Research

E-Commerce Transforming Demand in the Industrial Sector

E-Commerce Transforming Demand in the Industrial Sector

DATE December 11, 2017 / Author


Of the 65 million square feet of industrial real estate absorbed in the first half of 2017, over 57 percent is classified as distribution and warehouse space. The overwhelming demand of this asset is attributed to recent year’s shifts in consumer spending and the explosion of e-commerce. Explore the role e-commerce is playing in today’s […]

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Mix It Up - Q&A with Mike Pakravan

Q&A – Michael Pakravan, SVP & National Director – Retail Leasing

DATE November 13, 2017 / Author


For years, landlords have attempted to find the perfect synergistic mix in their commercial properties, thus maximizing net income, reducing vacancy and finding a balance. Matthews™ SVP and National Director of Leasing, Michael Pakravan, gives an inside look at what landlords and owners should do to create their center’s signature cocktail of tenants. Click here […]

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5 Signs You Need a Property Manager

5 Signs You Need a Property Manager

DATE November 7, 2017 / Author


Being an owner or landlord is not an easy task. It can be demanding, time-consuming, and stressful. If managing your property has started to feel like a burden, it’s time to assess your options. Not sure if you should work with a property manager of the future? Here are 5 signs you might need one: […]

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Is this the worst storm in retail history?

Is This The Worst Storm In Retail History? – Grocery Industry Analysis

DATE November 2, 2017 / Author


The grocery sector has long been considered one of the lowest risk investments on the market. However, while groceries may be a necessity, grocery store chains are no longer safe in today’s market. In the article Is This The Worst Storm in Retail History? we analyze the following: • How Aldi and Lidl will affect […]

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Overruled! Fall/Winter 2017 Publication

Overruled! New Pro-Tenant Multifamily Laws in Los Angeles

DATE October 31, 2017 / Author


While face-offs between tenant advocates, property owners, and developers are common, the super-hot Los Angeles market is experiencing a raft of new laws and ordinances that favor tenants. Take a look at these newly proposed or implemented laws and ordinances that may pose a threat to your Los Angeles Multifamily investments. Click here to read […]

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