October 24, 2017

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Cautious Optimism for US CRE Market over Next 12 Months

The Fall 2017 NAIOP CRE Sentiment Index is 0.49, registering the second lowest reading in the history of the three-year-old survey. The two largest positive changes in the survey that helped keep the Index in positive territory were much greater confidence in the availability of debt and equity capital. Read More

50 Years of Leadership: Meet the Leaders Who Have Guided NAIOP

Five decades of leadership from 47 individuals – and 19,000 members today who are grateful for the men and women who have given their time, thought leadership and expertise as chairmen, guiding NAIOP and its members forward. Watch this video tribute delivered at the association's 50th anniversary celebration at CRE.Converge 2017. Read More

The Office Evolution

Share Your Expertise and Give Back to Your Industry

You understand the value of peer-to-peer learning and the importance of developing and disseminating best industry practices. Share your professional experiences as a member of NAIOP's Center for Education faculty. No travel is required, and instructors can present just one class or as many as they want. Read More

Why This Year Could Be a Turning Point for Suburban Office

Following the Great Recession, U.S. companies flocked to downtown areas to take advantage of lower rents and young employees in the urban core. But with rents now rising in urban centers and millennials growing up and moving to the suburbs, market experts are beginning to see that trend reverse course. Read More

Innovation in CRE Tech

CRE.Converge 2017 featured a special set of sessions examining the practical tech tools that can improve efficiency – and the bottom line – for CRE businesses. Catch the recaps on NAIOP’s Market Share blog. Read More

Buyers Guide

Budget Measures Aim to Set Table for Tax Reform

Members of the House of Representatives return to Washington, D.C., this week with an opportunity to move ahead quickly on tax reform after lawmakers in the Senate passed a budget resolution last week. Read More

From Obsolete Property to Modern Distribution Facility

E-commerce and urban infill are buzzwords that have quickly become the focus of industrial real estate investors and developers throughout North America. Development magazine explores how a great location plus smart design result in fast lease-up of a last-mile distribution facility on Chicago’s South Side. Read More

How to Use Big Data to Improve CRE Deal Valuation

Properly evaluating every aspect of a CRE deal requires a huge amount of information, but with the growing accessibility of big data, this process is becoming increasingly efficient. Read More

NAIOP Market Share

Industry News

E-commerce Boosts US Industrial Real Estate Market

Researchers believe rising rents and low vacancy will not lead to a potential slowdown in leasing because hot sectors such as e-commerce will continue to demand more industrial space. Read More

Houses Getting Bigger, Lots Getting Smaller

According to Trulia, newer single-family homes in the U.S. are bigger and sitting on less land than homes built in the past. Read More

Fitness Shaping the Built Environment

U.S.- and Europe-based companies in the travel and hospitality industries are testing ways to make on-the-go fitness feasible for customers. Read More

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