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The residential boom is seeing plenty of demand for new housing, as the Seattle metro area grew by nearly 4 percent from net migration alone between 2010 and 2014,Read more

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Like-kind or 1031 exchanges are a popular vehicle for freeing up capital for property improvements, according to a recent National Association of Realtors survey. Of NAR’s commercial members, 86Read more

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The National Association of Realtors® is engaged in important advocacy work in DC to protect Section 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges. Over the past several months, NAR has been an activeRead more

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Real estate developers and investors could face challenges posed by three big issues including tax incentives and funding sources for development. Their resolution could have an impact on currentRead more

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According to a recent article from Commercial Property Executive, the U.S. continues its economic expansion with improving fundamentals, inclusive of employment growth to pre-recession levels. This, coupled with goodRead more

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A recent article in Pacific NW Magazine provides an in-depth look at the renaissance of Seattle’s Pioneer Square. “A new and sudden wave of entrepreneurs, moneyed investors and urbanRead more

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Commercial Investment Real Estate is the flagship publication of the CCIM Institute that reports on market trends and analysis, current developments in the field and successful business strategies. ReadRead more

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By Paul Bubny | National According to a recent Colliers International report, the third quarter marked another chapter in the ongoing success story of the industrial sector across theRead more

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National Association of Realtors Government Affairs policy representatives discuss the association’s efforts to prevent lease accounting changes from hurting commercial real estate. View video here.    

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Cushman & Wakefield released its second-quarter market statistics that show vacancy rates and speculative construction back to pre-recession levels in the U.S. in the industrial sector. Read more here.

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