Enacting strong regulation like the DoddFrank Act had far reaching implications for the cost and availability of debt for commercial real estate. In this report, T3 Sixty highlights …
After the subprime crisis of 2007 and the mortgage meltdown of 2009, it was a time of change, maybe the start of a whole new real estate industry. This report provided both brokers and agents with a large selection of recommendations regarding issues that they could and should be focused on to position their business for the future.
The real estate industry is saturated with agents and there are now fewer traditional transactions to go around. In order to stand out in the market, there are a number of things savvy brokers can do, including using the Internet to your advantage, building a team, having a solid business plan, acquiring a competitor, trying a new business model, using a virtual assistant, and diversifying your business.
The economic downturn has hit the housing market hard, affecting all segments of the industry and resulting in a downward spiral of foreclosures, mortgage debt, and shortsales. While government, financial institutions, corporates, and lawmakers have begun intervening to jumpstart a recovery process, a solution is a long way off and agents and brokers need to be aware of the challenges and be able to navigate difficult situations to facilitate any future buying and selling processes.
At the start of 2010 commercial real estate was a ticking timebomb creating huge challenges and potential opportunities for investors and those real estate professionals engaged in the market. This report details the state of affairs in the commercial real estate market at the time.
At the start of 2010 the real estate industry faced an economy that was struggling to find a way out of the recession, a bunch of aggressive government bailouts had been propping up the market that at the same time was utilizing taxpayer dollars to restock the corporate bank accounts. This report presents various views of what may lay ahead for the economy.
The US is in the longest housing shortage in the modern era.
Consolidation in the real estate industry in the form of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) had primarily been generated by companies flush with cash or those with superior management talent.The primary driver has usually been to gain market share through expanded relationships or agent count. In 2011, however, there was another strong driver in the mix survival.