January 28, 2020

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Defining Real Estate as a Service

While the traditional real estate approach sees real estate as a product, the real estate as a service model utilizes a customer-focused approach, providing a space that offers amenities, flexibility, scalability and a sense of community that keeps users coming back. Gain a comprehensive understanding of real estate as a service and its unique considerations, opportunities and challenges in a new on-demand course from NAIOP’s The Center for Education.
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Nominate Your Company for Developer of the Year

Nominations for the 2020 Developer of the Year Award – NAIOP's highest honor – are open! Share your company’s strategies for exceptional leadership and innovation in commercial real estate for the chance to be honored by NAIOP this year.
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Explore Cutting-edge Industrial at I.CON Spring

The premier industrial conference is coming to Huntington Beach, California, April 2-3. Register now to save, and secure your spot on one of the often sold-out project tours. I.CON conferences have sold out in the past!
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Graduate Students: Scholarship Deadline Approaching!

NAIOP will provide each recipient of the Diversity Student Scholarship with a $5,000 scholarship, complimentary registration and a travel stipend for CRE.Converge – the association's largest annual event – in Las Vegas. Preference will be given to students who have been traditionally under-represented in the industry. Learn more and apply by Jan. 31.
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Hear from 2020 NAIOP Chairman Larry Lance

Watch a short video and get to know Larry Lance, 2020 NAIOP Chairman. Lance is Executive Vice President - Asset Services for EverWest Real Estate Investors in Denver, where he directs the overall asset services and business plan implementation.
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What's on the Horizon for Commercial Real Estate?

Development magazine shares the findings of an October 2019 meeting of the NAIOP Research Foundation’s National Research Directors meeting that brought together NAIOP Distinguished Fellows and research directors from national real estate brokerage, data and investment firms.
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Now Offering New, Lower Course Pricing in 2020!

Have you looked at NAIOP’s online and on-demand courses recently? We’ve lowered our registration fees so professionals have the opportunity to take advantage of best-in-class education at more competitive rates.
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Deadline Jan. 30: NAIOP/Prologis Inclusion Scholarship

NAIOP and Prologis are partnering to provide a program scholarship for up to 20 individuals, helping prepare a pipeline of women and minorities for development and operations positions in commercial real estate. Apply online before the deadline – or encourage someone you know to apply!
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Showcase Your Work in Development Magazine

Have you recently completed an innovative new office, industrial, retail or mixed-use project that you’d like to share with fellow NAIOP members? The editors of NAIOP’s Development magazine would like to hear from you!
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Set Yourself Apart: Earn a NAIOP Certificate of Advanced Study

Demonstrate your command of industry core competencies by pursuing a Certificate of Advanced Study in Commercial Real Estate or Real Estate Finance through The Center for Education.
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Trump Administration Finalizes WOTUS Rule

A final Waters of the United States rule was announced last week. NAIOP has strongly supported reform that would provide greater clarity on the application of federal jurisdiction over domestic water bodies and increase the predictability and consistency of government environmental permitting decisions.
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CRE Must-reads

Clearing a Path for New Infrastructure

City Journal (Jan. 22)
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Industrial Real Estate Demand, Design and More: The Top 5 Posts of 2019

Market Share Blog (Jan. 13)
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Los Angeles Leads Nation in Industrial Vacancy

GlobeSt– Subscription required (Jan 21)
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New Rule May Speed Infrastructure Permitting

Market Share Blog (Jan. 22)
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Reverse Logistics Are a Growing Challenge for Retailers. But Here’s How They Benefit Industrial Property Owners

National Real Estate Investor (Jan. 20)
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Will 2020 Be the Year of Wood in CRE?

The Motley Fool (Jan. 22)
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