flex spaces for research and development (R&D). Furthermore, net absorption for […]

A Promising View

Ongoing challenges aren’t deterring fix-and-flip investor activities

International Investments: Singapore

With about 6 million citizens, the east Asian city-state of Singapore doesn’t even crack the top 50 among the world’s largest cities. But it happens to be the third most-densely populated nation in the world at 47,000 people per square mile. And even though Singapore has been an independent country for less than 60 years, […]

Lessons Must Be Learned

After the recent bank failures, mortgage lenders should seek new risk management strategies

Finding sunny spots in a stormy office sector

While it might not seem possible, the mood around the U.S. office market got even gloomier this summer as a variety of media reports painted the commercial real estate sector as being in disarray and distress. The news was bad everywhere, including the Big Apple, where New York Magazine’s July cover story used the banner […]