Real Estate is a social business, so it’s ironic that so many people, within the industry, scoff at social media. While we can all agree you probably aren’t going to make the sale of a lifetime from social media, you are certainly going to get yourself out there. The power of social media is that … Continued
Very few companies view their real estate as a profit center. In the coming year, new FASB rules regarding accounting for leases should highlight your approach to utilizing real estate. Here are three ways companies can potentially profit from properties.
Finding the right property can be exhausting, but the search is just the first step in the process. The next step is often the pivotal part of a deal: the lease. The nuances of a lease can be tricky, keep in mind Landlords handle them daily and Tenants rarely. It’s why it’s easy to overlook … Continued
Chances are the next time you’re at the shopping mall, you’ll see a health clinic next to a retail store. Since the passing of Affordable Care Act, it’s been estimated, by Urban Land Institute, that 64 million square feet of additional medical space will be needed in the next decade to meet the increased patient … Continued
King of Prussia, Pa – A local real estate investor and a Jackson Cross Partner broker closed a multi-million dollar deal to celebrate the New Year. The $2.19 Million dollar deal was handled by Nick Adams of Jackson Cross Partners, who represented both the buyer, John M. Coleman and the seller, Pike Realty. The 54,000 … Continued
Jackson Cross Partners Partner Pete Davisson, SIOR, proudly presents the Annual Philadelphia Regional Chapter of Society of Industrial scholarship to Anne Rosenberger.
Equity crowdfunding is still in its infancy, but the dollar amounts raised thus far are impressive- an estimated $150 million in 2014 for just real estate projects. Dozens of sites are offering accredited investors a slice of the real estate pie. By pledging as little as $1000, high net worth people can become property investors … Continued
In this fast pace world, consumers expect services readily available at convenient locations. This mentality, along with government mandates, is forcing healthcare providers to develop new strategies for the growing patient population while reducing overhead costs. Real estate could be a financial help or hindrance in adapting to this new way of practicing medicine.
The emergence of the Single Tenant Net Leased (STNL) marketplace has largely benefitted developers and landlords. This year, however, a number of companies have changed that dynamic.
In a constantly evolving world of technology, buying behavior, pricing and competition – how much value should we be placing on these reports and predictions?