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Can Average Investors Take Advantage of a New Real Estate Development Tax Break?

Opportunity zones are designated as economically distressed areas by each state and certified by the US Department of the Treasury. Investing in an opportunity zone is not for everyone, but for the right investor, it could be a once-in-a-lifetime tax break.

CRE Regulatory Review: Tariffs, Taxes, Immigration and More

Financiers and advisors weigh in on governmental actions poised to disrupt today’s mature, robust and increasingly competitive market. Nearly a decade into the economic recovery, the U.S. commercial real estate market is enjoying its longest bull run yet in terms of valuations and rents. But while first quarter 2018 was one of the busiest of recent record for transactions, the heated market created a wait-and-see attitude as the year went on.

Crowdfunding Is Lowering Barriers to Commercial Real Estate Investment

The rise of CRE-centric crowdfunding platforms promises to help individual investors overcome this barrier to entry. Whereas traditionally, CRE investment has been reserved for those who could afford a five- or six-figure minimum buy-in -- hence institutional investors' dominance of the space -- crowdfunding enables an individual to get started with as little as $5,000.

Hotels Might Be a Good Bet for HNW Investors, But Which Types Should They Focus On?

High-net-worth investors are now getting stronger risk-adjusted yields out of hotels than apartment buildings, medical office buildings or the stock market. That being said, which segments of the hotel sector hold the most potential for strong risk-adjusted yields?

The Unfavorable Side Effects of Data Center Sale-leasebacks on Property Taxes

Observers of real estate markets are becoming increasingly aware of the disruptive impact sale-leaseback transactions have when seeking real estate value. Sale-leaseback transactions have become a popular financing mechanism and seasoned real estate analysts know to be very careful when these sales show up in a data set.

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