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Economic Outlook: Why You Should Invest in STNL Retail Now

Real estate has often been described as the third leg of the stool that you should be investing in to maintain a steady, balanced portfolio. Well, investing in a single-tenant net lease (STNL)...

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Our 2019 ICSC RECon RECap

Another ICSC RECon in the books. Another chance to reflect. And another chance to look ahead.

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5 Things to Consider When Planning This Year's Real Estate Goals

While we may already be a month into 2019, it’s never too late to plan your goals for the year ahead. In the end, planning goals is less about when you do them and more about how you do them.

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5 Things You Should Absolutely Know About the Tax Reform Bill

New deductions and lowered corporate tax rates have given many employee-driven businesses an incentive to go out and hire new workers and grow their companies.

For example, deductions for S...

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What to Expect From Commercial Real Estate Development in 2018

Another year, another look at what we might expect in the world of commercial real estate development. As the economy recovered, the commercial real estate sector followed suit, and 2018 is likely...

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5 Things Driving the Real Estate Investment Market

Despite some belief that the commercial real estate sector may soon see a slowdown, investment activity expanded in Q2 2017. Overall transaction volume increased by 15.6 percent from the first...

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What's Causing the Infill Development Slowdown?

Since the Great Recession, infill development has been hot in Phoenix. Real estate prices were low and developers and businesses were snatching up land and vacant properties left and right....

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Why Some Retailers are Flourishing and Others are Floundering

It’s not difficult to find headlines today reading “Brick-and-Mortar Stores Are Shuttering at a Record Pace” or “Sears, J.C. Penney, Kmart, Macy's: These retailers are closing stores in 2017”. A...

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Where Do Cap Rates Go From Here?

In mid-March the Fed decided to raise interest rates for the second time in three months. That raised the question, where do cap rates go from here? And is this the new “normal” for interest rates?

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Clicks to Bricks: The Value in the Retail Experience

For several years now brick and mortar retailers have fret over the future of their existence due to the rapid growth of ecommerce. But not so fast my friends. Reputable online retailers like...

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