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Demand For Wharehouse Space Recovers More Quickly Than Expected

In the Industrial Sector of Commercial Real Estate, the Warehouse and Distribution Centers sub-sector has come back from the Covid-19 shut down more quickly than expected. While transaction activity dipped in the time period from mid-March to mid-April, activity from...

Virtual Tours Of Apartments Are Here To Stay

Even as cities and communities reopen from the Covid-19 shut down, industry members do not see virtual tours and e-signing technology going away. The virtual tour was a growing component of the leasing process before Covid-19, and it is anticipated to remain around...

Hotels Look To Technology To Assure Guests And Improve Safety

Hotels are looking to technologies to improve guest safety and inspire confidence in the hotel's ability to keep guests safe. Such technologies include electrostatic spraying, Ultraviolet cleaning, AI voice technology to facilitate a touchless environment (control...

“Reshoring” Is Being Propelled Forward By Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare supply chain weaknesses. Many businesses have taken the issue to heart and are looking to bring manufacturing back closer to home. They are "reshoring". Decades of development of automation technologies and the cost of shipping are...

Work From Home May Become Permanent For Many

As a result of companies requesting or requiring employees to work from home, a long term impact may be felt in the Office sub-industry of commercial real estate. Various surveys have surfaced opinions and directional shifts of corporate executives to continue the...

Hotel Development Projects Thwarted

As the hotel and hospitality industries are hammered by the Carona Virus, associated projects have been significantly impacted. All phases of project inception and execution are impacted. Cash strapped hotel operators are pausing renovation projects, the availability...