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The Real Economy

Demographics and changing preferences could spell a different residential and commercial real estate recovery than in past cycles. But with the challenges that recovery represents also comes once-in-a-generation opportunities.

RSM Chief Economist Joe Brusuelas, and Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers’ Head of Strategy Investment and Analytics, Jim Clayton, discuss the impact of slow economic growth and rising interest rates on real estate investment; where the best job growth has been taking place; and whether foreign capital flows into the U.S. could distort the residential and commercial markets.

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Sourcing and underwriting successful real estate deals

In this video series leading professionals discuss how sourcing and underwriting real estate deals has changed in the wake of the crisis.

Plan the JV divorce upfront and early

The most successful joint ventures plan their divorce early, according to a panel on real estate transformation and value-added investing.

The WeWork phenomenon of shorter CRE leases

The traditional, 10-year commercial real estate (CRE) lease could be a thing of the past, as the industry undergoes a WeWork phenomenon.

Don't overthink and overpay for tenant improvements

Landlords eyeing a renovation of their building need a clear understanding of their future tenant to avoid overthinking and overpaying.


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