America’s Commercial Real Estate Show™ is the nation’s leading show on commercial real estate related topics. Leading economists, analysts and market leaders including show host Michael Bull share valuable market intel, forecasts and strategies. New shows every week since 2010.
Forecast and impact on cities, the economy, and commercial real estate from potential increased tax rates, increased capital gains, 1031 exchange limitations, and work from home.
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Chief Economist Beth Mace, National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) shares the latest performance and operation trends. Discussions include current occupancy rates, tenant demand, forecasts, opportunities, technology and more.
How much distress is selling? What should we expect moving forward? How long for large cities to recover? Hear Jim Costello with Real Capital Analytics and Michael Bull discuss all this and more on this episode of America’s Commercial Real Estate Show
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Trends changing? Performance adjusting? What should rents and occupancy do moving forward? Doug Ressler with Yardi Matrix, who closely observes 135 U.S. markets, shares all this and more.
Current vs Future. Urban vs suburban. Economic vs actual. Smaller vs larger.
Carl Whitaker with Real Page shares the latest performance trends and forecast. Then, Laurie Lyons shares operation strategies for owners and managers.
Michael Roessle, Director of U.S. Office Analytics with Co-Star, shares a first look at office sector vacancy, absorption, leasing and cap rates for the first quarter.
Dealing with CMBS loan issues in times like these can be perplexing. Ann Hamby and Michael Bull share workout and assumption strategies working and not working in the current environment.
What if you could fill vacant buildings while providing profitable affordable housing? Steve Shpilsky with Stay Open joins Michael Bull to share how you can convert vacant buildings to socially engaging Pod style co-living.
Chris Marinac with Janney, Montgomery, Scott shares the latest news on the health of banks including small business loans, non-performing notes, REO and availability of financing.
As humans having just dealt with Covid for a year, how should we think about current career and business decisions? (non-humans just move on) Will working in a dense environment in a large city be good for my career, psyche, and my business? How might all this impact the office sector and central business districts? Hugh Kelly, PhD shares human nature and economic history to help us make better decisions.
Rich Martin with UGA's Terry College of Business joins Michael to discuss the benefits of of their real estate program.
Jon Wiley, Ph.D. and Lynn Mckee join Michael in Studio One to discuss how a real estate degree can benefit future brokers and developers, and they offer their expertise on opportunity zones and the changing office market.
Erik Hayden with Urban Catalyst joins Michael to discuss how changes in the commercial market are affecting construction and development.
Surprising results from a recent survey of 2,500 real estate executives on their top concerns and outlook for the year ahead. Interesting consensus on recovery timing, the impact of work from home, interest rates forecast, income tax increases, and the impact of the Biden administration. Michael’s guest is Ron Gart, a partner with law firm Seyfarth Shaw.
Hear Matt DiBara share strategies to find, vet, hire and manage contractors, subcontractors and vendors. Great takeaways from his new book, The Undercover Contractor - How Not To Get Screwed By Your Contractor
Things have certainly changed when it comes to zoning and entitlement of real estate projects. It's perfect timing to repurpose properties while municipalities are looking for jobs and revenue. Patrick Fox joins show host Michael Bull to discuss how these changes impact the process and shares strategies working and not working in the current environment.
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Single tenant net lease investment property expert Nancy Miller shares the latest on cap rates, hot properties, financing and investor strategies.
Mark Mathews from NRF, the National Retail Federation, joins show host Michael Bull to share the real story on retail sales and the outlook for retail in the U.S
Will Watson with Hoar Construction joins Michael to discuss construction trends from COVID including the current and future impact on commercial real estate.
Senior Economist Barbara Denham joins show host Michael Bull to discuss the state and future of retail properties around the U.S. including a current look at New York City. Discussions include opportunities for retailers and investors. Don’t miss the forecast on when rental rates get back to 2019 levels.
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