Analysts Take a Second Look at REIT Chaos: Could this Mean BIG Buying Opportunities?

July 17, 2018
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Investors are still trying to figure out where mall investments fall on the risk spectrum. Towards the end of 2017, these spaces looked cheap enough to be promising investments. Now that REITs have gotten even cheaper, even more analysts are

Real Estate Deals are Getting the Go Ahead Without Appraisal

July 13, 2018
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New rules have been put into place by U.S. bank regulators. Your first thought might be– oh no, more regulations? But that’s not the case. Now, commercial real estate worth more than $500,000 must have “an independent third-party check on

Toys ‘R’ Us is Out — What’s Next?

July 10, 2018
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While your inner child mourns the loss of  Toys ‘R’ Us across the country… retailers are taking advantage of vacancies and moving in. Hobby Lobby, Burlington Coat Factory, TJ Maxx, and Marshalls are only a handful of the new tenants.

U.S. Malls Continue to Struggle, Small Investment Firms Bring Home the Bacon!

July 6, 2018
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Two small investment firms, Namdar Realty Group and Mason Asset Management, are taking control of malls left and right. Their aggressive low investment business strategy, in force with growing e-commerce trends, have given them the ability to be extremely successful

Ready To Get Started In Real Estate Investing? Consider This

July 3, 2018
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Are you looking to get immediate returns plus long-term appreciation on your investments? Weather you’re a first-time investor or an old pro, real estate investment has proven successful for many investors when the timing is right. Ready to get started?

2018 Performance Forecast for Top 4 Commercial Real Estate Sectors

March 13, 2018
Gerard Staudt


The four main sectors of the Commercial Real Estate industry are expected to see different levels of growth/decline in 2018. After a long economic expansion, Colliers International predicts the market hit its peak in 2017. According to economists, numerous factors

Discount Stores Defying Retail Meltdown

February 7, 2018
Gerard Staudt

Over the past year, the retail sector has been declining quickly with numerous store closures across the country. Companies hit the hardest fall under the categories of mall-based, or full price retailers. Spending trends changed during the recession, turning people

Declining Foot Traffic and Rising Vacancies Make Gyms More Attractive to Malls Across the Country

January 1, 2018
Gerard Staudt


Declining 
foot traffic and rising vacancies are making gyms more attractive to malls across the country. In prior years, the thought of building a gym within a shopping center would not appeal to many mall owners. They were thought to

Top-five tips to divest unneeded corporate real estate (Part 4)

March 23, 2017
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