In This Issue
The U.S. continues to be an attractive investment destination for commercial real estate investors as a result of commercial fundamentals remaining on an upward trend, boosted by solid employment gains.
The COMMERCIAL COMMITTEE agenda featured two major guest speakers on industry trends and issues with the potential for broad impact.
The COMMERCIAL LEGISLATION & REGULATORY ADVISORY BOARD led with an update from Evan Liddiard, NAR Senior Tax Policy Representative, about commercial real estate tax issues, focusing especially on the possibility of tax reform in the 115th Congress.
The COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE RESEARCH ADVISORY BOARD listened to an update and platform overview from the Xceligent™ team in response to the Advisory Board’s request at the 2016 Meeting.
The COMMERCIAL ECONOMIC ISSUES & TRENDS FORUM featured three nationally renowned economists discussing how activity in the U.S. continues to grow at a moderate pace against a backdrop of global monetary policies designed to stimulate economic growth.
The COMMERCIAL LEADERSHIP FORUM at the 2017 Legislative Meetings spotlighted a panel discussion on “Emerging Trends in Commercial Real Estate.”
The PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FORUM featured three expert panelists: Tyler Craddock, Government Affairs Director of the National Association of Residential Property Managers, Megan Booth, Senior Policy Representative at the National Association of REALTORS®, and Beth Wanless, Senior Manager of Government Affairs with the Institute of Real Estate Management®.
Photos and reactions from conversations on Capitol Hill.
We are very proud to have outstanding representation of NAR’s commercial members as Major Investors in the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC)! RPAC Major Investors are an elite and passionate group of REALTORS® who partner with NAR to shape the political future of our industry.
The Strategic Thinking Advisory Committee of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) was tasked with the responsibility to produce a report detailing the risks and opportunities in the commercial real estate industry.
View photos from the 2017 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo Commercial Networking Reception.
Despite slight easing of demand across some sectors, positive fundamentals in the economy point to modest improvement in commercial real estate activity.
It's a changing landscape for landlords and tenants. Property management and policy experts speaking at the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo in Washington, D.C., offered attendees of the Property Management Forum guidance on handling four hot-button issues.