August 28, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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CRE.Converge Hotel Filling Up

The hotel block for commercial real estate’s biggest event is almost full. Don’t delay in making your hotel reservation for CRE.Converge 2018, Oct. 15-17 in Washington, D.C. If you haven’t registered for the conference yet, now’s the time – rates increase after Sept. 7!
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Q3 2018 Industrial Space Demand Forecast Now Available

The forecast for demand for industrial space has risen because of increased expectations of broad macroeconomic growth and job generation for the remainder of 2018 and 2019.
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NAIOP Joins Letter Urging Speedy QIP Fix

A total of 283 groups including NAIOP are asking the Trump administration to swiftly address particular drafting errors that were made in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
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Putting Nevada on the Path to Better Infrastructure

Nevada needs to make big investments in infrastructure to keep growing its economy, but like many states, it lacks money to fund these needed improvements. NAIOP joined efforts with regional groups to help secure funding for infrastructure projects across the state.
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Mixing It Up in Midtown Houston

Development magazine explores Houston’s new Midtown Park, which offers a wide array of amenities, plus an underground parking garage, coupled with sustainability.
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Your CRE Glossary

Did you know NAIOP has a glossary of commercial real estate terms available online for your reference anytime? Bookmark the page for whenever you come across a phrase you don’t know or need a refresher.
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Industry News

Nontraditional Lenders Increase Exposures in Commercial Real Estate Debt

Lending from this group increased 40 percent last year to reach close to $60 billion.
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Using Weather Data for Competitive Advantage

A recent survey shows labor, liabilities, logistics and inventory turnover are the cost metrics most often negatively impacted by weather.
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Senior Housing Market Study: Mix of Steady Growth and Challenges

A majority of participants are optimistic that occupancies and rents will continue to increase over the next 12 months.
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