Get your whiteboards out. In this week's episode, we give a half-year 2022 commercial real estate scorecard, providing an overview of where the market is and where it could be going. In office, it was a good week for transactions and lease renewals. We also discuss the latest bank loan delinquency and origination data. Listen now. Episode Notes: Economic outlook, markets looking for direction (0:25) Layoff news and the impact (9:21) First half-2022 recap and CRE scorecard (13:33) CMBS and CMBX spreads YoY comparison (17:13) Glass half-full case for the market (23:35) Bank loan delinquency and origination data (36:28) Office transactions and renewals (38:41) Hotel green shoots (43:24) Shoutouts (47:05) Questions or comments? Contact us at email@example.com. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA MENORES 2022“UN RAYITO DE LUZ PARA CADA DÍA”Narrado por: Linda RumrrillDesde: Gran Canaria, EspañaUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 25 DE JUNIO ¿A QUIÉN TE PARECES?"Y DIJO DIOS: HAGAMOS AL HOMBRE A NUESTRA IMAGEN, CONFORME A NUESTRA SEMEJANZA; Y EJERZA DOMINIO SOBRE LOS PECES DEL MAR, SOBRE LAS AVES DEL CIELO, SOBRE LOS GANADOS, SOBRE TODA LA TIERRA, Y SOBRE TODO REPTIL QUE SE ARRASTRA SOBRE LA TIERRA. CREÓ, PUES, DIOS AL HOMBRE A IMAGEN SUYA, A IMAGEN DE DIOS LO CREÓ: VARÓN Y HEMBRA LOS CREÓ" (GÉNESIS 1:26, 27).Mi esposo y yo tenemos una sola hija, el tesoro más grande de nuestras vidas. Cuando nació, los que la conocían por primera vez decían: “¡Oh! Ella se parece mucho a su papá”. Mientras crecía, otros decían: “¡Oh! Ella se parece mucho a su mamá”. Ahora que está grande, las opiniones se han dividido. Y tú, ¿a quién dices que te pareces? Es casi seguro que la gente que conoce a tu familia empieza a buscar el parecido con ellos, y siempre habrá opiniones divididas. Pero ¿a quién realmente nos parecemos?En la Biblia podemos encontrar algo muy interesante; nos dice que fuimos creados a imagen de Dios. En el principio dijo: “Hagamos al hombre a nuestra imagen, conforme a nuestra semejanza", pero agregó algo más: “Ejerza dominio [...] sobre toda la tierra..." ¿Qué significa eso? Al crearte a su imagen, Dios lo hizo tanto en apariencia exterior, como en carácter. Te regaló la libertad de elegir y te dio una personalidad con la capacidad de pensar para tomar buenas decisiones, y la capacidad de actuar y ejercer así el dominio propio. ya existe, existe un enemigo que quiere confundirte y hacerte perder de control, y así anular la imagen de Dios en tu vida.La temperancia es un buen antídoto contra este intento malévolo de destrucción de imagen. La temperancia nos enseña a abstenernos por completo de todo lo malo, y a usar equilibradamente lo que es saludable. Te da la posibilidad de ejercer dominio sobre todos tus sentidos. Te ayuda a elegir las mejores comidas para alimentarte, los mejores videos para ver, los mejores libros y revistas para leer, los mejores amigos para compartir y los mejores hábitos que edificarán un carácter semejante al de Jesús.Parecerse a papá oa mamá es lindo, pero ser creado a la imagen de Dios es espectacular. No dejes que nada se interponga entre la imagen de Dios y tú, ni te robe la oportunidad de vivir la vida abundante que Dios quiere para ti. Me encanta saber que mi hija se parece a mí a su papá, pero sobre todo me hace feliz saber que fue creado a imagen de Dios, al igual que tú. ¿Habrá un parecido más maravilloso?magaly
In this week's episode, we discuss the five pillars that make up commercial real estate, comparing office health to what we have seen in the past for the retail market. We also talk through the latest green shoot and crabgrass headlines for both sectors. Then, looking at the multifamily market, we give an overview of the events that could pose potential risks for the market in the future. Tune in now. Episode Notes: • Market news (0:24) • Retail green shoots (9:42) • Office: impact of layoffs, rescinded offers(16:43) • Green shoots in the office market (21:33) • 5 pillars that make up CRE (24:01) • Crabgrass headlines (30:48) • Multifamily: rent stabilization (34:39) • Apartment conversions (36:15) • Deal of the week (38:02) • Shoutouts (45:38) Questions or comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
Buildings are more in demand than ever. Short supply, big demand and where are prices to go. That's right....up! How does that affect the taxes of said building and how are tenant's pro rata share of expenses treated? Listen to Bob & Jan discuss all things CRE buildings, prices, taxes, and expenses. Cost of buildings Class of buildings Taxes How are they calculated Appraisal districts Tenant expenses Protecting your client
Estoy segura que muchas veces has escuchado o leído la frase necesitas crear hábitos saludables para estar saludable. Sin embargo para que los hábitos “saludables” funcionen hay que entender primero qué es un hábito, ¿Cómo se crea?, ¿Cómo se construye? y reprogramar tu cerebro para que esto se logre. Creéme va más allá de la repetición constante. Es por esta razón que en el nuevo episodio de Ponde Dura Podcast quiero hablarte de hábitos saludables mental, físico y emocionales que estoy segura que cambiarán tu vida para bien.
This episode of the A.CRE Audio Series features Jacob Deva Racusin, a real estate professional and co-founder of New Frameworks. New Frameworks is a worker-owned cooperative focused on environment-friendly construction. An active member of the carbon leadership forum, Jacob is engaged in code and policy development, professional training, and other initiatives supporting the transition to a more just industry. Watch, listen, or read this episode to hear Spencer, Michael, and Sam speak with Deva on construction and the environment in real estate. Connect with Deva: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacob-deva-racusin-7a41603/ Learn more about New Frameworks: https://newframeworks.com/
Het leven is een geschenk. Maar het enige wat ik voel is schuld en schaamte. Als ik een boks wil geven bij de uitgang van het station als begroeting, steekt hij een hand uit. Mijn bokshand verandert in een uitgestoken variant. Maar hij heeft zich ondertussen ook bedacht en maakt er een boks van.Ons onderbewustzijn speelt steen, papier, schaar.Ik doe al een stap naar voren om het station te verlaten, terwijl hij zegt: ‘Zullen we dan maar knuffelen?' Ik draai me om, begroet zijn uitgestoken armen en we vormen een soort luchtbrug die er heel raar uitziet.Geloof me nou.Heel raar.Schuldgevoel. Om mijn eigen onhandigheid. Dat ik hem ermee heb belast. Zou ik een ander zo veroordelen om zijn onhandigheid als ik mezelf nu veroordeel? Vast niet. Toch doe ik het bij mezelf. Weet je wat het verschil is tussen een optimist en mijzelf?Een optimist ziet hoe mooi de wereld is. Maar om mijn mopperende vriend Schopenhauer te citeren:‘Maar is de wereld dan soms een kijkkast? Om te _zien_ zijn deze dingen inderdaad mooi, maar ze te _zijn_, dat is heel wat anders.'Ja. Dat is heel wat anders.‘Je hoeft niet somber te zijn. Creëer je eigen geluk.'Dat was wat iemand tegen mij zei in de koffiecorner, toen het gesprek over depressie ging.Alsof je het _zijn_ kan veranderen door er anders naar te kijken.//Een tekst uit mijn vijfdaagse mail Ontvang elke woensdagavond een mail van Tomson Darko. Over gevoelens waar niemand over praat.Ga naar www.tomsondarko.nl/ en ontvang meteen de eerste.Support the show
Știi pe câți bani a stat industria de gaming la nivel global? 195.65 miliarde de dolari! Și creșterea care urmează nu-i deloc de neglijat: 12,9% anual până în 2030! Creșterea acestei industrii a luat-o la goană mai ales în pandemie, după cum a explicat și invitatul lui Marian Hurducaș, Toma Nicolau, fondatorul agenției de gaming advertisng GG Industry, în cadrul emisiunii Upgrade 100 Live. Însă o cauză notabilă este și larga adopție a smartphone-urilor și totodată accesul facil la internet de mare viteză. La toate astea se mai adaugă creșterea popularității competițiilor de e-games cu premii colosale în bani, care la rândul lor au generat foarte mulți jucători profesioniști deveniți vedete plătite regește și căutate de branduri. Potențialul industriei de jocuri electronice nu stă numai în faimă, bani și fani, ci și în educație, medicină, film, muzică sau advertising. Pe ce se joacă lumea și unde Segmentul de mobile este cel care a dominat anul trecut industria în proporție de 40% în termeni de "revenue share". Industria se așteaptă la continuarea creșterii și aici. Ai zice că e cam game over cu consolele, dar nici vorbă. Apar mereu features noi, experiențe inedite ceea ce motivează gamerii să investească și în continuare aici. Drept urmare, offline gaming-ul a avut un total de 62% în 2021 din "devices". Bineînțeles, și va crește și vânzarea consolelor și a jocurilor destinate lor. Motivul în reprezintă oferta tot mai mare de jocuri multiplayer, dar și că au devenit niște instrumente foarte capabile de comunicare. In-game advertising. Ce este Pe scurt, in-game advertising este o nouă industrie clădită în jurul industriei de gaming. Prin soluțiile de in-game advertising orice brand are acces la modalități native de a expune brandul sau mesajul de brand într-un joc, fără se fie intruziv și deranjant. Iar asta se poate face inclusiv in timp real în cazul jocurilor online. Și pentru că ThinkDigital a lansat în România ThinkDigital Gaming Network alături de Anzu, în prezent cel mai avansat sistem de tip „in-game advertinsing”, Marian Hurducaș a dezbătut și acest concept și alături de Dragoș Stanca. Afli totul dacă dai play acestui episod. Această descriere conține date din studiul Video Game Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Device (Console, Mobile, Computer), By Type (Online, Offline), By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, MEA), And Segment Forecasts, 2022 - 2030, realizat de Grand View Research și poate fi consultat aici.
El ser humano es antes que nada un ser social y nuestros cerebros están biológicamente diseñados para estar en comunidad; para sentir que pertenecemos. En el episodio anterior hablamos de lo difícil que es hacer amigas en la adultez y en este profundizamos en por qué es importante tener amigas: porque el rechazo social, la falta de apoyo, la soledad, se siente igual que el dolor físico, y no es una exageración. Dani y Carla, además de reflexionar sobre experiencias muy personales en esta conversación, abarcan a través de referencias de libros, estudios y series de televisión las distintas situaciones sociales en las que está presente ese deseo o falta de pertenencia: las relaciones familiares o de amistad, la migración, la apariencia física, la discriminación, el bullying. Libros “What happened to you? Conversations on trauma, resilience and healing”, Bruce D. Perry, Oprah Winfrey. “Creía que solo me pasaba a mí”, Brené Brown. “El peligro de estar cuerda”, Rosa Montero. “Prohibido nacer: memorias de racismo, rabia y risas”, Trevor Noah. Series “Heartstopper” (Netflix). “This is us” (NBC). “Intimidad” (Netflix). Otras referencias La pirámide de Maslow, o jerarquía de las necesidades humanas, es una teoría psicológica propuesta por Abraham Maslow en su obra “Una teoría sobre la motivación humana”, de 1943. El experimento de David Eagleman sobre el dolor social aparece en el episodio 5 del programa “The brain with David Eagleman”: “Social Pain is real pain”. En PBS. “Whanaungatanga”, es un elemento común en todas las prácticas de sanación de la tribu de los Maori en Nueva Zelanda y se refiere a las relaciones recíprocas, la amabilidad, la sensación de conexión familiar. “Common Humanity” o “Humanidad compartida” es uno de los tres elementos de la autocompasión consciente según la autora e investigadora Kristin Neff. Grupo de Telegram Nuestro grupo de Telegram, para construir comunidad alrededor de este podcast completamente gratis. Para unirte haz clic en el link: https://t.me/joinchat/M1BzCR3IAqy81OkjKXqYdA Se trata de un espacio de valor y de crecimiento en comunidad. Será nuestra pequeña tribu de apoyo, un espacio de coraje colectivo. Todas las que se unan podrán acceder a: • Audios exclusivos: respondiendo preguntas, • Reseñando libros, películas, series y todo el contenido que consumimos y creemos puede ser de valor para ustedes. • Zoom exclusivos solo para integrantes de esta comunidad • Conversación o discusión de un tema en específico de interés para todas Si quieres sugerirnos un tema , contarnos tus historias o simplemente saludarnos puedes hacerlo en email@example.com Suscríbete, déjanos un comentario y comparte con tus amigas ¿Dónde nos puedes encontrar? En nuestra redes sociales: • Carla Candia Casado es @agobiosdemadre • Daniela Kammoun es @danikammoun y @projectglamm
David Vázquez Vidal es un emprendedor con una gran habilidad para servirle a las personas, de ponerse su lugar para poder ayudarlos. Creó un movimiento llamado Economía de vida, donde ayuda a otras personas a tener los recursos más efectivos para poner su vida financiera en armonía. Como tip de éxito nos menciona que debemos tener proyectos alineados con nuestra forma de vida. Suscribete y Visitanos en: www.RecetaDelExito.com Apple Podcast (iTunes): https://apple.co/2Igcnoh Listo para Crear tu Podcast? www.CursoDePodcastGratis.com Twitter Handle: @alexdalirizo Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/recetadelexito/ RDExito: http://recetadelexito.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexdalirizo/ Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=508313&refid=stpr Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3cmJqVs
================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == NOTAS DE ELENAMaterial complementario de la escuela Sabática para adultosNarrado por: Patty CuyanDesde: California, Estados UnidosUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church LUNES 20 DE JUNIOJACOB SE ASIENTA EN EGIPTO Poco tiempo después, José llevó también a su padre para presentarlo al rey. El patriarca era extraño al ambiente de las cortes reales; pero en medio de las sublimes escenas de la naturaleza había tenido comunión con el Monarca más poderoso; y ahora con consciente superioridad, alzó las manos y bendijo a Faraón. En su primer saludo a José, Jacob habló como si con esta conclusión jubilosa de su largo dolor y ansiedad, estuviese listo para morir. Pero todavía se le otorgaron diecisiete años en el quieto retiro de Gosén. Estos años fueron un feliz contraste con los que los habían precedido. Jacob vio en sus hijos evidencias de un verdadero arrepentimiento. Vio a su familia rodeada de todas las condiciones necesarias para convertirse en una gran nación; y su fe se afirmó en la segura promesa de su futuro establecimiento en Canaán. El mismo estaba rodeado de todas las demostraciones de amor y favor que el primer ministro de Egipto pudo dispensar; y feliz en la compañía de su hijo por tanto tiempo perdido, descendió quieta y apaciblemente al sepulcro (Historia de los patriarcas y profetas, pp. 236, 237). El secreto del éxito que tiene la influencia cristiana consiste en que ella es ejercida de continuo, y ello depende de la firmeza con que manifiesta el carácter de Cristo. Ayudad a los que han errado, hablándoles de lo que han experimentado. Mostradles cómo, cuando cometisteis vosotros también faltas graves, la paciencia, la bondad y la ayuda de vuestros compañeros de trabajo os infundieron aliento y esperanza. Hasta el día del juicio no conoceréis la influencia de un trato bondadoso y respetuoso para con el débil, el irrazonable y el indigno. Cuando tropezamos con la ingratitud y la traición de los cometidos sagrados, nos sentimos impulsados a manifestar desprecio e indignación. Esto es lo que espera el culpable, y se prepara para ello. Pero la prudencia bondadosa le sorprende, y despierta sus mejores impulsos y el deseo de llevar una vida más noble (El ministerio de curación, p. 395). El mensaje a Laodicea se aplica a la iglesia de este tiempo. ¿Creéis ese mensaje? ¿Es este el sentir de vuestros corazones? ¿O estáis diciendo constantemente: Nosotros somos ricos y enriquecidos, y no tenemos necesidad de ninguna cosa? ¿Es en vano la declaración de verdad eterna haya sido dada a esta nación para ser llevada a todas las naciones del mundo? Dios tiene un pueblo escogido y lo hace depositario de una verdad llena de resultados eternos; se le ha dado la luz que debe iluminar el mundo. ¿Ha cometido Dios un error? ¿Somos seguramente sus instrumentos escogidos? ¿Somos los hombres y las mujeres que deben llevar al mundo los mensajes de Apocalipsis catorce, para proclamar el mensaje de salvación a los que están al borde de la ruina? ¿Procedemos como si lo fuéramos? El mensaje a Laodicea se aplica a todos los que dicen guardar la ley de Dios, pero no son hacedores de ella. No debemos ser egoístas en nada. Cada aspecto de la vida cristiana debe ser una ejemplificación de la vida de Cristo (Comentarios de Elena G. de White en Comentario bíblico adventista del séptimo día, t. 7, p. 973).
====================================================SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1==================================================== NOTAS DE ELENAMaterial complementario de la escuela Sabática para adultosNarrado por: Patty CuyanDesde: California, USAUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church DOMINGO 19 DE JUNIOJACOB LLEGA HASTA JOSÉ Al llegar a Egipto, la compañía se dirigió a la tierra de Gosén. Allí fue José en su carro oficial, acompañado de un séquito principesco. Olvidó el esplendor de su ambiente y la dignidad de su posición; un solo pensamiento llenaba su mente, un anhelo conmovía su corazón. Cuando divisó la llegada de los viajeros, no pudo ya reprimir el amor cuyos anhelos había sofocado durante tan largos años. Saltó de -su carro, y corrió a dar la bienvenida a su padre. "Echóse sobre su cuello, y lloró sobre su cuello bastante. Entonces Israel dijo a José: Muera yo ahora, ya que he visto tu rostro, pues aun vives" (Historia de los patriarcas y profetas, p. 236). Faraón apreciaba la sabiduría que [José] había manifestado este en la administración de todo lo relacionado con el gobierno, especialmente los preparativos que hizo para los largos años de hambre que tuvo que soportar la tierra de Egipto. Creía que todo el reino estaba en deuda con él por la prosperidad que produjo su sabía administración, y como prueba de su gratitud le dijo: "La tierra de Egipto delante de ti está; en lo mejor de la tierra haz habitar a tu padre y a tus hermanos; habiten en la tierra de Gosén"... "Así José hizo habitar a su padre y a sus hermanos, y les dio posesión en la tierra de Egipto, en lo mejor de la tierra, en la tierra de Ramsés, como mandó Faraón. Y alimentaba José a su padre y a sus hermanos, y a toda la casa de su padre, con pan, según el número de los hijos" (La historia de la redención, p. 106). Aunque los egipcios habían rechazado durante tanto tiempo el conocimiento de Dios, el Señor todavía les ofreció la oportunidad de arrepentirse. En los días de José, Egipto había servido de asilo para Israel; Dios había sido honrado en la bondad mostrada a su pueblo; por lo tanto, el Paciente, tardo para la ira y lleno' de compasión, dio a cada castigo tiempo para realizar su obra; los egipcios, maldecidos por las mismas cosas que adoraban, tuvieron evidencia del poder de Jehová, y todos los que quisieron, pudieron someterse a Dios y escapar a sus azotes (Historia de los patriarcas y profetas, pp. 344, 345). Las castas son algo aborrecible para Dios. Él desconoce cuanto tenga ese carácter. A su vista las almas de todos los hombres tienen igual valor. "De una sangre ha hecho todo el linaje de los hombres, para que habitasen sobre toda la faz de la tierra; y les ha prefijado el orden de los tiempos, y los términos de la habitación de ellos; para que buscasen a Dios, si en alguna manera, palpando, le hallen; aunque cierto no está lejos de cada uno de nosotros". Sin distinción de edad, jerarquía, nacionalidad o privilegio religioso, todos están invitados a venir a él y vivir... "No hay judío, ni griego; no hay siervo, ni libre". "El rico y el pobre se encontraron: a todos ellos hizo Jehová". "El mismo que es Señor de todos, rico es para con todos los que le invocan: porque todo aquel que invocare el nombre del Señor, será salvo". Hechos 17:26, 27; Proverbios 22:2; Romanos 10:11-13 (El Deseado de todas las gentes, p. 370).
This is a LIVE interview with Eli Randel, Chief Strategy Officer at CREXi. 0:00 - Introduction 1:56 - Prologis acquiring Duke 4:05 - Macro look on industrial 4:55 - Strategy for investors 7:05 - Industrial vs other asset classes 8:27 - Bricks-and-Mortar 13:08 - Work-from-home 21:20 - Is it time to do a ground up development? 24:15 - Amazon maxing out warehouse space 28:00 - Interest rates 44:40 - Sitting on the sidelines 47:05 - Construction costs 49:30 - Loan defaults 55:20 - Real estate vs crypto 1:03:05 - CREXi.com About Eli: Eli leads Strategy for Crexi after 15+ years of CRE and CRE finance experience. Eli joined Crexi in 2016 following a tenure as Director of Dispositions for Invitation Homes (NYSE: INVH), where he led portfolio dispositions in preparation for the company's IPO. Previously, Eli was a Director of Capital Markets at Cohen Financial helping raise LP equity and construction financing for large commercial real estate developers. Prior to Cohen Financial, Eli helped launch Auction.com (now TenX )where he joined when his previous employer LNR Partners formed a JV with the online platform. Eli began his career at CBRE, where he spent three years as a senior financial analyst before obtaining a full academic scholarship to earn his MBA at the University of Florida. Connect with Eli: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eli-randel-6ba9153 Website: https://www.crexi.com/insights/author/eli -- ⚡ Become an Industrial Insider: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChadGriffithsCRE?sub_confirmation=1
In this special episode, we talk with Paul Hendershot, Senior Director of Market Analytics at CoStar who delivers a comprehensive mid-year 2022 economic update and forecast for the commercial real estate industry. Paul Hendershot, a frequent participant at TCN Worldwide conferences and one of our most highly-rated speakers, brings a unique skill set as a career economist in the CRE industry. He provides a broad perspective on the national economy, how the first half of 2022 is shaping up and the current inflationary environment. In today's episode, Paul focuses on three asset classes (office, industrial, and retail) and shares his insights on what's going on in the national economy. What are the key components to keep an eye on during these turbulent times? How will rising interest rates and inflation impact the overall economy? On a regional basis how are the markets currently trending and what is the outlook for the remainder of 2022? Where are cap rates headed? Which product types will thrive and which will struggle in the year ahead? Paul closes by answering several questions provided by TCN Worldwide members.
In this episode, CoreNet Global talks with Scott Weiskopf, Director of the Global Workplace Services Center of Innovation at Microsoft, about the new and innovative CRE technologies and tools enabling today's hybrid workplace.
Dr. Moira Gilchrist is the Vice President of Strategic and Scientific Communications at Philip Morris International (PMI). She has a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences and in 2006, came to PMI to help launch the company's smoke-free products, which were developed as better alternatives to cigarettes for adult smokers who would otherwise continue to smoke. Her journey to PMI was as personal as it was professional: as a smoker, she understood the potential for these better alternatives to become a breakthrough for smokers like herself who would otherwise not quit. Episode NotesMoira shares her personal and professional journey of getting a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences, starting her career in cancer research and then working in the pharmaceutical industry before joining PMI – which as she will share in this episode – was not a place she ever thought she'd work. Today, she leads a team whose job it is to translate the robust science behind the company's smoke-free alternatives into information policymakers and the public can easily understand.Ok…so getting beyond the tobacco conversation…Moira shares how she got interested in becoming a pharmacist – almost left her major – and then had a class in industrial pharmacy that redirected her and led to her getting a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences. We talk about the importance of developing communication skills and how having the backs of other women in the rooms we are in can have a big impact.Music used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound StudioAcronyms, Definitions, and Fact CheckWomen's share of jobs in the largest STEM category—Computers and Math— decreased from 44% in 1990 to 27% in 2018 and women hold the fewest share of STEM jobs in the Engineering and Surveying sector at 16%(https://extension.ucsd.edu/getattachment/community-and-research/center-for-research-and-evaluation/Accordion/Research-Reports-and-Publications/Women-in-STEM-Workforce-Index-FINAL-for-CRE-7_22_20.pdf.aspx?lang=en-US)In 2020, there were almost 6.6 million female scientists and engineers in the EU, 254 500 more than in 2019, accounting for 41% of total employment in science and engineering. By sector, women were underrepresented in manufacturing (where only 22% of scientists and engineers were female), while there was more of a gender balance in the services sector (46%). Among the EU Member States, the proportion of female scientists and engineers varied widely in 2020, ranging from 52% in Lithuania, Portugal and Denmark to 30% in Finland and 31% in Hungary. (https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-eurostat-news/-/edn-20220211-2)"Lean In" by Sheryl Sandberg. https://leanin.org/bookNeuro Linguistic Programming - a pseudoscientific approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California, United States, in the 1970s. (Wikipedia)
In this podcast, we will discuss insights, ideas, and learnings around recruiting and retaining top talent in the corporate real estate (CRE) world and how culture can play a role. Join Procore & JLL as they discuss the current talent shortage and how owners can use culture to overcome it. In this webinar we will: -Share the guiding principles of top talent recruitment -Discuss the role culture has begun to play in talent retainment -Demonstrate how our industry can operationalize to build great teams -Walk through personal learnings and predictions for the future.
From the Atlanta area, Jake Marmulstein is an entrepreneur and business executive with a variety of experience, including ERP to SaaS, digital marketing to education technology, and hospitality to real estate. He has advised executives of early-stage companies, lead operations and finance, product, sales, and customer success efforts. In his current operating role, Jake is the Founder, President & CEO of the Real Estate Investment Tech SaaS company Groundbreaker Technologies. He made the initial angel investment, completed key hires, established selling, financial and operational systems, lead a Series Seed-round of financing, and continues to grow the company. Jake received his bachelor's degree from Cornell University, where he emphasized hospitality and minored in real estate. He studied abroad in Rio de Janeiro and at Cornell was involved in grant writing for grassroots community service organizations while also forming a non-profit peer-to-peer mentorship organization. Jake has worked abroad in London, Madrid, Rio de Janeiro, and Puerto Rico and has a working proficiency with Spanish and Portuguese. Stay tuned and listen to how Jake Marmulstein shares his knowledge on the future of Real Estate Syndication through their Groundbreaker Technologies. [00:00 - 04:29] Groundbreaker Technologies: How to Scale Your Real Estate Investment Business Jake started his CRE investment career in 2011 at Watermark Capital Partners, a hotel REIT in Chicago He co-founded Groundbreaker, a software platform for real estate syndication, and began to build it out The platform is now used by real estate operators to raise money and manage their deals Jake has experience in software development and engineering, which helped him build the platform [04:30 - 12:19] Groundbreaker Partners with JV Equity Partners to Bring on Larger Deals Jake shares that they were able to get press coverage for their solution after building a basic version on the web. This helped them to attract interested prospects, which led to them being able to pay their office expenses with revenue from their solution. They are looking to build a comprehensive ecosystem of services that will help their customers grow and be successful. [12:19 - 17:20] Groundbreaker Software Introduces Education Program to Help New Class of Real Estate Syndicators Succeed Knowing that operators don't do deals alone, Jake and his company study carefully what that experience has to be and build a feature that allows people to do deals with each other without the problem where they share the data from their own investor list with the other group. They Don't want to be a CRM system or an email marketing system, but instead an investor management software. Jake notes that they have overcome alignment within the organization, but it's really hard to be able to work with people who aren't yet successful at doing a deal. [17:20 - 18:45] Closing Segment Jake Marmulstein, CEO of Roundbreaker, offers listeners a three-month free trial of their annual subscription if they type "Bricken" into their website's request form. Jake also recommends LinkedIn and Roundbreaker's website for contacting him. Reach out to Jake See links below Final words Tweetable Quotes "At the end of the day, were we going to be a financing system, were we going to be software? We can be both and really fielding those all structuring my questions and doing customer discovery." - Jake Marmulstein “It's real estate syndication. There's some complexity in doing that. Even marketing yourself to investors and building your investor base requires you to have an investment thesis and understand who the investor is that you're going after.” - Jake Marmulstein ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Jake Marmulstein on LinkedIn. Visit their website Connect with me: Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Jake Marmulstein: if you're an operator and you're looking at who can be the best partner for you. You want to surround yourself with companies that are gonna really care about where you are now and help you to scale as you continue growing to set objectives that are mutually beneficial for both of you so that they have a vested interest in your success. [00:00:21] Sam Wilson: Jake began his CRE investment career in 2011 at watermark capital partners, a hotel REIT in Chicago, and after struggling to raise capital for his own deals, he found a groundbreaker a software platform for real estate syndication, Jake, welcome to the show. [00:00:47]Jake Marmulstein: Hey man, pleasure's mine. [00:00:49] Sam Wilson: There's three questions. I ask every guest who comes on the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? How did you get there? [00:00:58] Jake Marmulstein: So when I studied at Cornell university an undergrad, I did a real estate minor. I graduated, worked in the city government of Rio de Janeiro doing foreign investment promotion. And that's where things all started for me. Now I'm in. Chicago, Illinois as a CEO and founder of groundbreaker technologies, a real estate investment management software company. And I got here by getting the experience, the basic experience that I needed. Throughout my early corporate career to identify there is a pain in the space for a lot of real estate operators experiencing it first myself, and then going to the market and looking at the way different firms were dealing with the problem. And I just, started with 10 grand in my bank account and the dream. [00:01:48] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. I love that. Do you have a background in software development, engineering, anything on that front? [00:01:56] Jake Marmulstein: I have friends. [00:01:58] Sam Wilson: All right. I liked that. I liked that. So tell us, how did you from concept to getting the idea hatched and built? Give us that quick story, because I think this is compelling for a lot of people that are sitting on ideas and don't necessarily know where to start. [00:02:12] Jake Marmulstein: So the, when, when groundbreaker was conceived as a idea, it was the first step frustration. And then there was changes in legislation, such as the jobs act, which pushed real estate platforms that were technology driven to do crowdfunding and market themselves pretty widely. So you think of like fundraise and Realty, mogul and Realty shares, and groundbreaker. Started basically as a result of some of that, we came into the market and said, well, there's a lot of people that are raising capital and underwriting deals, but the software in this technology to infrastructure is still needed.Is there going to be a world in which everybody has a technology and they're raising money from their own investors or crowdfunding, or, how's this all going to play? And we saw that the technology is needed in the space. And it's just a matter of time before all real estate operators will be tech enabled to have a system that they can use with their investors. So that raising money happens over in electronic means data and information is no longer stored in Excel. And that's the vision that I had when all of that was happening. it's a combination of laws that were changing and just the times, and, consumer behavior where people are moving towards using more digital solutions to interact with financial technology, looking at banking, brokerage, all of it is going towards having a login and a portal. So you can check your information from your phone. Why not real estate? [00:03:52] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Yeah. That's a, that's, you're absolutely correct. So what were some of the first steps you guys took in building this out? Having friends, but then going all right now, we're gonna develop a software. Now we're going to bring on team members. Now we got people to pay salaries, payroll, like how did all that work? And then when did you say man, this thing's actually gonna make money. [00:04:12] Jake Marmulstein: So that part was a little bit more nebulous when we began. We had a vision and that vision was strong enough to get people to come on board and spend their time working with us without having to necessarily take a salary. So we had equity in the early days, they were giving to the talent that came and built the product for us. And then we use that vision to convince. Reporters to talk about our solution. After we had a very basic version up on the web. And so we got press, which gave us free advertising, which brought in a lot of interested prospects to our website. And I would feel the calls and talk to them about their problems without actually knowing what the solution was going to be at the end of the day. Where we going to be a financing system where we're going to be a software where we can be both and really fielding those calls, structuring my questions and doing customer discovery. There's a course that Steve blank does called customer discovery. If you're ever going to start a company, you should absolutely take that course because the process to understand the customer segmentation and their pain points. Helps you to be able to chart the course on which problems you want to solve and which problems you don't want to solve and for whom. And so we identified that the problem was while people wanted access to capital, there was also a segment of the market that wanted better systems to be able to manage the capital that they did have. And so looking at the way that the market was moving. And the risks associated with being the capital provider and underwriting all those deals. We wanted to move in that direction of being a technology provider. And so we use that vision to sell those early prospects were really interested in what we're doing to pay us, $500 a month for the software and pay us an implementation fee to get it started. And so really we use that vision, that dream to sell people on the product before. We really had much of a product built by making them early customers and helping them build the product with us. And then it took me about Six months of not taking any salary and the business, really not making any money, just, paying its office expenses in order for us to crack through some revenue that resulted in a distribution to the partners. [00:06:34] Sam Wilson: I liked that. That's a lot of the way that people who are starting out in, especially building teams early on as the active. Sponsor or investor. A lot of us start out that way where it's like, Hey, we're all going to get together. And we're going to, we're going to put our heads together and work really hard. And then it might be six, nine months or a year before we crack the nut and actually begin started making the money. So I like, that's not an unfamiliar chart or an unfamiliar territory for many of us. Tell me, you said there that you guys were trying to decide early on whether or not you want to do. Finance company, or you want to be a technology, you guys went into technology, but yeah, one of the things you and I talked about off air was that you guys are looking to build a comprehensive what you call it, a comprehensive ecosystem of services. Can you break some of that down for us? [00:07:17] Jake Marmulstein: Yes. So the real estate operator who uses groundbreaker and we focus on is a small to mid-size. Syndicator that may have a couple of deals that they've done using Excel. And they're mostly communicating with their investors through email. Maybe they use Dropbox or a CRM system, and they want to formalize their business and be more professional and more efficient by using a solution like groundbreaking But also these folks don't have a well-established network or relationship with capital partners and services. So there's other solutions that we can provide as a business to be able to make that experience of going from. One to two deals to 10 deals or 20 deals or $2 million sized deals, $10 million sized deals, easier and more scalable for the company that's working with us. So when I say the services ecosystem, if you're an operator and you're looking at who can be the best partner for you. You want to surround yourself with companies that are gonna really care about where you are now and help you to scale as you continue growing to set objectives that are mutually beneficial for both of you so that they have a vested interest in your success. And groundbreakers is doing that for the sponsors that we're working with by having a long-term vision where we rolled out. Different services that are embedded into our core product and our system so that you can get everything you need from us, whether that comes from legal or underwriting or capital or insurance, or even help operationally on the deal. Because we are a technology company that's providing that infrastructure, that layer to organize your business. But once you're using us, you're also. We're also, in a way, partnering with you because the more that you grow and the more deals you do on groundbreaker, the more successful you are as a customer, the more we're we are successful, the more you're likely to bring on other deals or other customers to us. So we want all of our customers to grow up and supporting them through those services as a way of helping them. And it's also a way of us creating additional revenue opportunities for the business. [00:09:40] Sam Wilson:What's it been like, cause each of those sound like their own siloed kind of business, if you're bringing on, JV equity partners and getting to know those people out there that are looking to joint venture, but don't want to necessarily be the active sponsor. And now you're building out a technology platform and then you're connecting all of those. What's that actual process like and how do you silo those and perfect each of those without distracting from your corporate. [00:10:04] Jake Marmulstein: That's a great question. And we've thought about that a lot as we worked on piloting some of those services and getting initial traction from them, our core business is to bring on. Early in up and coming real estate syndicators that want to build and scale their business. On top of groundbreaker looking at us as a partner, that's going to help them to grow and the way that we impact growth through the. Other services is mainly by partnering with best-in-class providers and allowing those partners to have access to customers so that they can render their services and the customer can get value when they need it. So an example of that would be. One of my clients is doing a $12 million deal. It's one of their first larger deals. Initially when they began with us, they were doing smaller deals, like $3 million, $4 million deals in C class with C class assets, C class locations. And they really proved themselves out over the last two years and build their business. And they were successful in turning a lot of those assets. But now they want to swing for larger size deals. And their investor base is also confident to be able to invest more capital in them at this point. But they're going to need some additional capital to be able to fund some of these larger acquisitions. And by having that relationship with groundbreaker, we're able to know where they are in their cycle, what they need. So we've told them about our programs. Okay. They're entering into those services by giving us the information on their deal, and then being able to have calls with our equity partners, to be able to source capital from them and see if there's a fit amongst the investors that we can bring to the table. [00:11:59] Sam Wilson: That's really a really unique. Are there any other elements of the kind of tech platform that you guys are thinking about or building out or see things coming down the pike that you say, Hey, this is this something we're considering? And here's ways that we plan on implementing it? [00:12:14] Jake Marmulstein: Well, we're doing a co-sponsorship is the really big one. We know that. Operators don't do deals alone. A lot of them work with others. So we're studying really carefully what that experience has to be and building a feature that. Allows people to do deals with each other without the the problem where they share the data from their own investor lists with the other group, because a lot of sponsors, care so much about that investor list that they've worked so hard to build. And even though you're partnering with someone and you trust them, you still want that data to belong to you and only yet. So that's one of the big ones. And then we don't want to be a CRM sister. We're an email marketing system. We're an investment management software and we're going to continue being best in class in that. Whereas the CRM is going to be integrated into groundbreaker so you can continue to use your active campaign or your HubSpot or whatever CRM use, but it'll sync the data with our system so that those triggers. Anything else that you're running in those campaigns can be run in tandem with what happens on groundbreaker [00:13:30] Sam Wilson: right. that's really cool. And that's one of the things that. Finding those integrations, I'm going to use that word. I'm not a tech guy, so you'll have to forgive me is that I can barely send an email, but I know that the integrations, when they work smoothly makes life so much easier. And I think that's what we're seeing is across the web and everything else is just all these different programs that we have to use because each one specializes in its own thing. But if they don't integrate and talk, it's like. This is really frustrating. So that's really cool that you guys are solving that problem. What are some challenges that you guys are facing right now that are not maybe have you stumped, but certainly have you scratching your head? Go, gosh, how are we going to overcome this? [00:14:10] Jake Marmulstein: No, that's a great question. Until recently it's been. Focus on focusing on the core customer segment that we're dealing with and understanding what you know, what to build in for whom. But we've really overcome that alignment lately within the organization. It's really hard to be able to work with people who aren't yet successful at doing that. And we want to be able to serve those operators and help them. But a lot of them just don't have there. There's just a lot more that they need to be able to be successful. And we can't address those needs in the market. So we want to be able to be a big and successful company that serves a lot of operators, but we just have to stay focused on the operators Actually can, can value our help and use it to be able to build and scale their business. So I think a lot of the people that may be listening to this call would be appropriate. But there's many people that are entering the space as beginners who, haven't done a deal yet. And that's a real challenge is figuring out a way it is, I would love to figure out a way to work with them, but unfortunately I don't think we can. [00:15:25] Sam Wilson: Yeah. You can't be all things to all people. That's a, that's certainly true. And I think that's an interesting point you make.Cause you want to be able to find a way for people to adopt your software early on. You want to build to bring them on and say, Hey man, come in, come into the fold, get to know us as you grow. Won't this be great. But it also sounds like you also don't want to be the baby. Saying. Okay.] All right. Let me teach you all about what you're doing and how to raise capital and how to use this. And it just, it sounds like there needs to be some level of not just rudimentary, but some sophistication involved before somebody can really adopt what you guys do. [00:16:00] Jake Marmulstein: Yeah. It's, real estate syndication. There's some complexity of doing that. Even marketing yourself to investors and building your investor base requires you to have an investment thesis and understand who the investor is that you're going after. And it's, it is a beautiful thing what's happening right now in the world. I think that the market that we're in right now is growing significant. More people who are working nine to five jobs in the corporate world, or working from home and exploring ways to invest in real estate. People who are commercial real estate brokers are figuring out, Hey, why don't I invest, and do my own deals. There's a lot of people that are entering the market and will be entering the market and in the future. And I think we're in a good position to be able to help all those people, but there needs to be a base level. Education program. And, we work with groups like Jake and Gino and Joe Fairless and other types that are helping to educate that a new class of real estate syndicators. So I'm hopeful that those guys will continue to be the babysitters for the market if you will. [00:17:10] Sam Wilson: Yeah. That's absolutely right. I absolutely love it, Jake. Thanks for taking the time to really break down what groundbreaker does, the problems you can. Are seeing and solving in the marketplace. I think that's really cool. You're building something that I think even across is as can fairly familiar with, everybody has competitors and I'm fairly familiar with even some of your active competition. And I think you guys are doing some things very differently that are solving problems, maybe that other people aren't in the marketplace.So that's absolutely cool. I love it. Jake, , Hey, so one of the things that you offered to our listeners to this show certainly appreciate it. I found it here was that if you're listening to the show and you type in the word BRICKEN, when submitting a request or your website, you can get three free months of groundbreaker when you sign up for an annual subscription. So, Jake, thanks for offering that up to our listeners. Certainly appreciate that. And last question for you here. If our listeners want to get in touch with you and learn more about you, what is the best way to. [00:18:02] Jake Marmulstein: Please add me on LinkedIn, Jake Marmulstein, and also go to our website groundbreaker.co. And if you fill out a demo request form, then we'll be in touch with you and you can go over our software and learn about your business. [00:18:16] Sam Wilson: Awesome. Jake, thanks for your time today. I do [00:18:18] Jake Marmulstein: appreciate it. Thanks Sam. I appreciate it as well.
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Welcome to the Managing CRE Risk podcast, where we believe that if you can identify, understand, and manage risk, you can take huge leaps in your CRE journey and find more success along the way. Today, Jeremy talks about our last episode with our great guest, Axel Ragnarsson. In that conversation, we discussed how to make sure that your operations process is as functional and well set up as possible. Now, we would like to share some of the key takeaways from the interview. Join us and learn more about managing CRE risks and unleashing your profits at shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk! “If you do things while you have control over them, even if it feels a little early, you're much better off than reacting to a crisis.” Our last guest was Axel Ragnarsson, an investor with a lot of properties in New Hampshire, Indianapolis, and Florida. He's a property manager and an operator with over 300 doors in his portfolio. In that conversation, we mostly talked about how to create functional and well-set-up operations, and now we'd like to share some of the key takeaways. You have to have your reno budget and your CaPex figured out right from the beginning and stick with it as best you can.Be conservative with your underwriting and raise 15% more capital. The last thing you want to do is go back to your investors for more money. Make sure you get your renovation done quickly.If you do all your renovation upfront you know the exact cost and don't have to budget for it later. This way you can control the risk by controlling the environment. Set clear expectations and have good communication with your property managers.Look out for the red flags in a property manager. The 3 main red flags are using bad softwares, getting bad referrals, and unclear communication.Set your communication requirements with your property management company and set clear expectations from the very beginning. This is how you can mitigate the risk. How do you manage your operations process? What makes it successful? Share with us on social media! Mentioned in the show: Shineinsurance.com Jeremy's LinkedIn www.shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk The REI Clarity Framework Need an instant insurance ballpark for your next Multifamily deal?! Answer 9 simple questions and we'll give you a sense of what insurance should be. Visit us here for everything you need to know: https://www.shineinsurance.com/ballpark/ If you enjoyed this podcast, there's a couple of things we need you to do right now: SUBSCRIBE to Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts While you there, please RATE & REVIEW the show SHARE with friends Finally, please, JOIN the Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk Facebook Group Then, please share the show with whoever you think it will inspire. Until the next time, We truly appreciate you listening. Need the CRE Insurance Guy? More great stories & information at: Youtube – Blog – Podcast If you enjoyed this episode, then you'll love these ones: 117: Tips For Better Multifamily Operations, With Axel Ragnarsson 115: Manage Risk Like A Large Business 112: Quadrant Of Risk
8 de junio | Nueva YorkMe dice eso un crío y lo apuñalo. Bienvenido a La Wikly.Leer esta newsletter te llevará 7 minutos y 14 segundos.🇺🇸 Un fiscal encerradoPor Emilio DoménechLo importante: Chesa Boudin, el fiscal reformista del distrito de San Francisco, fue destituido este martes tras sufrir una dura derrota en el referéndum organizado para apartarlo del cargo.La alcaldesa de la ciudad, London Breed, debe ahora nombrar a un sustituto antes de las elecciones generales de noviembre.Contexto: Boudin ganó las elecciones a fiscal del distrito en 2019 como parte de un movimiento de candidatos a fiscalías que pretenden reformar el sistema de justicia criminal en Estados Unidos. Varios han ganado elecciones de forma reciente en ciudades como Los Ángeles, Philadelphia o Chicago.Según sus líderes, el movimiento nació para contrarrestar las “respuestas fallidas al crimen” que a lo largo de las últimos años han provocado masificación en las prisiones y discriminación contra minorías y pobres.En el caso de San Francisco, Boudin venía de ser abogado de oficio y entró en la fiscalía de la ciudad con la intención de implantar reformas trascendentales. Principalmente:Eliminó las fianzas en efectivo que en general penalizan a los pobres, incapaces de pagarlas para evitar entrar en prisión antes de sus juicios.Aumentó la supervisión de la policía para procesar a los agentes acusados de abusos o de conducta inapropiada.Creó una comisión para analizar posibles condenas erróneas.Desincentivó el encarcelamiento masivo de criminales no-violentos para desviarlos a programas de rehabilitación o de supervisión judicial.Las medidas coincidieron en el tiempo con el inicio de la pandemia, cuando los crímenes violentos se dispararon en todo el país. Específicamente, en lo que refiere a la violencia armada y los homicidios.Es algo que ya analizamos aquí.Explícamelo: con el aumento del crimen, Boudin y otros fiscales reformistas como él empezaron a convertirse en objetivo habitual de los medios y políticos de derechas.Boudin era una víctima más fácil todavía porque San Francisco sufre desde hace años una grave crisis de personas sin hogar y de consumo de drogas que ayuda a asentar la narrativa de que partes de la ciudad están sumidas en la anarquía.Con la pandemia, en San Francisco también se produjo un aumento destacado de los robos y de los hurtos, amén de campañas organizadas para robar en tiendas céntricas de la ciudad.Algunos ataques de odio contra ciudadanos asiático-americanos recibieron mucha atención mediática. Hay miembros de la comunidad que creen que Boudin no hizo lo suficiente contra los perpetradores —o que ha metido la pata a la hora de hablar de alguno de esos ejemplos.Y en uno de los casos más destacados de los últimos dos años, un hombre con varios arrestos previos que la fiscalía de Boudin evitó enviar a prisión por un robo armado acabó matando a dos mujeres cuando conducía ebrio un coche robado.Es en ese contexto en el que nace la iniciativa de destituir a Boudin. Todo, con el apoyo de demócratas moderados, figuras republicanas y multimillonarios que han vertido millones de dólares en la campaña para acabar con Boudin.En Forbes tienen un buen repaso del dinero que se ha vertido en esta carrera (y de dónde viene)Todos esas instancias aportaron imágenes fáciles de vender como “estas son las consecuencias de las políticas reformistas-progresistas de gente como Boudin” que cadenas como Fox News han sabido aprovechar a la perfección.Pero la realidad es que solo algunos tipos de crímenes aumentaron desde la llegada de Boudin. Muchos solo reflejaban las mismas tendencias que se han visto en el resto del país.Los crímenes violentos en la ciudad se mantienen en mínimos históricos salvo por los tiroteos y los homicidios, una tendencia similar (e incluso mejor) a la de otras ciudades de tamaño parecido, según un análisis del San Francisco Chronicle.Y los casos de violencia contra asiático-americanos o de acusados que la fiscalía evita enviar a prisión y luego cometen crímenes más graves son anecdóticos. No se corresponden ni con el balance general ni con el objetivo del movimiento reformista.Porque esa es quizá la mayor clave. El movimiento reformista del sistema de justicia criminal pretende implantar medidas que cambien el statu quo de dureza contra el crimen porque creen que no ha funcionado en las últimas décadas.Pero definir todo el movimiento por casos concretos de San Francisco que ni tan siquiera definen las tendencias generales de la ciudad es muy injusto. Sobre todo, sabiendo que el pasado político de San Francisco no es precisamente progresista.Ni qué decir que muchas de las lacras de San Francisco que se le atañen ahora a Boudin, como la crisis de personas sin hogar, o son estructurales o competen a otros departamentos municipales como los que supervisa la alcaldesa, una London Breed que ha preferido dejar que Boudin asuma el peso de sus responsabilidades.El periodista Ronald Brownstein lo resumía a la perfección: “La reforma del sistema de justicia criminal lleva tiempo, pero es posible que a los votantes se les esté agotando la paciencia”.Más información en The Atlantic.🛂 Frenar la inmigraciónLo importante: la vicepresidenta estadounidense Kamala Harris anunció este martes tres proyectos de inversión de empresas privadas en Centroamérica con el objetivo de frenar la inmigración.El anuncio se produjo en el marco de la IX Cumbre de las Américas, un evento que reúne a los mandatarios del continente desde 1994 para tratar temas diplomáticos y comerciales de importancia a nivel continental.Explícamelo: los anuncios forman parte de un plan de Harris conocido como Llamada a la Acción que tiene como objetivo principal atajar las causas económicas y sociales de la migración centroamericana a Estados Unidos y desalentar a los jóvenes a abandonar sus hogares.El primer anuncio es una inversión privada de 1.900 millones de dólares por parte de 10 empresas y que incluye la expansión de redes de móviles, la promoción de pagos digitales y la creación de hasta 5.000 nuevos puestos de trabajo.Por otra parte, Harris anunció el lanzamiento del programa In her hands (traducido, En las manos de ella) que implica la capacitación de más de 500.000 mujeres y niñas en habilidades laborales básicas y de agroindustria.Finalmente, se presentó al Cuerpo de Servicio Centroamericano (CASC), una iniciativa de 50 millones de dólares que será administrada por la Agencia de Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional (USAID) con el fin de dar a los jóvenes de El Salvador, Guatemala y Honduras una ruta laboral.Contexto: la Cumbre de las Américas es un evento que ha suscitado algunas controversias regionales, sobre todo desde el momento en el que el anfitrión, Estados Unidos, descartó invitar a los representantes de Cuba, Nicaragua y Venezuela alegando que no cumplen con los estándares democráticos requeridos.En respuesta, países como México, Bolivia y Honduras declinaron su participación, un hecho a destacar considerando que este último es uno de los países objeto de las nuevas políticas anunciadas por Harris.Más información en Reuters.🇲🇽 Gana MorenaLo importante: el partido del presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador consolidó su hegemonía en la mayor parte del país este pasado domingo después de que sus candidatos ganaran en cuatro de las seis gobernaciones que se disputaron en las elecciones regionales.La participación fue de entre el 40 y el 55.6 por ciento del total del padrón.Explícamelo: los candidatos del oficialista Movimiento de Regeneración Nacional (Morena) y sus aliados, Partido del Trabajo y Verde Ecologista de México, se impusieron en los estados de Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo y Tamaulipas.Con estas victorias, Morena y sus partidos aliados ahora controlan 22 de los 32 estados del país. ¿Y ahora? Tras estas elecciones, el espacio político de la oposición ha quedado reducido a diez entidades a nivel nacional. Sin duda se trata de una posición en extremo vulnerable para los rivales de AMLO de cara a las elecciones presidenciales de 2024.Más información en Excélsior.🗳 Monitor electoral📈 Yellen y el Banco Mundial esperan que la inflación elevada persistaThe Wall Street Journal (en inglés; 8 minutos)🇮🇱 El plan de Netanyahu para recuperar el poder en Israel: vota en contra de sus puntos de vistaThe New York Times (en inglés; 8 minutos)🇫🇷 Claves del complicado tablero político para las próximas elecciones legislativas en FranciaEl País (en español; 6 minutos)🇨🇴 Amazonía: la vida en juego. El llamado de expertos ambientales al próximo presidenteEl Espectador (en español; 4 minutos)👾 En el DiscordUn retazo de Maricopa Land@MargaretS comparte una entrevista de dos estrellas de primer nivel: Zendaya y Andrew Garfield. Only the best content.En otro orden de cosas, este miércoles vuelve Miércoles Gringo con titulares desde Hollywood y Silicon Valley. Lo podrás seguir aquí a partir de las 20:00 hora peninsular española.Y sobre mí, por fin he visto la Top Gun original para poder ver la secuela antes de que la quiten de las salas premium tipo IMAX, que es donde quiero verla. Creo que no esperaba ver una película tan sencilla, pero es verdad que el cine de los 80 siempre fue un poco así. Tengo ganas de ver qué han pensado para la segunda parte después de ver semejantes críticas. Ya con Creed me hicieron callar. Aquello era un peliculón.Comparte esta newsletter con amigos y familiares para que la lean de forma gratuita. ¡Y así nos ayudas a que nos conozca más gente!Feliz miércoles, This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.lawikly.com/subscribe
More about Yieldeasy and Jeff GopshteinYieldeasy is a marketplace to buy & sell small apartment buildings.Having spent 7+ years in institutional real estate investing and private equity, Jeff ventured off into the entrepreneurial world and is building Yieldeasy to help mom and pop investors acquire small balance CRE. Jeff's previous work experience also includes capital markets, development, and property management. He's bought and sold single family rentals during the pandemic which gave him the idea for this business. Follow Jeff on Twitter Connect with Jeff on LinkedIn Follow Yieldeasy on Twitter Checkout Yieldeasy
In this week's episode, we dive into bearish comments from Jamie Dimon, Fed announcements, and inflation data. We give a "CMBS 123," hitting on primary market news, spread movement, and changes in delinquency rates. We discuss Elon Musk's comments about the return to work and then examine other office news. In noteworthy CRE stories, we touch on crabgrass and green shoots for shopping centers, large retail loans, food and beverage operators, and office vacancies. Tune in now. Episode Notes: • Market update (0:21) • CMBS spread movement (6:47) • Delinquency rate (14:29) • Retail (19:21) • Retail credit stories (24:27) • Return to office? Elon Musk's take (28:07) • Office stories (31) • Shoutouts Questions or comments? Contact us at email@example.com. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
Written by Rakesh Kishan and Stuart Langdon This article will highlight the ways in which corporate real estate (CRE) leaders can develop a sustainable strategy for success, requiring fundamental rethinking of five key workplace elements: people safety, people productivity, portfolio flexibility, technology-driven workplaces, and stewardship of sustainability. Real estate leaders will have to work with peers across IT, HR, and procurement finance, and with C-Suite/division heads, to reinvent the workplace in a post-pandemic world. Nevertheless, in constructing new workplace norms and protocols, not only does real estate have a seat at the table, real estate figures prominently at its head.
You asked, we delivered. In this exciting episode, hosts Phil Tarrant and Scott O'Neill give the latest update on a commercial property buy with Phil as the real-life client and Scott as the commercial buyer's agent. After almost half a year of scouting property markets across the country, Phil finally unveils the location of his CRE purchase, with Scott giving us an exclusive look at the inner workings and strategic considerations that went into the deal. The duo discuss the importance of dotting the i's and crossing the t's before a commercial property buy, including doing due diligence about the property's location, weighted average lease expiry, potential vacancy loss and outgoings. They take it a step further by giving insights about the property's potential earnings, future market trends, and the adjustments Phil has made to his portfolio after his latest buy and touch on how the latest election results will impact the commercial property market. Want to learn more about this unique journey? Follow Phil and Scott's buying process by listening to the episodes below! The 101 of buying commercial property through an SMSF The purchasing process unveiled
Author: Davis Wells Still figuring out what you're going to do with your team? Or rather, where you're going to put them? Yeah, join the club. Hybrid work is the hottest topic in corporate real estate (CRE) right now, and if you've been on LinkedIn recently, you know exactly what I mean. There are tons of passionate arguments weighing both the pros and cons of the hybrid work model – but very few of them are actually backed by data.
Ce jeudi 2 juin, Audrey Maubert a présenté le Journal de l'économie dont voici les premiers sujets : Électricité, menace sur l'hiver ; les recommandations de la CRE concernant le prix de l'énergie ; les États-Unis vont vers un "ouragan économique". Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
About the guestHeidi Klotzman is the award-winning Founder and CEO of Baltimore-based HeidnSeek Entertainment, LLC (HNS), a company recognized for its excellence in marketing businesses and special events and booking live music and DJ talent. Her creative direction of HNS has become synonymous with Baltimore's events and promotion culture. She has cultivated tens of thousands of professional subscribers into her entertainment guide and advises them on what to do.Klotzman has been acknowledged as one of the Most Influential Professionals in the Baltimore event field by Baltimore Magazine's Power Issue, The Queen of Clubs by The Baltimore Sun, a Top Professional Under 35 by b newspaper and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, a Rising Star by Baltimore Business Journal and Living Classrooms Foundation, an Emerging Leader by The United Way of Central Maryland, a Very Important Professional Under 40 and Leading Woman by The Daily Record, a Woman of Power by E Media, a Woman of The Year nominee by The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, a Spirited Woman Giving Back winner, a Philanthropik Philanthropy award winner, a Community Game-changer by Cre-a-TV, and nominated as one of the Largest Contributors to the Local Music Scene by the Maryland Music Awards. She's also been interviewed by Medium, Baltimore Style Magazine, and Jmore Magazine.Klotzman has appeared on the ABC2 Midday Maryland show as an ongoing Events Contributor, WCBM Radio for Women Talk Live, Baltimore CityBizList as a featured CEO, KHZTV Radio with Gina Geppi Social Scene, Port Covington for The Future of Charm City and Deep Dive panels, her alma mater Roland Park Country School on the young women's entrepreneurial and diversity panels, her alma mater Goucher College on the Subject of Leadership talk, the Media and Marketing panel at Baltimore Next Media Web Festival, Motor House for the Women In the Industry panel, the Baltimore Music Conference for the Women in Entertainment Panel, the Successful Revolution Conference panel, and Maryland's New Directions to share her experience as an inspirational entrepreneur. She has also contributed as a writer to Wedding411 Magazine and Mobtown Music Guide and published a book of poetry entitled Circadian RhythmThe Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★
Welcome to the Managing CRE Risk podcast with Jeremy Goodrich. On the show today, we have one of the behemoths in the CRE world, a returning guest, Brian Burke. Brian has been investing in real estate for 30+ years, he has tons of doors in his portfolio and he's a contributing member to the Bigger Pockets community. In our conversation, he gives us insight into how risk works in his portfolio, how he thinks about it, and how he navigates it. Learn more about Brian and his journey at shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk! “Nothing gives you a better education than experience. And especially bad experiences.” 4:10 At the beginning of the show, Brian talks about how he gained experience in real estate investing. According to him, adversity and difficulty are the greatest education and through them, we can gain a lot of experience. During his long career, Brian realized that the best way to mitigate real estate risk is to not have too much debt and not be over-leveraged. His advice for new investors to avoid over-leveraging is to slowly keep expanding their base of investors and always invest within their means. “When you have a property that goes up in value as quickly as in this market, you have to sell it and cash in.” 14:44 Brian explains the most significant external pressures on investors in the current market. The biggest risk is labor shortage. It's difficult to find good people to manage properties. Intense demand for income real estate is causing prices to run up incredibly high. According to Brian, in this market, it's very easy to sell properties as everything is appreciating fast. His advice for buyers is to be thoughtful about the assets they buy. Some assets still make sense to acquire because the rents are also going up tremendously. About Our Guest, Brian Burke Brian has acquired over 800 million dollars worth of real estate over a 30-year career including over 4,000 multifamily units and more than 700 single-family homes, with the assistance of proprietary software that he wrote himself. Brian has subdivided land, built homes, and constructed self-storage, but he really prefers to reposition existing multifamily properties. Brian is the author of The Hands-Off Investor: An Insider's Guide to Investing in Passive Real Estate Syndications and is a frequent public speaker at real estate conferences and events nationwide. Mentioned in the show: https://praxcap.com/ Brian Burke - The Hands-Off Investor His LinkedIn Shineinsurance.com www.shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk Jeremy's LinkedIn Need an instant insurance ballpark for your next Multifamily deal?! Answer 9 simple questions and we'll give you a sense of what insurance should be. Visit us here for everything you need to know: https://www.shineinsurance.com/ballpark/ Special thanks to Brian Burke for taking the time to share so many great insights with us If you enjoyed this podcast, there's a couple of things we need you to do right now: SUBSCRIBE to Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts While you there, please RATE & REVIEW the show SHARE with friends Finally, please, JOIN the Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk Facebook Group Then, please share the show with whoever you think it will inspire. Until the next time, We truly appreciate you listening. Need the CRE Insurance Guy? More great stories & information at: Youtube – Blog – Podcast If you enjoyed this episode, then you'll love these ones: How To Passively Invest In Real Estate, With Brian Burke Define & Achieve Your Desired Outcome, John Blanton 110: 3 Silos Of Risk
In this week's episode, we examine the mixed-bag of retail earnings reports and what it means for the market. We talk about office maturities, stories focused on "vacate and terminate," and the sentiment that the office market may be facing "death by a thousand cuts." Finally, we dive into single-asset, single-borrower transactions and explain the trends seen with those CMBS deals. We also find out what Lonnie would do if he wasn't in CRE and discuss what he would name his startup company... Episode Notes: • Stocks, economy, market news (0:23) • Thing 1 & thing 2 in the market (5:25) • Mixed bag of retail earnings (8:52) • ICSC retail conference sentiment, interview with Stephanie Cegielski (16:58) • Retail stories (22:47) • Office maturities (28:07) • Office crabgrass (34:20) • Trading Alert: NY office loan extension (41:46) • Single-asset, single-borrower issuance (43:13) • Shoutouts (49:08) Questions or comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
Welcome to the Managing CRE Risk podcast, where we believe that if you can identify, understand, and manage risk, you can take huge leaps in your CRE journey and find more success along the way. Today, we have an interesting topic to cover. We talk about what risk managers do in huge corporations, and how you can implement their processes into your own business. We guarantee that this episode will shift your concept of how risk works on your properties. Join us and learn more about managing CRE risks and unleashing your profits at shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk! “Whether you have a risk manager or not, these five steps should be happening in your business.” Even if you have a small business, you can implement the processes that risk managers do in big corporations. Today, we share with you 5 steps that you should take when you're navigating the risk with your portfolio. Risk identification.Look at your properties, contracts, and your relationships with other people and identify where are the weaknesses in your systems. Risk impact.Review the physical, relationship, external, and system risks you just identified, and try to understand their impact on your business. Prioritize.Find the biggest, most impactful issues in your business that need to be solved the fastest. Manage the risk.Address the issues you prioritized and find the solution for them. Monitor the situation.Now, that you solved the most impactful issues, make sure to monitor them over time. Go through this cycle over and over again. In big corporations, risk managers go over this list at least once a year, but sometimes every quarter. So now, we encourage you to go through these 5 steps to manage the risk in your business. Share your insights with us on social media! Mentioned in the show: Shineinsurance.com Jeremy's LinkedIn www.shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk The REI Clarity Framework Need an instant insurance ballpark for your next Multifamily deal?! Answer 9 simple questions and we'll give you a sense of what insurance should be. Visit us here for everything you need to know: https://www.shineinsurance.com/ballpark/ If you enjoyed this podcast, there's a couple of things we need you to do right now: SUBSCRIBE to Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts While you there, please RATE & REVIEW the show SHARE with friends Finally, please, JOIN the Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk Facebook Group Then, please share the show with whoever you think it will inspire. Until the next time, We truly appreciate you listening. Need the CRE Insurance Guy? More great stories & information at: Youtube – Blog – Podcast If you enjoyed this episode, then you'll love these ones: 112: Quadrant Of Risk 110: 3 Silos Of Risk 108: Success Is Built On 3 Es
Welcome to the Managing CRE Risk podcast with Jeremy Goodrich. Today, we have Heather Ewing, a seasoned CRE broker, on the show out of Madison, Wisconsin. Heather works primarily in retail and restaurant and she shares how to attract the best tenants and find the best deals in the triple net world. We also talk about how to properly structure leases and how the retail space is in the current market. You don't want to miss out on this episode! Learn more about Heather and her journey at shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk! “I bet on people's wins, not losses. I want people to be successful.” 04:40 Heather has lived in Madison, Wisconsin for over 45 years, so she deeply understands the real estate scene. At the beginning of our conversation, she explains how the market works and why it's an excellent place to invest in. Even though Madison is a tertiary market, it has a big university and it's also the state capital city which brings in a lot of retailers and restaurants. Heather explains how to successfully mitigate the risk in the retail market as a new investor. Align yourself with a great lender. SBA loans have a much better interest rate. Find a good broker with a niche in retail. Look into different grants in your state or nationwide that can help with your business. Focus on how you structure the lease. A good broker relationship can help you figure out what the market rate is as this is usually not public knowledge. “A lot of times you can gain the market knowledge by getting out, hitting the streets, and asking questions.” 19:13 Heather shares some mistakes she sees people make in the triple net space. Many new investors don't get an attorney who is familiar with CRE to negotiate the lease, which can cause many problems in the long term. Another common mistake is not working with service providers who are niched in the investor's specific asset class. At the end of the conversation, Heather talks about a couple of entry points for new investors who want to come into the retail space. Go to different events in the area you are interested in and network with experts. Be active on LinkedIn and social media and make connections with brokers. About Our Guest, Heather Ewing Heather Ewing combined her expertise in Retail Brokerage in downtown Madison and Dane County with her creative capabilities to provide a unique and unparalleled service to Tenants, Owners, Developers and Commercial Investments. Utilizing this experience, Value-Added options for Clients and her role in $151M+ New and Redeveloped Mixed-Use. Ewing utilizes her 40+ years of living in the Madison area to provide site selection beyond demographics adding the layering of areas history of various eclectic neighborhoods and suburbs and the shopping trends. Clients are guided through the entire brokerage process receiving referrals for attorneys, lenders, etc. as needed. Additionally, this extends into Developments, sharing methods for effective and efficient leasing, building suggestions, and various value-add marketing and branding options. Mentioned in the show: www.abstractcommercialrealestate.com Her LinkedIn Her Phone Number: (608)-239-4781 Shineinsurance.com www.shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk Jeremy's LinkedIn Need an instant insurance ballpark for your next Multifamily deal?! Answer 9 simple questions and we'll give you a sense of what insurance should be. Visit us here for everything you need to know: https://www.shineinsurance.com/ballpark/ Special thanks to Heather Ewing for taking the time to share so many great insights with us If you enjoyed this podcast, there's a couple of things we need you to do right now: SUBSCRIBE to Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts While you there, please RATE & REVIEW the show SHARE with friends Finally, please, JOIN the Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk Facebook Group Then, please share the show with whoever you think it will inspire. Until the next time, We truly appreciate you listening. Need the CRE Insurance Guy? More great stories & information at: Youtube – Blog – Podcast If you enjoyed this episode, then you'll love these ones: 113: 1031 Exchange In Kansas City, With Alex Olson 111: Answers To Inflation, With Hunter Thompson 112: Quadrant Of Risk
This episode is brought to you by AREP, American Real Estate Partners. CEO of the Community Preservation Corporation Rafael Cestero and Kirk Goodrich, President of Monadnock Development, talk about Biden's Housing Action Plan. Cestero and Goodrich host a podcast called "The Housing Problem" -- which is available here: https://thehousingproblem.com
Zach Roesinger explains why CRE brokers are so important and dispels some common misconceptions about his work. Many real estate investors don't even think about the role brokers play in the commercial real estate process, but a great broker can mean the difference between a solid, properly vetted deal, and one that falls apart at the finish line. In this episode, Zach Roesinger shares an inside look at the role CRE brokers play in the industry, discussing topics like the fiduciary duty of brokers, the importance of integrity and relationship building, and the licensing process for all brokers. Zach also describes the process of becoming a successful CRE broker and offers advice to listeners who are interested in exploring this career. Zach Roesinger is the Co-Founder of the CRE Pro Course, and is the Director of Real Estate Acquisition and Development at Galvanized Holdings, LLC. He specializes in opportunity zone real estate acquisition, entitlement and zoning, and construction management of new build projects, as well as 1031-Exchange consulting and third-party capital placement in quick service restaurants and franchised businesses by providing risk-adjusted returns to investors. As a sales leader for Trulia and Zillow, Zach “cut his teeth” outbound cold calling ( >250 calls/day), closing large deals with some of the largest brokerages and real estate teams in the United States. Key Insights: Commercial real estate licenses How to break into commercial real estate brokerage To list or not to list a commercial property Why integrity matters for brokers Becoming an expert on different property types The one-to-many mentality Subscribe to this podcast to build your healthy financial foundation through expertise, insights, strategies, tactics, wisdom, and inspiration from Alpha Investing's community of professionals, advisors, investors, and members: Apple - Spotify - Google - TuneIn - Stitcher - iHeartRadio Guest Bio: Zach Roesinger is the Director of Real Estate Acquisition and Development at Galvanized Holdings, LLC. He specializes in opportunity zone real estate acquisition, entitlement and zoning, and construction management of new build projects, as well as 1031-Exchange consulting and third-party capital placement in quick service restaurants and franchised businesses by providing risk-adjusted returns to investors. Zach has traveled to over 100 countries and worked on 5 continents for companies like LVMH, Newmark Knight, Cloudera, and Montegra Capital. As a sales leader for Trulia and Zillow, Zach “cut his teeth” outbound cold calling ( >250 calls/day), closing large deals with some of the largest brokerages and real estate teams in the US. A polyglot who is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, Zach has built sales teams that leveraged automation and proven sales techniques, teaching heavy hitters to focus their efforts on out-of-the-box solutions to complex commercial real estate deals to provide their customers and clients with unparalleled sales experiences. Resources: Real Wealth Real Health Alpha Investing email@example.com CRE Pro Course Connect with Zach on LinkedIn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's episode, we dive into the latest on consumer sentiment, which declined in early May to the lowest since 2011 as persistent concerns over inflation dimmed Americans' views on the economy. We also examine retail earnings reports, showing a slump in many major retail stores, yet a top performance from home improvement stores. In weekly CRE news, we review negative office stories and hotel transactions.
TAKEAWAYS – Life. Lessons. Learned. Every month, NAIOP hosts a breakfast panel featuring experts and community leaders. This month, the focus is economic development and commercial real estate in Nevada. After a brief intro of the program that I recorded, you will hear the panelists themselves and the program in its entirety! I hope you enjoy! Commercial Real Estate and Economic Development To kick off the panel, Tina Quigley, President and CEO of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance, shares a story about sunglasses. After trying on a pair of sunglasses that she liked, she decided to settle on the less expensive pair—talking herself out of the better ones. Her friend lovingly called her out, acknowledging that she is BETTER than that. Southern Nevada is at a point where we are attracting businesses and jobs from all over the country and the world, and some of those jobs simply because we are less expensive than other states. We must begin to ask ourselves if we want all of the leftover jobs, or if we want to strive for something more. Are the jobs we're attracting going to help propel our community toward economic prosperity? In this month's breakfast panel, we talk through the economic challenges and opportunities facing Southern Nevada commercial real estate today. The collaborative opportunities available between the commercial real estate (CRE) sector, specifically NAIOP of Southern Nevada and the economic development agencies in southern Nevada are real. Nevada is still seeing the real estate boom playout. Both the leadership in NAIOP and LVGEA have a lot to gain by working together. This panel showcased how recognizing those advantages and capitalizing on the right ones will be a game-changer for Southern Nevada. NAIOP March Speakers Mathias Hughes, Vice President - Investment Officer of Prologis Tina Quigley, President & CEO of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA) John Matthew Stater (Moderator), Research Manager of Colliers International. The sponsor for the March NAIOP breakfast was SR Construction! Key Takeaways: CME and the Economy Here are some of the key Takeaways from the March NAIOP breakfast: Where do NAIOP Southern Nevada and LVGEA intersect when it comes to economic development? How do we take advantage of recent opportunities for diversification? What is driving the boom in industrial and does southern Nevada have natural advantages to attract companies? What industries are being targeted by LVGEA? How do areas like education and housing impact CRE and diversification? I hope you enjoy! You can find Takeaways at any of the links below: APPLE PODCAST SOUNDCLOUD SPOTIFY STITCHER Thank you for listening! Please subscribe to “TAKEAWAYS” on iTunes, and make sure to rate and review wherever you get your podcasts.
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Download the “65 Investment Terms You MUST Know to Reach Your Financial Goals In The Shortest Time Possible” for FREE by going to https://TodaysMarketExplained.com/ Joshua Simon (@Simon.CRE) began his career in commercial real estate in 2004, and it wasn't long before his headstrong attitude allowed him to forge ahead and start SimonCRE in 2010, during some of the toughest of economic times. As Founder and CEO, Joshua leads the company's growth strategy while directing the daily operations. He carries the torch for a team committed to developing projects that benefit clients and the communities they serve. Joshua joins us to discuss the power of discount retail and the future of this thriving industry in a brave, new, post-COVID world. Follow @TodaysMarketExplained on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube to see short videos of all the best and most valuable moments from this episode! To see short videos of all our best Today's Market Explained tips follow us on: Follow TME on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@TodaysMarketExplained Follow TME on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TodaysMarketExplained Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYjCaTkX698mc6yAFaFz4tg Like TME on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysMarketExplained Follow TME on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastTME Website: https://todaysmarketexplained.com/ DISCLAIMER: This podcast is provided by FourStar Wealth Advisors for the general public and general information purposes only. This content is not considered to be an offer to buy or sell any securities or investments. Investing involves the risk of loss and an investor should be prepared to bear potential losses. Investment should only be made after thorough review with your investment advisor considering all factors including personal goals, needs and risk tolerance. FourStar is an SEC registered investment advisor that maintains a principal business in the state of Illinois. The firm may only transact business in states in which it has filed or qualifies for a corresponding exemption from such requirements. For information about FourStar's registration status and business operations please consult the firm's form ADV disclosure documents, the most recent versions of which are available on the SEC investment advisory public disclosure website at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov
Welcome to the Managing CRE Risk podcast, where we believe that if you can identify, understand, and manage risk, you can take huge leaps in your CRE journey and find more success along the way. Our guest today is Brian Olson, a real estate broker who specializes in 1031 exchange. In this conversation, we dig into one particular market, Kansas City, and talk about how to find the best deals, create good relationships with brokers, and make sure that you're running your 1031 exchanges correctly. His great advice applies to any market in the country, so you don't want to miss out on this insightful episode! Learn more about Brian and his journey at shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk! “There are a lot of the reasons why Kansas City's drawn a lot of investors here recently.” 04:04 At the beginning of our conversation, Brian explains how the Kansas City market works and why it's a particularly good market to invest in. Kansas City is very landlord-friendly, has low taxes, and has many cash-flowing assets. Currently, every market in the US has issues with the inventory of multifamily properties. The triple net assets are a bit easier to find and have better cap rates. Brian is specialized in 1031 exchange, which has great cashflow opportunities in Kansas City's stable market. “In real estate, the brokers are typically not like your used car salesman. They're there to help you and to build a long-term relationship with you.” 14:19 For people who want to invest outside of their states, Brian has some great advice on how to lower their risk. Get referrals and find a good off-market broker by using your network. Be proactive. Have constant communication with your broker. Tell them why you like or don't like a deal and what you're looking for. Try to understand the market and have realistic expectations. “Your Qualified Intermediary, broker, and lender are going to be key team members for you.” 24:54 Brian explains the biggest risk he sees people taking in commercial real estate that creates concern. They overpay 10-50% on smaller assets rather than finding off-market deals. The best way to reduce your risk is to build a relationship with a broker, especially in a 1031 scenario. The biggest mistake people make around a 1031 exchange is closing out on a property but not putting their funds within a Qualified Intermediary. It's also important to make sure to know and engage in a market that you're going to exchange into. About Our Guest, Alex Olson As a 1031 Exchange Real Estate Agent, Brian helps clients identify and close real estate transactions in the Kansas City market, St Louis Market; and the states of Kansas and Missouri. An expert in assisting buyers and sellers (in-state and out-of-state) looking for multifamily properties in Kansas City, St Louis, Kansas, and Missouri. Mentioned in the show: https://xchangecre.com/ His LinkedIn firstname.lastname@example.org Shineinsurance.com www.shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk Jeremy's LinkedIn Need an instant insurance ballpark for your next Multifamily deal?! Answer 9 simple questions and we'll give you a sense of what insurance should be. Visit us here for everything you need to know: https://www.shineinsurance.com/ballpark/ Special thanks to Alex Olson for taking the time to share so many great insights with us If you enjoyed this podcast, there's a couple of things we need you to do right now: SUBSCRIBE to Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts While you there, please RATE & REVIEW the show SHARE with friends Finally, please, JOIN the Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk Facebook Group Then, please share the show with whoever you think it will inspire. Until the next time, We truly appreciate you listening. Need the CRE Insurance Guy? More great stories & information at: Youtube – Blog – Podcast If you enjoyed this episode, then you'll love these ones: 109: Healthy Partnership Agreement, With Brian Adams 110: 3 Silos Of Risk The Future Of Commercial Real Estate, With Shannon Robnett
This episode is brought to you by AREP, American Real Estate Partners. Peebles' Corp. founder Don Peebles talks about his plans for Affirmation Tower, handling the RFP process and what he's learned from projects that have unraveled.
In a special guest episode of The TreppWire Podcast, we welcome Carly Tripp, Global Chief Investment Officer and Head of Real Estate Investments at Nuveen Real Estate. Carly speaks with the team about the shifting commercial real estate landscape, diving into the impact of the current macroeconomic climate and how the pandemic changed the market. We also discuss the heavily-debated office sector, retail resiliency, and surprises in CRE. Episode Notes: Carly Tripp background/overview (0:54) Interest rates and inflation, impact on CRE (3:51) Are parts of CRE more resilient to passing costs? (7:08) Rental housing (10:16) The velocity of CRE & investment (12:06) CRE fundamentals: the office market (14:22) Hotel volatility (18:17) Strong performers, alternative asset classes (20:51) Retail resiliency (23:46) What keeps us up at night: the macro backdrop (26:08) Vibe check (29:26) Nuveen RealAccess report (30:33) Questions or comments? Contact us at email@example.com. Follow Trepp: • Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire • LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc • Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
In this week's episode, we dive into the latest market reactions; crypto panic, inflation gauges, and Fed announcements. We also share insights and market sentiment from our lending client symposium, featuring takeaways from industry experts at the Mortgage Bankers Association and the Atlanta Federal Reserve. In weekly CRE news, we dive into more negative stories for office, the hot or not industrial market, and retail headlines. Episode Notes: • Market headwinds (0:43) • Stocks that hit us over last few months (5:45) • Insights: Brian Bailey, Atlanta Fed (7:14) • Regulation update, Mike Flood, MBA (15:03) • Lending and originations sentiment (18:18) • Office news this week (20:42) • Industrial market update(31:24) • Shoutouts (40:00) Questions or comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC