Legalized marijuana has done more than ignite social debate and fueled tax revenue. It also has changed real estate market dynamics in states that have legalized sale of the drug for recreational or medical purposes.
In a recent article, The Real Estate Blog interviewed women CRE brokers on whether women are making strides in CRE. Here, the same professionals discuss how they make the mostly male-dominated industry work for them.
Women are hitting their strides and closing gender gaps in commercial real estate — a traditionally male-dominated business. But, according to a new survey by CREW Network, gaps in the profession remain.
A recent survey was conducted in which young commercial real estate brokers responded to questions about what motivates them, whether their career choices were influenced by family members, the kind of training they received, and more.
Real estate investors are responding not only to the growing potential student tenant base, but also to a demand for student housing that is, on average, outpacing supply.
The long-time real estate trend to build and expand fields, courts, pools, rinks and more to attract sports teams and their willing-to-spend parents experienced an upswing in the 2007 to ’09 economic downturn.