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Articles relating to "Commercial":

As rents rise, millennials turn to dorms for adults (6/22/2017)
Co-living arrangements – in essence adult dorms that incorporate a social element shared by all renters – are soaring in popularity as rental costs rise.

Could 1031 exchanges go away? (6/16/2017)
A major commercial tax benefit that allows investors to avoid capital gains taxes when they sell a property and buy another could disappear: Some lawmakers are considering a cancellation of the 1031 exchange provision as part of a major tax-rate cut.

NAR: Commercial foreign investment on the rise (6/6/2017)
What will happen with international commercial investing? NAR’s latest survey of commercial members found an increase in 2016 deals, notably for smaller commercial properties in secondary and tertiary markets, with Fla. the top destination of choice.

Single-family rents remain strong – for now (5/30/2017)
ATTOM says mediocre wage growth and an increase in the number of rental units could slow rental cost growth. In Orlando right now, rents are “basically flat.”

Multifamily developers’ confidence dips in 1Q (5/30/2017)
New apartment and condo construction may have peaked: A quarterly builders survey found that a confidence index dropped below 50 for the first time since 2011.

Realtors upbeat about commercial real estate outlook (5/22/2017)
While commercial real estate markets face challenges, NAR convention speakers said that Realtors should be confident that 2017 will see continued growth.

Study: Fla. in top 5 for commercial development (4/11/2017)
Fla. ranks fifth nationwide, according to a commercial real estate development group – third in the retail and warehouse/flex sectors and seventh in office space.

NAR predicts stable commercial market in 2017 (2/23/2017)
Led by an improving U.S. economy, NAR predicts a slight decrease in vacancy rates in most commercial sectors. Only multifamily will see little change.

Traditional retail isn’t dead – but it’s changing (2/17/2017)
Consumers want low prices and fast delivery, so some brick-and-mortar lenders, such as Walmart, are now focusing on sales that don’t involve physical property.

3 commercial real estate trends to watch (2/13/2017)
Digital tech advances continue to impact commercial space. With retail, it’s the rise of mobile data; with industrial, it’s e-commerce distribution centers.

Judge tosses Fla. pollution notification rule (1/3/2017)
A proposed DEP pollution-reporting rule raised industry concerns over its impact on commercial property, but the judge ruled that DEP overstepped its authority.