MeetElise AI-powered Software Is Revolutionizing the Apartment Leasing Experience

MeetElise is a New York City-based tech company that aims to modernize the apartment leasing experience through artificial intelligence. The company aims to streamline the leasing process for multifamily units across the US. For this purpose, it offers an AI leasing assistant with advanced conversational capabilities, unique in its field: Elise “talks to people like people.” Unlike

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The Pros and Cons of Leasing Commercial Real Estate

When you want to start your own business, or move into a new property, the question arises as to whether you should lease or buy. Which one is better?

Commercial real estate platform VTS raises $55M

Asset management and leasing platform VTS today announced it has closed a $55 million funding round, marking the largest venture funding round in the history of commercial real estate technology.

Office Space By the Desk Then and Now

While it’s not wide spread yet, there is a significant change happening in the use of large office space. In high cost office space venues, multiple business are comingling in one large office space. The walls and cubicles are coming down to open up more space where small businesses are reducing office costs by co-locating

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Lease Option Purchase a Multifamily Property

An overlooked investment strategy is seeking out lease option purchase agreements for multifamily properties. This can be a very good way to grow your investment portfolio for a small cash investment. Why a Landlord Wants to Lease Option a Multifamily Property These are small three to four unit properties that are still considered residential properties

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Commercial Real Estate – The Triple Net Lease

Some commercial real estate investors assume that most tenants are opposed to triple net lease arrangements but that’s not necessarily true. While triple net leases do shift almost all maintenance, repair, insurance, property taxes, and other costs from real estate investors to the tenants, it also lowers the rent the tenant pays. Triple net leases

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Rents Are Up, So Are Evictions

On average, nationally rents have increased 7 percent year on year while income has only gone up 1.5 percent. Over the long haul, renting has appealed to people because it was less expensive than buying. Renting has traditionally cost about 25 percent of average income compared to ownership costing 30 percent or slightly higher (according

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Trump Rio Tags Cushman & Wakefield to Manage Leasing

The people behind the development of Trump Towers Rio de Janeiro, MRP International, have just appointed Cushman & Wakefield as leasing agents for the property. The 38 story skyscraper, the largest ever office development within a BRIC country, will be opened in 2016.

Moor Park Capital Reopens Sale & Leaseback Market

Moor Park Capital Partners just announced their advising a consortium of investors toward a £700 million sale and leaseback of 12 Spire Healthcare hospitals. Specialists in corporate finance and real estate transactions, Moor Park is directed by led by Gary Wilder, Shemeel Khan and Jagdeep Kapoor.

Cole Real Estate Investments Hit Upsurge

Thirty-nine single-tenant retail acquisitions in 12 states, amounting to USD 172.2m – That’s how much Cole real Estate Investments (Cole) has garnered over the past 30 days.

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