December 4, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Session Topics Announced for I.CON West

NAIOP is hosting two industrial conferences next year, starting with I.CON West from June 6-7. See the session topics online, featuring a special keynote with Phil Hawkins, former president and CEO of DCT Industrial Trust Inc.
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New Talent Acquisition Strategies Dominate Commercial Real Estate Hiring

Commercial real estate hiring remains steady, yet the composition of jobs is undergoing a subtle evolution while the shrinking pool of job seekers is driving new, sometimes desperate recruiting strategies, according to the SelectLeaders Job Barometer.
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NAIOP Chapter Leaders to Gather in DC

Chapter leaders: The 2019 Chapter Leadership and Legislative Retreat will be held Feb. 4-6 in Washington, D.C. Join us for compelling keynotes, valuable breakout sessions, and special events for networking and fun.
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NAIOP Appoints Jennifer LeFurgy as Vice President for Knowledge and Research

Jennifer LeFurgy, Ph.D., has been named vice president for knowledge and research, where she will spearhead Development magazine and lead the Research Foundation in identifying trends and conducting research studies related to trends and opportunities in commercial real estate.
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Submit Your Application for NAIOP’s National Forums

Build relationships and share industry experience with the brightest minds in commercial real estate. CRE professionals meet in select groups twice annually and connect online year-round. Learn more and submit your application for the National Forums program today.
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Using Big Data to Curate Personalized Experiences

The breadth of big data available is staggering, but companies are starting to find ways to utilize it, integrate it into their existing systems and software, and identify some of the potential pitfalls and privacy concerns.
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Spending, Tax Issues Remain as Washington Mourns President Bush

Republicans in the House are trying to move a tax package that contains an important fix to the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
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Cookie Cutter Environmental Diligence Doesn't Cut It Anymore

Attorneys who provide environmental support for commercial real estate law practices often work with a wide range of buyers, sellers and lenders. Development magazine explores how each of these clients has its own appetite for – and way of grappling with – the environmental liability risk.
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Industry News

As Entertainment and Tech Merge, Los Angeles’ Office Market Grows

L.A. is making strides in attracting tech talent, and it’s causing somewhat of a renaissance within the city.
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The Positive Impacts of Big Data on the Supply Chain

Along with increasing transparency and efficiency, JLL identified six likely benefits of big data across the supply chain.
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Why Do Companies Move Offices?

A recent survey of 170 executives who work at mid-sized companies in the 25 largest U.S. urban areas revealed the top factor in changing office location.
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