Airbnb plans to start building its own rental properties



Short-term rental platform Airbnb is planning to get around its disputes with some cities over its leases by building its own rental properties.

Cushman & Wakefield Announces Global  Partnership with Technology Provider MCS Solutions



Cushman & Wakefield has announced a new global agreement with Smart Building Technology provider MCS Solutions, an Internet of Things (IoT) technology firm with over 25 years of industry experience in more than 60 countries.

Study points to hotel & office sectors as best bets for commercial real estate investment



while the same percentage say the hotel & hospitality industry will present the best opportunities for commercial real estate over the next 12 months, according to a new study by real estate investment firm BrickVest.

U.S. commercial real estate markets display solid growth



Commercial real estate brokerage firm NAI Global says the U.S. retail, office and industrial real estate markets saw healthy demand in the second quarter 2017. Rising rental rates

Sara Gougarty Named Practice Group Lead, Americas, at Cushman & Wakefield



Sara Gougarty has been promoted to lead Cushman & Wakefield’s Practice Group’s in the Americas, the firm announced today. She will be based in New York and report to Todd Schwartz, Chief Operations Officer, Americas.

Office space listings platform Truss lands $7.7M Series A round



Commercial real estate listings platform Truss has landed $7.7 million in funding in order to fuel its bid to conquer the market for smaller office spaces.

Net Lease Cap Rates Rise in Dollar Store Sector



Cap rates within the single tenant net lease dollar store sector increased by 10 basis points from the second quarter of 2016 to the second quarter of 2017 to a 6.75% cap rate.

Commercial real estate agents see incomes jump by 11% in 2016



Commercial real estate agents enjoyed a nice boost to their incomes and sales volumes last year, according to a new study by the National Association of Realtors.

Corporations relocating to urban centers, but they might regret it, experts say



Companies in the U.S. are increasingly abandoning suburban office parks in favor of urban centers, but developers say they’re concerned about what will happen if the trend persists

“Last Mile” Commercial Warehousing



Needs in commercial real estate continue changing, expanding, declining, and automating. With the closure of 100s of suburban mall anchor stores, it’s very clear that e-commerce growth is driving the decline in much of traditional retail. However

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