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Will COVID-19 kill the handshake for good?

Shaking hands has been customary in business meetings for as long as we can remember, but some experts believe the…

2 years ago

Kevin Hobbs, Toronto executive, comments: intersection of real estate and blockchain tech

You’d be hard-pressed to find an industry that has not been influenced by technology. Cryptocurrencies have made a strong impact…

2 years ago

How will no-deal Brexit impact the Proptech market?

As we loom at the tipping point of the Brexit saga, the economic consequences of which are still not fully…

3 years ago

On Crete – Success and Profit Follows Smartness and Boldness

SeaScape Luxury Residences will be expanding for 2019 owing to the successes of 2018 in a competitive Greek market of…

4 years ago

Maine and the Delicate Sustainabile Developmental Situation

Twenty years ago the primeval forests of Maine were endangered by investors aiming for short-term wins. Today, these same forests…

4 years ago

Millennials are Avoiding Careers In Commercial Real Estate — Here’s Why They Should Reconsider

Millennials interested in breaking into commercial real estate will find ample opportunity — and unique challenges.

4 years ago

Property Redevelopment Tips from Jerome Karam Portfolio, Attorney Turned Real Estate Developer

Jerome Karam is an attorney based in Friendswood who has made his name as one of the successful redevelopers in…

4 years ago

The Golden Arches are a Real Estate King

Don’t be even a little surprised if one day McDonald’s opens the first franchise on the moon or a planet…

4 years ago

Setting Goals: How Dan Ballerini Made A Name in Real Estate

Beginning with an end in mind has been a popular concept not only among writers but most especially, among people…

4 years ago

Richard Rendina Battle with Lymphoma and How it has Influenced his Property Management Concepts

Richard Rendina is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Rendina. The company has been managing Healthcare properties by helping

4 years ago