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Los Angeles Office Market Q&A

Monday, October 31, 2016
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The nature of offices are rapidly evolving due to changing technology, demand and demographics, and NAIOP's O.CON '16: The Office Conference provides the opportunity to learn what is driving the future of the office. The conference, which runs from Tuesday, November 1, through Wednesday, November 2, provides a global perspective on the outlook for capital markets, looks at the various challenges and rewards of reinventing or re-purposing office space and explores the technology revolutionizing office real estate. For more than 16 years, HFF Director Andrew Harper has been involved in commercial real estate in and around Los Angeles, where this year's O.CON conference is held. He specializes in office and land investment sales throughout Greater Los Angeles and the West Coast. Mr. Harper has closed in excess of $5 billion in transactions, encompassing... [Read More]


Crowdfunding eREITs: Predictions and Conversations with Top CRE Crowdfunding Platforms

Tuesday, October 18, 2016
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Real Estate Indicators from Thomas Foley, HFF San Francisco capital markets and investment sales team member and founder of two previous crowdfunding platforms, and Kevin Freels, HFF Houston debt placement team member. Much has been written about the commercial real estate crowdfunding space and how it could disrupt the industry. The concept that non-accredited, accredited and institutional investors will be much more active participants sound significant, but the world is still waiting for this to happen on a noticeable scale. The Challenges of Real Estate Crowdfunding When... [Read More]


The Age of the WELL Building

Monday, September 26, 2016
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By HFF Public Relations Coordinator Kimberly Steele Meditation rooms, cushioned floors, anti-glare lighting and healthy food and beverage options on-site are just some of the features found in buildings specifically constructed and designed with the health of its occupants in mind. Welcome to the age of the WELL building. What is a WELL Building? Americans spend more than 90 percent of their time indoors, and most of that 90 percent is spent in the work place. The WELL Building Standard™, or WELL, speaks to issues that affect the... [Read More]


Walkability: Why it is important to your CRE property value

Wednesday, September 14, 2016
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Real estate indicators from HFF Houston's Associate Director of Research Justin Boyar. Walkable areas are some of the most desired urban locations for residents and employees seeking convenience, unique experiences and access to amenities, making them highly desirable to commercial real estate investors. With mounting evidence of a strong correlation between walkability and commercial real estate economics, the walkability trend is here to stay. What Does Walkability Mean for Commercial Real Estate Research shows that improved walkability, including proximity to public transit, has a positive effect on a... [Read More]


WiredScore: What you Need to Know and Why

Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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Real Estate Indicators from HFF Director Ben Sayles of HFF's Boston office. “We’re measuring how connected our city’s buildings are and sharing that information, so that entrepreneurs are empowered to make the best decisions about where to open a business” -Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City Connectivity is not everything; it's the only thing. Whether you’re on-the-go, at home or sitting in your office, employees want to be available 24/7. As connectivity becomes increasingly more critical to productivity in... [Read More]


Crowdfunding: Breaking Down the Barriers in CRE Investment

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
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Real Estate Indicators from HFF Director Ben Sayles and Gary Porter of HFF's Boston office. “Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away.Purchased with common sense, paid for in full and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt From the first settlement in Jamestown, Virginia, to the Land Rush of 1899, real estate ownership has figured prominently in United States history. Investment in residential real estate has very few barriers to... [Read More]




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