Over the past several years, condo development in Seattle has been relatively stagnant, with many developers—and potential tenants—having opted for apartments instead. However, it could be that things areRead more

The number of households owning at least one pet jumped 35% during the past decade to 74.1 million, according to the U.S. Pet Ownership & Demographics Sourcebook, published byRead more

Approximately 40 percent of all industrial space in the U.S. is multi-tenant industrial space. This is an incredibly significant portion of the industrial sector and demand for this productRead more

The rise of working from home, co-working spaces and increasingly harsh economic realities for millennials have thrown an unsteady light on the future of the traditional office. As moreRead more

The commercial real estate tech scene has become quite sophisticated. Once deemed slow in its tech adoption, the industry now uses a vast array of apps, drones and softwareRead more

Kiemle & Hagood Co., a Spokane-based real estate brokerage, said Denver development company Alexander Goods Depot LLC has bought the Umpqua Bank building, at 710 W. Riverside, with plansRead more

Commercial real estate bridge lending has surged in 2017 as conventional lenders tighten their qualification standards, and the already crowded commercial real estate investor market becomes even more competitive.Read more

Katerra, a technology company redefining the construction industry, today announced its plans to open a new factory in Spokane Valley, Washington, where it will produce mass timber products includingRead more

Vacancies Are Higher Rent Growth And Absorption Have Slowed — Fear Not New Units Are On The Way Read the report here.  

On August 18th, 2017, China’s State Council released new guidelines aimed at regulating the country’s overseas investments in real estate and other industries. Since the last quarter of 2016,Read more