The coronavirus pandemic took commercial real estate into uncharted waters, with the industry dreading a replay of the global financial panic — or worse. That downturn never came to pass,
As the two-year mark of the pandemic’s hold on the U.S. approaches, more signs of promise are breaking through uncertainty — particularly in commercial real estate. The current environment, featuring
Commercial real estate investment has more than recovered from its pandemic-induced slump and is slated to grow further this year, with CBRE projecting a 10% investment increase year-over-year in 2022.
Many active adult communities, which serve relatively young seniors, performed very well during the pandemic. More investors than ever before are buying active adult properties. To win bidding wars,
Record low vacancies and plenty of demand in biolab hubs are attracting CRE investors interested in alternative plays. Last week, global real estate investor and manager Hines announced that it
The outlook for the sector is so strong, investors continue to bet billions on industrial properties. With industrial real estate values at record levels and cap rates compressing by