A surge of Americans taking road trips this summer and fall is affecting the hospitality industry’s real estate.
In the absence of more comprehensive government action, understanding and effective communication with tenants is the landlord’s current best solution.
The first step is finding your direction; the rest is about reaching your destination.
The time has come for real estate owners to get creative in the pursuit of profits from their investments.
For investors looking for their next opportunity, the self-storage industry proves to be a contender.
As businesses continue to pivot and figure out the best moves for the future, it’s an ideal time for the real estate industry to think creatively and try a new plan, too.
Aside from helping the many individuals who can benefit from better access, widespread, reliable, high-speed internet access offers advantages to property owners and managers.
Suburban office buildings – particularly those in walkable locations in close proximity to retail and housing – are faring much better than both their true urban and purely suburban counterparts.
Developers don’t always have to slam on the breaks. They just need to adapt to the speed bumps.
With the challenges of the pandemic – and its economic implications – high occupancy rates may seem unattainable.