Watch my conversation with CRE Recruiter David Poline to consider the best way to have a diverse and qualified CRE talent pool.
This 2021 economic forecast questions economists’ predictions of a roaring recovery in the second half of 2021, looks at the state of CRE sectors today and checks in with the real estate cycle.
Teaching CRE Entrepreneurship at Georgia State University was something I always wanted to try. And now I can say I did it, and it was an A+ experience. The class was about helping students decide what they want to do, how they are going to do it, and which resources they need to be successful.
In May, I think we all thought (or at least hoped) that the COVID -19 situation would be under control by now. Well, it isn’t nor is it clear what the long-term impact on our lives will be.
One thing I have not done, but always wanted to do, is step inside the classroom. That is about to change. This fall I teach CRE Entrepreneurship at Georgia State. The course is an extension of how I mentor—this should be interesting for both me and the students.
Most people view making decisions about death with dread. No one likes to think about his own demise, but it is important to make smart decisions now, especially if you own real estate.
As we emerge from this economic catastrophe caused by the fear of COVID-19, we need to consider how we take advantage of the investment opportunities it will present.
Change will be our constant as we consider the impact of the coronavirus on the economy, urbanization, healthcare and, perhaps most importantly, people and their habits.