As foreclosure well runs dry, investors look to new builds

After the financial crisis, investors began buying up foreclosure properties and renting them out. But after the foreclosure well ran dry, investors began looking into a whole new sector – new builds. HousingWire Magazine’s cover story in April outlined the growing build-to-rent sector, and the new opportunities it offers investors. Rob’s preferred picks Now, many

Real estate buyers from China, elsewhere in Asia increasingly eye Miami

Miami has clearly evolved into a thriving financial center, global gateway, hub for world class arts and culture, destination for education and healthcare, tourism juggernaut, and wellspring of prime waterfront residential real estate … and yet, until recently, the city’s relationship with the Asian market has been limited. The reasons for this include regional unfamiliarity

Neighborhood-Ecommerce Retail Centers Materialize in Unlikely Spaces

The shift to online shopping has introduced a new form of urban consumerism. Fewer trips to the mall or grocery store have created opportunities for online retailers to meet demand by utilizing forgotten urban industrial space. Pockets of warehouses, often on the fringe of metro markets, are being converted from manufacturing into distribution centers. These

Investors: We’re Ready to Spend on CRE

Investors expect to pour money into commercial real estate this year, according to CBRE’s “Global Investor Intention Survey 2017.” “The sum total of planned capital expenditure by investors is $1.7 trillion,” the report finds. “Investors will not be able to deploy all of this capital, but the figure illustrates the potential capital available for real