Industrial real estate markets have their day in global race to red...

Rich Thompson was the kind of shopper who’d buy a dress shirt at the mall and never dreamed of ordering groceries online. That was before Covid-19. Six months into the pandemic’s disruption of the global economy, Thompson now laughs at the idea of browsing food aisles, unloading his shopping cart, waiting in line for checkout...

How the Trend Toward Remote Work will Impact Real Estate Portfolios

While certain world events have encouraged more people to work from home than ever before, there’s no reason to believe that people wouldn’t have been transitioning to remote work anyway. High-speed network connections are almost ubiquitous at this point and many people carry more than enough technology in their pockets to go to work from...

Why Is Real Estate a Great Alternative to the Stock Market?

The stock market has performed unpredictably in the past several years, rising and falling in seemingly irrational ways. While some experts anticipate rising prices for years to come, others are expressing greater concerns about an economic recession. Meanwhile, average investors in the middle are feeling more confused and uncertain than ever before. It’s no surprise, then,...

MG Developer obtains $16M in financing to complete Coral Gables pro...

MG Developer obtained $16.15 million in equity financing to complete a luxury townhouse project in Coral Gables. The developer, through Biltmore Parc Homes, is building the 10-unit Biltmore Row and the 5-unit Althea Row at 760 Valencia Ave. and 735 Almeria Ave. It broke ground in February and work is ongoing. The new financing will...

Jacksonville’s residential sector is a bright spot —but what ...

Despite several negative economic indicators for Florida’s economy, Jacksonville’s residential real estate market is still a bright spot during the coronavirus-related slump. Although Florida has been severely impacted by Covid-19 — either directly through the amount of cases or in lost economic activity — specifically in the tourism industry, the issues have not yet begun...

Top Tips and Strategies for Investing in Real Estate in Florida

Florida is the third-largest state in the US and the biggest state in the southeast. It also has the fourth-highest GDP in the country. It boasts a booming tourism industry, … Florida is the third-largest state in the US and the biggest state in the southeast. It also has the fourth-highest GDP in the country. It boasts a booming tourism...

Florida cities dominate 2020 Best Places to Retire rankings

A baker’s dozen of Florida cities rank among the Top 25 for retirees, according to U.S. News & World Report‘s Best Places to Retire in the U.S. in 2020-21 list. U.S. News analyzed data for the nation’s 150 largest metropolitan areas to assess how well they meet Americans’ retirement needs and expectations. U.S. News surveyed...

New student apartment project to get underway in College Park

Work on The Standard at College Park is getting underway as the latest private student apartment development is moving forward despite the pandemic. The development by Landmark Properties will sit at 4321 Hartwick Road near the entrance to the University of Maryland College Park and add 951 beds to the flagship campus. Work is expected...

BEST PLACES TO RETIRE IN U.S. IN 2020-21

Sarasota, FL #1 in Best Places to Retire Warm temperatures year-round, award-winning beaches and a thriving arts and cultural scene have made Sarasota a go-to place for retirees and families, not to mention a handful of celebrities. This southwest Florida region, which is about an hour from Tampa and two hours from Orlando, continues to attract...

This renovated D.C. office building will feature an old-school hands-...

Commercial real estate owners are increasingly looking to harness touch- free technology for their office tenants to help slow the spread of Covid-19, and Marx Realty is no exception. Well, maybe a slight exception when it comes to who’s doing the touching. The New York-based commercial real estate firm has kicked off a $41 million...