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Weekly CRE Update, June 30th

The pandemic has accelerated e-commerce sales. The recent rise in e-commerce sales suggests there is a need for more distribution space.

Weekly CRE Update, June 16th

During the shutdown last March, the retail sector was hit hard. One year later, the local retail sector has emerged intact, though, not unscathed.

Weekly CRE Update, June 9th

The economy is still reopening from the pandemic. Constrained consumer demand has already put pressure on prices.

Weekly CRE Update, May 26th

Owners of historic properties may contribute façade easements for tax credits. The façade easement preserves an historical structure by restricting changes to the structure (structure will

Weekly CRE Update, May 19th

“This seems to be a case of the first impression in South Florida that will likely be relied upon by other jurists as litigation regarding

Weekly CRE Update, May 5th

As we re-emerge from the Covid 19 pandemic, property owners and tenant cannot simply move forward without serious consideration of how society and the local

Weekly CRE Update, April 28th

According a article from Marcus & Millichap consumers are spending more due to the recent stimulus checks and distribution of vaccine. In March, retail sales signaled an economic turnaround.

Weekly CRE Update, April 21st

According to a recent article, the price of lumber per thousand board feet is at an all-time high, being up 193% from a year ago to $1,048.00 (vs $358.00 a year ago).

Weekly CRE Update, April 16th

The Opportunity Zone program provides tax incentives for investors who choose to invest in a Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZ). In order for an area to qualify as a QOZ it has to be in a ecnomically disressed area where tax incentives may be granted to motiviate investors.