Connect With Us

Robert Carr

What’s Behind the Dual-Brand Hotel Trend?
Hotel developers and investors are increasingly relying on the dual-branding strategy.
How Long Will the Industrial Boom Last?
The industrial sector is hot, but will its current popularity last?
Modern Office Design Must Focus on “Sense of Purpose” Ideal
What do today's businesses look for when they are searching for office space?
Short-Term Skilled Nursing Facilities Face Higher Standards for Care
Changes in health care laws put more emphasis on quality of care at short-term skilled nursing facilities.
Industrial Sector Ends 2015 Still in Middle Innings
Property fundamentals in the industrial sector continue to improve, but the volume of speculative construction is beginning to give industry experts pause.
Do Tech Unicorns Pose a Threat to San Francisco’s Office Market?
Is the city on the verge of another bubble?
Demand for Medical Office Assets May Hit Plateau in 2016
Health care REITs may cool off on MOB acquisitions in the year ahead.
For Best Returns on Office Investment, Follow the STEM Workers
What the popularity of STEM jobs means for the office sector.
What's Behind the Recent Rise in Auto Plant Development 1
The development of self-driving cars and a trend of "reshoring" some manufacturing are two trends behind a recent increase in auto plant construction in the U.S.
Seattle Office Market On Fire with High Tenant Demand, Rising Rents
Seattle is benefiting from a diversified tenant base and an influx of technology firms from the San Francisco Bay area.
What the Middle Class Money Squeeze Means for the CRE Industry
The American middle class is losing out on both income growth and wealth growth. What will be the impact on commercial real estate investment and development?
Industrial Portfolios Compete With Trophy Office Assets for Investor Dollars
As office buildings in gateway markets become harder to buy, foreign funds go after industrial portfolios.
Time to Worry About Speculative Construction? Not Yet, Experts Say
Multifamily is the only commercial real estate sector where overbuilding may be a concern, according to market experts.
Top 5 Emerging Tech Markets 1
As office rents get increasingly expensive in San Francisco and New York, technology firms are starting to look at less high-profile markets to house their operations.
5 Most Affordable Markets for Data Centers
We look at markets where high demand from users, low cost of power and tax incentives from local governments make data center development an attractive proposition.

Connect With Us
National Real Estate Investor Related Sites

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×