Some would say that the industrial sector is quite possibly the least glitzy or glamorous of all commercial real estate asset classes. There, typically, are no eye-catching architectural design features, no resort style amenities, and no ritzy, high profile addresses. Rather, industrial real estate is intended to be used just how it sounds — to … Continued
The future of work is changing to meet the demands of a modern labor force and looks vastly different than anything anyone would have imagined, even as recently as a decade ago. The culture of the traditional 9 to 5 office job is making its way toward a better work life balance — one that … Continued
Once existing industrial structures are no longer in use or have become abandoned, adaptive reuse projects can be an ideal solution to give new life to an old building, while simultaneously maintaining historic value and conserving resources. And more and more architectural firms are hopping on board with the idea — whether because of the … Continued
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 is a reform with the largest impact on real estate since the Tax Reform Act of 1986. While the material surrounding the reform is dense, it’s important to know the facts if you have, or plan to obtain, commercial real estate investments. Click below for the full story for insight from one of Voit’s CRE brokerage professionals, Patrick McCredie.
The workplace is changing in ways we never imagined. So why the flexible office? Click below for the full story for insight from one of Voit’s CRE brokerage professionals, Ryan Bracker.
Space is tight and builders are scrambling to keep up with the warehouse demand. It seems as though there is too little time to construct the facilities needed to support the growing volume and pace of the growth of e-commerce, as explained by one of Voit’s CRE experts, Bryson Lloyd.
We talk a lot about location, building conditions, & SF of CRE properties but it’s becoming increasingly important to start thinking about the next generation entering the workforce, Generation Z, as explained by one of Voit’s CRE experts, Adam Hill.
While location – location – location will always hold true when determining the right place for your retail business, there are many things to consider before signing any new lease, as explained by one of Voit’s CRE brokerage professionals, Tony Archer.
What factors are the bread and butter of an investment? Real estate investments are a great way to generate strong returns for retirement but there are important things to consider before settling on a property, as explained by one of Voit’s CRE brokerage professionals, John Viscounty.
Even if an industrial property appears to be in good shape, it is important to remember that looks can be deceiving. Before you make any sort of investment, take the time to carefully inspect the building. This list of red flags is not all-inclusive, but you can use these seven signs to help evaluate the general condition of a property before you get serious and sign on the dotted line.