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2017 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Report (Office/Industrial-Retail)

Is your 2018 salary and bonus package competitive? Find out with the 2017 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Report (Office/Industrial-Retail).

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2017CompensationOIRRcover

NEW! 2017 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Report (Office/Industrial-Retail-Residential)  

Book, Paid Content

Is your salary and bonus package competitive? Find out with the 2017 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Report (Office/Industrial-Retail-Residential). This is a digital download publication.

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Rules of Thumb for Distribution/Warehouse Facilities Design  

Book, Paid Content

Published by NAIOP and written by HPA, Inc., this publication is a detailed and illustrated introduction to issues that drive the design of industrial facilities. Includes best practices of truck parking, pallet storage, flooring, roofing, fire suppression systems and more.

New Releases

I.CON '18 - Follow the Freight  

Conference session

Session recording from I.CON '18: The Industrial Conference, June 7-8, 2018, in Jersey City, New Jersey.

I.CON '18 - Labor Considerations in Site Selection  

Conference session

Session recording from I.CON '18: The Industrial Conference, June 7-8, 2018, in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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Development 14: Today's Capital Markets - Senior Debt Panel

Conference session, Free Content

Many lenders have become more aggressive for new originations as they have been searching for yield in a low interest rate environment, driven in large part by the federal stimulus. Gain insight on recent and projected underwriting standards, interest rates and whether or not the lending environment will continue to improve.

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Lew Nominated to Become Next Treasury Secretary

Article

Jacob “Jack” Lew, the current White House Chief of Staff, was nominated last week by President Obama to replace Tim Geithner as Secretary of the Treasury. Lew, who was deeply involved in the negotiations with Congressional Republicans over the debt limit increase in the summer of 2011, has extensive experience on budget matters, having served as Director of the Office of Management and Budget under both President Bill Clinton and under Barack Obama. Unlike Geithner, however, he does not have experience in Wall Street banking and finance, raising concerns among some in the financial sector that he lacks the background need to implement many of the financial reforms promulgated by Congress since 2008. Despite this lack of Wall Street experience, Lew is expected to be confirmed by the Senate Budget Committee.

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The Future of Urban Industrial: Georgetown Crossroads Case Study  

Conference session

Session recording from CRE.Insights: The Last Mile, March 5-6, 2018, in Seattle.