CRE Article Roundup: The Latest CRE News and How It Affects Pros

 September 6, 2023

By  Guy Gray

It can be easy to get dismayed by negativity in the news, with the media covering risks, drawbacks and negative trends more often than positive stories and insights. The reality of commercial real estate today is more optimistic than you might think, with countless property opportunities, emerging industries and new trends worthy of consideration for your portfolio. However, to take advantage of these opportunities it’s important to stay current with market trends and updates.

Here is the latest in our series of CRE-related articles, what each means for the industry and how the right commercial real estate software can help you address them.

How To Advertise Availability Within Commercial Real Estate Properties

You can have an impressive piece of property, even better if it’s renovated and showcases the latest style trends. But it doesn’t do much when no one knows about it. So, how do you get people to pay attention to your commercial real estate space? The key is to not skimp on advertising.

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CNBC Video: Marcus & Millichap CEO Sees Media Overblowing Distress in Commercial Real Estate Sector

Hessam Nadji, President and CEO of Marcus & Millichap, discusses commercial real estate amid ongoing concerns around rising rates and credit.

The Impact of New Lease Standards on Debt Covenants

Debt covenants are restrictions that lenders such as banks and other creditors include in their lending agreements to limit the borrower’s actions. (An older article, but still very relevant.)

Small Banks Hold A Lot Of CRE Debt, But Not 70%

Smaller banks have increased their lending to the commercial real estate sector, and hold a good chunk of CRE debt. However, according to a new analysis from Bloomberg their exposure is less than previously thought in some sectors of the financial world.

CRE Lending Could Get Even Tighter If Fitch Downgrades Banks

It also suggests that the banking sector might not be as safe as federal regulators have been claiming.

Getting the details straight in the early stages of a commercial real estate transaction

While almost all mid-sized and large transactions are initiated with an LOI, a surprising number are light on detail needed

Stiles office property management exec shares how to bring firms back to the workplace

The firm is looking to offer massage services and other perks to help bring employees back to the office. CRE pros should consider implementing some of these ideas.

Curb appeal can help sell commercial real estate

Curb appeal doesn’t just apply to residential real estate. Businesses also want their surroundings to look and feel good. From the visual appeal of exteriors that draw in customers to the interior aesthetics and amenities that attract employees, having enticing environments may help businesses thrive.

To stay updated on the latest market information, trends and more, request a demo of Quarem today to see all of the benefits our CRE tool has to offer.

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About the author 

Guy Gray

Guy Gray serves as Chief Operating Officer overseeing our technology and client services teams. He is responsible for guiding Quarem application development, networking and security, as well as new client implementations.

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