Commercial real estate sector sees record sales in Q3

The commercial real estate sector was initially left reeling in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic as businesses shut up shop and vacated their offices. But now, it’s rapidly bouncing back, with investors snapping up record amounts of commercial real estate during the third quarter. Surprisingly though, the Wall Street Journal reports that it’s

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Tech giants expand their commercial real estate holdings

With many people working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, commercial real estate has fallen into decline as companies shy away from acquiring more office space. But that’s not so in the case of big technology firms, which have emerged as major tenants and acquirers of offices, data centers, warehouses and retail stores during

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Cannabis is driving a new real estate boom

A number of U.S. states have legalized marijuana use in the past few years, and now experts say that’s having a major impact on local real estate markets.

Warehouses Are Red Hot In Commercial Real Estate

Could warehouses become the next big thing in commercial real estate? It’s too early to say now, but such properties are becoming increasingly sought after, as more retailers eye up the lucrative world of online shopping.

Memphis Warehouse Space in Solid Demand

Memphis is known as the distribution center of America. It’s the center of FedEx’s operations. It’s home to five class one railroad operations. It’s a trucking hub as well as being the nation’s fourth largest inland port with access to the Mississippi River and more than 12,000 miles of navigable inland waterways. As such,warehouse space is constantly in demand in this distribution center that can reach any of North America’s population within 24 hours almost anywhere in the world within 48 hours.

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