CCIM Institute Commercial Real Estate Insights Series
Welcome to the Commercial Real Estate Insights series, produced in partnership with the Alabama Center for Real Estate. Our goal is to provide CCIM Institute members and other commercial real estate professionals with thought-provoking analyses to promote a dialogue about the future of the industry. We encourage you to keep the conversation going by sharing these reports with your colleagues and clients.
Developed by CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway, MAI, CRE, the reports will cover:
- national and international commercial real estate trends;
- issues affecting commercial real estate professionals in secondary and tertiary markets; and
- the evolving impact of technology.
With these reports, CCIM Institute continues its commitment to providing thought leadership at the highest level to the industry during a time of historic change.
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1Q18 Commercial Real Estate Insights Report
Entitled "Amazon HQ2: A Reset Button for Site Selection," the 1Q18 report examines how corporate relocations and expansions will occur over the next decade.
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3Q18 Commercial Real Estate Insights Report
“Adaptive Reuse: Turning Blight into Bright” represents the first step to redefine and quantify the adaptation of obsolete commercial properties for new uses as an institutional-grade product category. Highlighting projects from across the country, the 3Q18 report explores the opportunities and challenges of the new era of adaptive reuse.
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4Q18 Commercial Real Estate Insights Report
The question of the next CRE finance disruption is not a matter of when, but how. Housing might be the first thing that comes to mind, but you'd be wrong. “Commercial Real Estate Finance Disruption: Déjà Vu or Something New?” takes a deep dive into what to expect in 2019 and beyond.
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