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Innovation in Retail

Neil Golub is Sales Executive with Xceligent in the New York Tri-State area. Connect with Neil on LinkedIn: NeilGolub.

Our New York Next Generation ICSC Committee assembled a diverse group of companies to discuss “The Emergence and Impact of Disruptive Retail Concepts”. As retail faces headwinds with economic challenges and changes in consumer behavior, it was insightful to hear from these companies who have sprouted over the past few years by listening and adapting to the market.

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3 Things to Know When Negotiating a Commercial Lease

3 Things to Know When Signing a Commercial Lease

Today’s guest post is by Evan Tarver, a small business and investments writer for Fit Small Business, fiction author, and screenwriter with experience in finance and technology. When he isn’t busy scheming his next business idea, you’ll find Evan holed up in a coffee shop working on the next great American fiction story.

4 Things to Know When Negotiating a Commercial Lease

Commercial leases typically have longer terms than residential leases and have more tenant and landlord clauses. Whether you’re working with a broker or negotiating yourself, it’s important to fully understand a commercial lease before you sign as it can have a significant impact on the success of your business.

Below are the top 4 things you should know about commercial leases that’ll help you negotiate more favorable lease terms:

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Get Your Competitive Edge on Pre-Due Diligence 

Today’s guest post is by Leigh Budlong, founder of Zonability. You can connect with her on LinkedIn or email her at [email protected]

The purpose of formal due diligence is well known to all real estate professionals. We’ve all experienced either the first-hand hiring of experts to help mitigate risks or advising clients to do so. It takes time and money with results often bringing up more questions than answers.

In this age of technology, a new approach for gaining insight into important issues that can impact real estate deals quickly and efficiently is now a reality. It means leveraging technology assets to quickly and inexpensively ascertain initial answers to questions that would typically require extensive time and money during a formal due diligence process.

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CRE Brokers’ Ingredients to Success

CRE Brokers’ Ingredients to Success

Today’s guest post is by Dave Morris, CCIM, Sales Executive with Xceligent and former president of St. Louis CCIM, SIOR, Missouri Commercial Realtors, and St. Louis Commercial Realtors chapters. Connect with David on LinkedIn: DavidMorrisCCIM

 

CRE Brokers’ Ingredients to Success

What do top producers do differently than average brokers? They adhere to a discipline of hard work, market knowledge, and relationships.

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Trends and Predictions for Industrial Real Estate from NAIOP I.CON Conference

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Last week, more than 600 attendees attended the NAIOP I.CON Conference to learn more about the trends that will be impacting industrial real estate.  Topics included: the impact on possible changes in trade agreements, the development of supply chain management allowing for nearly instant delivery of products and the impact of cannabis legalization in many states.

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Telecommuting Turnaround: IBM Changes Its Tune On Remote Working

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Telecommuting or remote working enabled by technology and online access has long been a commercial real estate market worry. The phenomenon of employees skipping on commutes and avoiding distant offices has raised fears of a softening national demand of office space since at least 1996. As reported by Global Workplace Analytics, regular remote working at home among the non-self-employed population has grown by 103% since 2005. 

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CommercialSearch Integrates Realtors Property Resource

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Transformational providers of commercial real estate data don’t often find ways to interoperate, but when they do, the user benefits pile up fast.  Starting tomorrow, a notable new integration arrives: REALTOR® users of CommercialSearch’s national marketplace in commercial real estate data will have one-click access to powerful new features driven by RPR Commercial, including tax information, transaction history, and more.

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Stadium Finance: Wins On The Field Can Mean Wins For Investors

Panorama of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles (tak...
Panorama of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As Spring Training for the 2017 Major League Baseball season gets underway, our attention turns to stadium finance, a strange intersection of finance, athletics and real estate that leverages competition on-field and off.

Stadium development in the US is often subsidized by the public, meaning development risks are often shared by taxpayers in various ways, from tangible environmental impacts (parking availability, foot traffic) to the borrowing of already-strapped municipalities aiming to improve the business fitness of the areas surrounding the stadium.

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