Why Co-Working Firms are Primed for Success

Co-Working firms have gotten a bad rep over the past few years.  The downfall of the once hot startup, WeWork, has made co-working firms synonyms with being overvalued and overbuilt, but will things change in the post-Covid economy?  Covid-19 showed that many companies can have their employees working from...

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What to Do with America’s Dying Malls

The American mall was born out of President Eisenhower’s Federal-Aid Highway Act, which allowed people to drive to their jobs in cities while living in the new suburbs of the 1950s.  While suburban population centers grew exponentially in the 1950s and 1960s, these new towns lacked the proper retail...

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What is Driving America’s Single Family Housing Boom

Demand for larger living arrangements during the Covid-19 pandemic has fueled a single-family housing boom in the United States.  Higher demand for single-family homes along with a labor shortage and raw-material inflation has sent housing prices skyrocketing across most states. The main driver of housing inflation in the U.S....

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What Inflation Means for Multifamily Housing

Inflation is due to rise to its highest level in 14 years as squeezed supply chains and pent-up consumer demand is putting pressure on prices, particularly for raw materials.  The Bloomberg Commodity Spot Index, which tracks 23 raw materials, is at its highest level in almost a decade.  Raw...

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