Why #CRE Should Pay Attention to NERDS

2016 has been the year of NERDS. We’re not talking about “nerds” portrayed in movies with thick glasses and pocket protectors. We’re talking about the five office markets that you should be keeping an eye on for strong talent, affordability, and investment opportunity. At the end of 2014, JLL presented five office markets in their current

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Charlotte CRE Sales Near $1 Billion

Commercial real estate sales nationwide hit $543 billion last year, which is not far below 2007’s all-time peak of $573 billion. That mark may well be surpassed in 2016, as industry experts predict growth of nearly 7%. The Charlotte commercial market is a major contributor to that growth. According to data from Cushman and Wakefield,

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Avison Young is Modernizing CRE

A Conversation with the Avison Young Austin Office We are honored to partner with forward-thinking industry pros Mike Kennedy and Andrew Alizzi at the Avison Young Austin office. From data to marketing to analytics, we wanted to know how technology accelerates their business. Here are just a few highlights from our chat with Mike and

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Old School or Obsolete?

First, thanks to the RealMassive team for inviting me to guest blog. The instructions were simple: write something interesting about the leasing process or technology. Hopefully this post delivers. I was recently asked when the corporate real estate industry would fully embrace technology. This is a tough question! My initial answer was that tech would

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Don’t Miss @Equalman at #SIORFWC2016

Friend of the firm and fellow Austinite, Erik Qualman, will keynote the 2016 SIOR Fall World Conference in New York. Earlier this year, we featured Erik and other CRE leaders in The New #CREcosystem, an influencer report outlining trends shaping the modern commercial real estate landscape. Erik is an internationally recognized expert in digital marketing

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Lot Full – Downtown Austin’s Parking Shortage

As Austin’s downtown office market has grown by 1.2 million square feet since 2010, the parking supply has not been able to keep up with the needs of the city’s office tenants. While the new developments downtown have added to the city’s parking supply, office space trends focused on efficiency and increased density have made

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