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CRE Trends: The Drivers Behind Foreign Investment in U.S. CRE

By: Mandy Brown What makes the United States a desirable location and safe bet for foreign investors? At the Commercial Real Estate Conference 2016, Jim Hime, CFO of USAA Real Estate Company, said the key drivers for the increase of foreign investors can be attributed to the robust economy, search …

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CRE Industrial Trends: Opportunities in Shallow Bay Industrial Development

By: Taylor Cole Shallow bay industrial projects, the new lifeblood of American industrial that are also known as multi-tenant or light industrial developments, are trending in the commercial real estate industry across the U.S. as e-commerce evolves and retail deflates. “Industrial is at the top of the asset list in …

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CRE Trends: Limiting Exposure to CRE Cyber Risk

By: Mandy Brown The underlying question for cybersecurity in the workplace is no longer “will you be hacked?” but rather “when will you be hacked?” As real estate organizations respond to the demand to be interconnected and embrace technology in their developments and within their organizations, they are also exposing …

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CRE Trends: Financing Development Deals in an Uncertain Environment

By: Danielle Feroleto If the commercial real estate market agrees on one thing, it is that the financing market is experiencing continued ups, downs and regulatory changes that will continue to impact the ability for deals to secure funding. While the first half of 2016 can be characterized as very …

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Colorado Ranked No 8 Commercial Real Estate
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CO Ranks #8 Nationally CRE Development

View here According to NAIOP’s Research Foundation, Colorado ranks number 8 nationally for the economic impacts of commercial real estate for 2015. Colorado is gaining in notoriety after not even making the top 10 for the previous year. Photo credit: FreeImages.com/marina nisi

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