Property Management

Office Real Estate Needs Continue To Shrink. Here’s Why …

NEWTOWN SQUARE PA – Here’s the kind of news that probably causes commercial agents, specifically those dealing in office real estate, to break out the antacids. Citrix – the company that developed “GoToMeeting” software that lets team members in distant locations talk and see each other in virtual meetings on the web – completed a …

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Slow Rebound, Higher Occupancy In 2013, Liberty Predicts

MALVERN PA – Liberty Property Trust, whose commercial real estate portfolio consists of 650 office, distribution and light manufacturing properties that serve 1,800 tenants, said Tuesday (Dec. 11, 2012) that although it expects economic conditions during 2013 to slowly improve there may be few acquisition opportunities. In his forecast for the coming year, Liberty CEO …

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Generational Tastes, Move To Smaller Homes Driving Storage

NEW YORK NY – The previously high-growth $7.4 billion market for home organization and storage has slowed down due to the housing collapse and enduring economic problems, according to “Home Organization in the U.S: General Purpose, Closet, Garages, and Storage Sheds,” a report released Monday (Nov. 14, 2011) from a market research firm called Packaged …

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Commercial Investors Face Years Of Trouble, Expert Claims

WASHINGTON DC – Real estate agents and brokers who are helping clients manage their investments need to keep them abreast of developments in multi-family and commercial property markets by staying on top of economic, regulatory, and legislative issues that affect lending, tax policy, health care and energy, Inman News Service reported Monday (May 16, 2011). …

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Market’s Now Looking Better For Multi-Family Housing Units

WASHINGTON DC – Things are looking up nationwide for growth in new and existing apartments, condominium buildings, and other forms of multi-family housing, the Washington-based National Association of Home Builders said Thursday (March 10, 2011). The association announced that two key measurements it tracks to determine multi-family trends – the Multifamily Production Index, which gauges …

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