A U.S. District Court ruled Wednesday that the nationwide eviction moratorium is unlawful, though the Department of Justice quickly appealed.
With some calling for the repeal of like-kind exchanges, practitioners show how the misunderstood provision can be a boon for communities.
As office and retail sectors face ongoing pressure, a major reimagining of building spaces is underway.
Changes to city policies, zoning, and leasing agreements are needed to accommodate the altered commercial landscape brought on by the pandemic.
As short-term renters plan vacations, technology can help property managers ensure everyone’s comfort.
Short-term vacation rentals are working to integrate new technology and sustainability into operations and offerings.
What to ask before entrusting a commercial cleaning business for your office in a COVID-19 world.
Strong demand for multifamily rental units along with steady rent growth are bolstering the rental market.
New renters over 60 are on the rise, growing 43% from 2007 to 2017 to reach 9.4 million. By 2035, the figure is expected to double.
Led by strong demand and pricing, industrial real estate is expected to flourish in the year ahead.
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