Spring 2012: A Force for Making Smart Growth Reality

Smart growth can have a significant impact on commercial property demand and values—and is often overlooked by many commercial practitioners.

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CommercialSource.com is a national listings platform owned by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and operated by ePropertyData (ePD) LLC, a Second Century Ventures wholly-owned subsidiary. What does that mean today? After four years of serving thousands of commercial real estate professionals we have received quite a few questions. Here are the answers to the top five questions...

Smart growth, which emphasizes walkability, higher density, and transportation access as ways to more effectively use land, is not a new concept. Yet, the significant impact that smart growth can have on commercial property demand and values is often overlooked by many commercial practitioners.

“When I was asked to chair the Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS’® (ACBR)...

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