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Commercial Real Estate News Roundup For June 15, 2015

General

 

Office

 

Industrial

 

Retail

  • Malls Are Adapting, Not Dying, BISNOW, June 9, 2015 – Vacancies flattened in 2014 while at least some shoppers tend to prefer brick and mortar.

 

Multifamily

  • The Top 10 Multi-Family Markets, Commercial Property Executive, June 10, 2015 – Southern states dominate growth in multi-family building’s construction.

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It was likely an accident but I may have learned a thing or two on my most recent trip to Las Vegas.  Strolling along from the roulette table to the virtual roulette table, then the ATM, I stumbled upon the 2013 Prudential HIT PLAY Convention being held at Caesar’s Palace. Realizing this is why NAR sent me here it was time to get to work and maybe attend a session or two.

Fidgeting through the program I noticed Terry Watson was holding his session called: Avoiding Road kill – Top 10 Stupid Things That Really Smart REALTORS® Do To Mess Up Their Lives™.  An active speaker on the NAR circuit, Terry is also an instructor for many NAR courses so I made a point to check it out.

A few subjects came up which should not be overlooked by our members, so I decided to share them below.

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Why Establish A Commercial Overlay Board?

NAR Commercial Logo

A recent post here at The Source talked about how to establish a new Commercial Overlay Board connected with your local REALTOR association.  By way of quick review: establishing a COB is the way a local REALTOR® association expresses a specialty in commercial real estate, creating an organization and resources geared away from residential practice and toward the very broad and complex world of commercial practice.

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