More than 40% of the U.S. population has now received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Cities like New York are saying they will fully reopen in July. For the first time in over year, it appears that progress against the pandemic may be truly turning the tide. For many American workers and […]
It often seems as if everywhere we look in the commercial real estate sector, the coronavirus pandemic has either plunged the market or introduced a type of lingering uncertainty that would rightfully scare off some investors. But as with anything else in life, necessity tends to drive up the value of whatever is dictated by […]
With COVID-19 continuing to dominate headlines, it’s crucial to remember those who have been suffering from serious medical conditions long before the pandemic hit. Among those struggling are the children undergoing treatment for various childhood cancers and diseases at St. Jude’s Research Hospital. For many of these young patients and their families, COVID-19 is an […]
Among those hit hardest during the COVID-19 pandemic are our artists and creatives who collectively lost millions of jobs since the public health crisis began last March. As the historians and philosophers of our culture, it’s vitally important that our artists and creatives are supported during these trying times. As many are considered non-essential jobs, […]
One of the hallmarks of the coronavirus pandemic has been the desolation of shopping malls and shopping centers across the country, where tenants have had to abandon their spaces as businesses scale back. The hardships facing commercial real estate are visible across the retail and office landscape, with ongoing uncertainty expected to persist through much […]
The past year has taken a toll on each and every one of us; among the many essential workers who have upheld our communities and kept us safe during these trying times is our local law enforcement. To show our sincere gratitude for the sacrifices these individuals make daily, Greg Englesbe Real Estate Consulting has […]
With progress picking up in the U.S. push for widespread COVID-19 vaccination, the forecast for a return to normalcy in 2021 still remains murky. One of the biggest questions hanging over the future of the American workforce is whether or not companies will make a full push to return remote employees to the office. And […]
World’s First 3D-Printed Home Listed For Sale. Can Robot-Built Homes Revolutionize Affordable Housing?
The marvel of 3D-printing has touched countless industries in the nearly forty years since the technology first appeared, from biotech to marketing and aviation. But could robots be an antidote to the world’s affordable housing crisis? The experiment is about to begin on Long Island, where eco-friendly real estate company SQ4D is set to debut […]
When economists look back on the turbulence of 2020 and the profound consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, one area that will warrant close attention is the performance of the U.S. housing market. A new analysis from online real estate marketplace Zillow puts the strength of the housing market in stunning perspective. U.S. housing gained nearly […]
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic last March, the course of the U.S. housing market seemed anything but safe to assume. There were concerns about how to show homes and whether potential buyers would shrink away for fear of their financial security. But as 2020 played out, it became abundantly clear that America’s appetite […]
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Gregory Englesbe is an Investment Banker and business leader living in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
An experienced mortgage professional, Greg has secured more than $500 billion in sales throughout his 30 years in the residential mortgage business.