Top Posts for January

by CoyDavidson on February 1, 2014

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In case you missed them, below are links to the top posts from The Tenant Advisor in January.

25 Predictions in Commercial Real Estate in 2014
2014 promises to be an interesting year in the commercial property sector.  For much of the world, even in many emerging economies, GDP growth in 2014 is expected to be below 5 percent as a norm. Meanwhile, investors driven, in part, by expected changes in U.S. economic policy, will be active in seeking out opportunities in new markets in what is becoming an increasingly competitive landscape … read the full article

Working from Home, Mobility and the Office
There has been much written about the future of work, the need for office space and alternative work strategies. Over the last 3-4 years, I have experimented with how and more specifically where I work. Given that I have a long commute to the Colliers Houston office from the suburbs by choice for family reasons and the fact that Houston traffic can be a nightmare, traveling to the office at peak commute times is out of the question … read the full article

15 Most Read Posts on the Mechanics of an Office Lease
The following posts from the The Tenant Advisor that discuss the ins-and-outs of leasing office space have proven to be among the most viewed and searched content on this site … read the full article

Industrial Continues to Hit on All Cylinders
For the third consecutive year, Colliers International predicts that industrial real estate will be a star performer among commercial property types in 2014. While many have hopped aboard the industrial recovery train over the past 12–18 months, few had Colliers’ breadth of experience to see the industrial recovery germinating as far back as 2011 … read the full article

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