Greg Englesbe

Could pop-up retail become a COVID-19 solution for commercial real estate?

With cyber shopping 2020 in full swing, the dash for the best deals online is a stark reminder of the trend toward e-commerce and away from brick-and-mortar retail. That shift has been on hyperdrive since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has hammered retail establishments through lockdowns, restrictions, second waves, and cautious consumers opting […]

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Progress on COVID-19 vaccine could spur cold storage real estate investment, kickstart economy

The race for a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine took another important step forward on Monday, when Moderna announced the preliminary results of its phase three clinical trials. The pharmaceutical company reported that the vaccine was 94.5% effective in preventing infection by triggering an immune response using messenger RNA. Moderna is now the second company, […]

Greg Englesbe

How will the 2020 election impact the U.S. housing market?

With time winding down to the 2020 presidential election on Nov. 3, the typical hyperdrive of American politics is in full swing. As always, apart from the partisan divide, there are some very practical effects that elections tend to have on real estate in the United States. Historically, presidential elections have slowed down home sales […]

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Real estate brokers must be ready to embrace artificial intelligence

Very few industries can afford to remain static. Real estate is no exception. Innovation in other sectors, in due time, is bound to upend many of the norms that guide the information economy of markets around them. In the real estate world, the wave of big data and artificial intelligence has been steadily advancing on […]