Commercial Real Estate is everywhere: your local coffee shop, industrial park, downtown main street, and even the office where you work. NAR has a broad array of resources to help you provide the best service to your clients, and to be the best in your field. From education to advocacy efforts, from networking to property data – NAR works to help you be more profitable, while protecting the commercial real estate industry.
Loosely defined, a co-working space is a site where independent professionals and freelancers—anyone with workplace flexibility and mobility—can come to work.
Commercial Connections this month features a commercial real estate expert from the REALTOR® Commercial Signature Series Speakers Bureau in every interview, article, and event. Signature Series negotiates reduced rates from top commercial real estate speakers for your commercial board gatherings or your firm’s sales meetings.
It used to be “location, location, location.” But as the economy moves deeper into the IT age, commercial real estate – at least in certain sectors – is likely to become more about “information, information, information.”
With credit sources hard to access, it seems that more businesses would turn to the Small Business Administration (SBA) and its loan programs for building acquisitions. In spite of today’s sub five-percent, 20-year, fixed loan rates however, the program battles some misperceptions and does little to promote its loans. Read the rest of this issue of Commercial Connections for more information.