Facebook is Bingeing on Bay Area Real Estate

September 17, 2018
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“As Wall Street frets over a slowdown, the social media giant’s expanding property empire suggests Mark Zuckerberg has few doubts about the future.”

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NREI Third Research Survey Result Summary

July 24, 2018
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The NREI recently concluded their third research survey which explores the state publicly-traded REITs. Through their investigation, the NREI has proven five main insights–

  1. Industrial REITs are the most favored asset class
  2. Retail REITs are at the top of respondents

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?

Ocean Parkway Real Estate Phenomenon

January 31, 2018
Gerard Staudt

“A teardown or an empty lot can go for as much as $3 million,” Have you ever heard of such a thing? Head down to Brooklyn’s Ocean Parkway and behold this real estate phenomenon. The majority of these properties are

Where the New Retail Space is Being Built (Hint: It’s Not in Malls)

January 29, 2018
Gerard Staudt


Developers around the US are shifting their focus to “pedestrian-centric” retail space. These new developments aim to create a utopia of life-work balance for young adults, and even some baby boomers looking to try a new, car-less lifestyle.

These projects