September 11, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Help NAIOP, Get Free Starbucks

The first 50 members who complete an online web exercise to help us as we redevelop naiop.org will get a $5 gift card – and will help shape the NAIOP site into a content-rich, easy-to-navigate tool. Act by Sept. 12!
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Welcome, New NAIOP Members!

More than 250 commercial real estate professionals joined NAIOP’s powerful North American network in August. Find out who joined and send a note of welcome to those operating in your regions of business.
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Sharpen your Investment Analysis Skills

Make the most of your CRE.Converge experience by attending the pre-conference course, Real Estate Investment Analysis, on Oct. 15 in Washington, D.C. The course focuses on the technical skills needed to analyze the financial feasibility of real estate investment opportunities. Additional fees and registration are required; CRE.Converge attendees and local chapter members receive discounted rates.
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What Lies Ahead for Commercial Real Estate, Part 2

Development magazine takes a look at some of the trends presenting challenges and creating opportunities for CRE in this two-part series, penned by Bill Hunt, president of Pittsburgh-based Elmhurst Group, 2012 NAIOP chairman, and current governor and chairman of the NAIOP Research Foundation.
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Warehouses in Tight Urban Spaces

Surging demand for same-day delivery of goods purchased online from companies such as Amazon has led many developers to consider adding multistory warehouses with multilevel truck courts to their portfolios.
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Fast-track Your Career with New Skills

NAIOP offers two live online courses starting Oct. 18 and 24: Advanced Development Practices and Advanced Real Estate Finance. Register now!
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House to Take Up Tax Reform 2.0

The House Ways and Means Committee plans to release the text of a second round of tax policy changes this week.
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Capstone Candidates in the C-suite

Executive recruiters, especially those who specialize in commercial real estate, often have successful, experienced leaders from the 55-plus age group come to them seeking a role that offers a concluding chapter or crowning achievement to their career. Development magazine explores how these “capstone candidates” can add tremendous value to a CRE company.
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Industry News

What the World Should Have Learned in 2008

Experts look at the factors that could impact the global response to the next financial crisis.
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As the Senior Populations Grows, So Will Demand for Medical Office Space

A recent Transwestern report states the rising demand for healthcare could increase demand for medical office space across the U.S. to nearly 226 million square feet by 2019.
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Preparing for the End of Cap Rate Compression

According to a recent RCLCO news brief, the two-decade-long era of persistent cap rate compression is near or at its end, and investors must adapt accordingly.
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