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Online retailers are moving into bricks-and-mortar locations. A new report from CBRE shows a 367% increase in online retailers opening up physical locations in Southern California over the last four years. Online retailers are seeing the benefits of having a storefront, including increased sales, better customer connection and a way to standout in a crowded
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Photo by Shutterstock. WeWork’s woes dominated the financial news last year. Now, its issues may bring more scrutiny on startups in real estate, according to Cody Vichinsky, co-founder of Bespoke Real Estate. “You see this golden child, like WeWork, that on paper looks like it’s a game-changing business model,” Vichinsky says. “Then it fails, and
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SAN DIEGO—There is no one-size-fits-all approach to successfully navigating a career in commercial real estate. However, continuing education and developing relationships across the industry are significant drivers for career growth, and can lead to new opportunities, according to industry leaders and experts at MBA CREF here in San Diego. Moderator Sharon Walker, associate VP of
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A home improvement contractor works on a house in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Suzanne Kreiter | The Boston Globe | Getty Images Americans are moving much less frequently. Mobility is actually at a record low. That is fueling strong growth in the home remodeling market. But not all renovation investments yield equal payback. Overall remodeling returns are
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Photo by Shutterstock Excuse me while I step outside of my normal role in this space of focusing solely on the net lease market. Because there is a dynamic impacting all of retail—the general market as well as net leased retail—that needs to be addressed, namely, the myth of a retail apocalypse. We have heard
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