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The Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis (CRUEA) at the George Washington University School of Business (in partnership with Cushman & Wakefield, Smart Growth America/LOCUS and Yardi Matrix) released its 2019 Foot Traffic Ahead report which ranks the 30 largest metros in the United States based on the percentage of office, retail and rental multi-family space in walkable urban places.
Tax reform passed in December 2017 created a huge incentive for real estate investors in low-income areas that are designated as "opportunity zones". Investors in these areas may defer capital gains taxes and avoid paying taxes on gains if the investment is held for at least 10 years.
The number of debt funds and non-traditional lending sources has grown throughout this cycle. Is that a reflection of temporary market forces or have they become a permanently larger part of the commercial mortgage landscape?
Shared office space is a fast-growing part of the office market landscape, fueled by the evolution of the technology industry and the way people work, and the demands of businesses and workers. Simply put, what is expected out of the office is slowly changing and will continue to develop for years to come.