Robert Carr

Seniors Housing Professionals Worry About Inexperienced Developers Entering the Sector
Construction of seniors housing properties is up, but occupancy is flat and absorption was down at the end of the third quarter, according to industry experts.
Drone Technology Might Guide the Next CRE Investment Boom
Drone technology has become a multi-billion-dollar business, as consumer uses multiply and the U.S. military begins phasing out manned vehicle operations in favor of unmanned flights, leading real estate investors and developers to pay attention.
Investor Competition Intensifies for Medical Office Properties
Demand for stabilized medical office buildings (MOBs) and new development is on an upswing, according to market experts, with cap rates matching pre-recession record levels.
Detroit Office Market Gains Momentum with Influx of High-Tech Workers
This week two major corporations served as examples why Detroit’s office market, once the worst performing major market in the country, is now on a strong path toward resurgence.
Underground Industrial Facilities Rise in Popularity
Underground warehousing and manufacturing facilities, primarily centered in the Kansas City, Mo. market, are undergoing an unprecedented development boom.
Investors Compete for Self-Storage Acquisitions
Investors’ thirst for self-storage facilities has taken them into secondary markets in the first half of 2015.
Investors Chase Value-Add Opportunities in the Office Sector
Somewhat vacant, but still valuable office properties are in strong demand in most major markets.
Strong Demand Leads Developers to Pursue New Industrial Projects
In today’s market, developers can’t build new industrial properties fast enough to meet the demand from tenants and investors.
Demand From Technology Firm Spills Into Secondary Office Markets
Not content to have taken over every major gateway city, technology tenants are leeching into secondary office markets.
Top 5 Mid-Country Intermodal Markets
As the supply chains get shorter, more intermodal hubs are springing up around the country. Here is a list of the top five intermodal markets that are set to service the interior of the country.
Medical Office Properties Command Investor Attention
The new rules and millions of additional patients have pushed many doctors into larger practices, which are now moving into more off-campus properties.
Tech Tenants Expand Into Secondary Markets in Search of Talent
The top firms in the sector are rapidly outgrowing primary cities, and are looking at expansion in secondary college towns.
Need Big-Box Space? Good Luck, Industrial Experts Say 1
Net industrial absorption has outweighed new space completions for five straight years, particularly in the big-box segment, resulting in a significant drought of available space.
Data Centers Demand Rises as High as the Cloud(s)
About 65 percent of American adults now own a smartphone, according to Pew Research, and the cloud technology that services them has joined demand from the financial, technology, social media and health care sectors to drive up demand for data centers nationwide.
5 Secondary Office Markets to Watch
Even though primary markets continue to be in high demand among both domestic and foreign buyers, investors’ attention has been shifting to secondary markets in the past 12 months.
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