Month: October 2020

eGuide Sponsored by Elevant 3 Simple Strategies to Solve COVID Challenges As a commercial building owner, you are facing unprecedented challenges in the wake of COVID. Most notably, increased operating expenses and reduced cash flow. This guide reveals 3 strategies to overcome COVID-related challenges while cutting costs and helping tenants return to your properties. Browse
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MIAMI—Developers of mixed-use communities across the country have had to get extra creative in order to engage residents and visitors in a safe way as COVID-19 concerns continue. Those ideas have ranged from expanded outdoor dining to new amenities, and according to a source, we might even see holiday activities and performances popping up in
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“What did I expect?” asked Lorraine Bracco in the intro to “My Big Italian Adventure,” which premieres Friday, Oct. 30, on HGTV. The reality show follows the 66-year-old, Brooklyn-born “Goodfellas” and “Sopranos” actress as she renovates an ostensible dream home she purchased in idyllic Sicily, the birthplace of her grandparents, for the nominal sum of
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#realestateinvestor #realestateinvesting #rentalproperty #section8 Meet real estate investor and BiggerPockets member, Russel Brazil who uses Section 8 Housing to cash flow in an incredibly expensive and competitive real estate market! Subscribe to the BiggerPockets Channel Join the #1 real estate investing community – https://www.biggerpockets.com Use discount code ALEX10 for 10% off Pro membership – https://www.biggerpockets.com/pro
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http://www.biggerpockets.com/flippingbook Have you always wanted to flip houses but don’t know how to get started? Let this video be your introduction into the world of house flipping by sharing the 5 steps you need to follow in order to find success as a house flipper. Transcription: Hey this is Brandon with Biggerpockets.com and today I’m
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Despite the pandemic, interest still remains for new construction, especially in the warehouse/logistics sector. As the construction industry recovers from the initial impact of the pandemic, project volume is trending upward. There is still a market for new construction, especially in the warehouse/logistics sector, as well as a demand for large-scale renovations as investors seek
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Joe Raedle | Getty Images Now that more Americans can work and attend school from anywhere, they are increasingly looking to leave large urban centers for smaller, less dense cities with cheaper housing. As different real estate entities try to measure the migration, certain cities are standout destinations. Santa Barbara, California; Louisville, Kentucky; and Buffalo,
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BEVERLY HILLS, CA—Kennedy Wilson revealed that it has acquired 880 units across three multifamily properties in an off-market transaction for $198 million. The communities expand Kennedy Wilson’s multifamily portfolio focused on institutional-quality, garden-style apartment properties in rapidly growing markets across the western United States. According to a prepared statement, the company’s value-add asset management plans
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As the pandemic crunches schools’ budgets around the country, their real estate holdings may be a key to unlocking liquidity and reducing occupancy costs. “The pandemic is fast-forwarding business models that were already pivoting to take into account declining enrollments, reductions in state funding, higher debt loads and more distance learning,” stated Andy Graiser, co-president
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Forget private islands — now you rent out an entire private mountain for yourself. As part of a special one-time listing, vacation-rental company Vrbo is offering outdoor adventure seekers the opportunity to book a brand-new five-bedroom ski chalet in Beaver, Utah — along with the entire ski resort and mountain that surrounds the property. The
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In this episode we dive into flipping homes in the Richmond, VA market. A look into three different projects showing different levels of difficulty and obstacles to overcome when doing this day to day. Be sure to subscribe and comment below on other real estate topics you’d like to see covered. The Davis Group is
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Real Estate Video, This Handicap Friendly 13 Green ST Houlton ME Ranch Home Listing. Wheel Chair Ramp, Bathroom Grab Bars In Place! One Floor, 3 Bedrooms, .55 Acre Lot With 175′ Bordering Pearce Brook Waterfront! 4 Blocks From Schools, 2 Blocks From Downtown Houlton Maine Shopping Convenience! Looking For Easy To Heat, Insulated Houlton Maine
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Large coastal markets will face the most challenging path forward, according to a new special report from Marcus & Millichap. In its latest data from Beyond the Global Health Crisis fourth quarter report, Marcus & Millichap notes that Northeast and West Coast with large population centers will face the most challenges regaining normalcy following the
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Pedestrians walk past commercial real estate in Manhattan. Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images Decidedly weak quarterly earnings reports from major apartment real estate investment trusts this week paint a bleak picture for some of the largest urban rental markets. The coronavirus pandemic has caused thousands of apartment dwellers to seek safer, larger, single-family
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Today’s professional workplace is continuing to undeniably undergo a dramatic transformation. Since the onset of the pandemic, companies have been required to evolve countless practices and implement new policies for a positive impact on the industry and continued success. Companies across all industries have transitioned to full online operations, added innovative technology for streamlined processes,
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While most people are attuned to the Presidential, Senate and House races next week, there are many critical state and local issues on the ballot on Nov. 3. In a blog post Toby Burke, the senior director of State and Local Affairs for NAIOP, points to two ballot initiatives that will significantly impact commercial real
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Flipping houses can be tough, especially if you don’t have any money and you’re a total beginner. But lets say you’ve found a great home, duplex, fourplex, etc and you want it to flip it. Subscribe to my email list and get the best information. It’s bare bones. NO sales pitches, EVER. http://zc.vg/9pM5C The first
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