Sustainability is no longer "nice to have" for commercial buildings, it's essential. Learn about how some property owners and managers are meeting the demands of tenants and shareholders through sustainable practices. Plus: The versatility of the 1031 exchange; an interview with C5 Summit speaker Gunnar Branson; a business opportunity for property managers: turning around troubled assets; a picture of NAR's commercial membership, and more.
In This Issue
Charlie Oppler, 2021 President of the National Association of REALTORS® discusses the importance of individual action in the real estate business.
Retailers and building owners who've embraced creativity and communicated throughout the pandemic are faring better than others.
Gunnar Branson, CEO of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate, discusses which US cities are seeing the most real estate investment.
Over 50% of all freight is transported in the belly of passenger jets. When commercial flying virtually stopped because of COVID-19 fears, that immediately disrupted the supply chain of certain items.
Could 5G or Satellite Internet Change the Game for People Seeking Remote Work Options in rural areas?
Adaptive reuse and infrastructure represent two of the 10 issues expected to have the most impact on real estate during the 2021–2022 cycle.
Commercial real estate owners and managers are feeling increasing urgency to boost the energy efficiency of existing and new buildings.
When President Joe Biden released his $1.8 trillion American Families Plan in April, one of the ways he proposed to pay for the increased federal spending was to limit the Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 like-kind exchange deferral amount to $500,000.
The number of contractors working in buildings, and competing budget priorities, can complicate building cybersecurity.
The Clean Water Act could have a profound effect on private property rights and on commercial real estate practitioners—particularly on the development side.
New research from the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate may show that global buyers with long-term goals still have an appetite for U.S. real estate.
Three Commercial Committee members share what’s happening in their market and how they’re moving business forward.