Showing posts from October 29, 2017

How E-Commerce Is Changing Commercial Real Estate

E-commerce has had a significant impact on the way people purchase goods. The convenience of buying what you want in the comfort of your home is hard to match. Due to the thriving amount of online shopping, brick-and-mortar stores are experiencing a decrease in customers. Retailers must now find ways to update and adapt in order to keep up with e-commerce. In today’s technology obsessed world, commercial real estate must find ways to remain profitable.

To get people to shop instore, companies must offer something special to draw people in. Commercial real estate needs to enhance the amenities provided at shopping centers. Child play facilities will encourage parents to leave the house more often if they know that their children will be entertained.

With the reliance on smart phones, commercial real estate must keep up with the current technology. Utilizing beacons can help drive people into the stores. Beacons use the phone’s GPS signal to forward information about stores located nea…

Things to Consider Before Investing in Manufacturing Spaces

If your company doesn’t have enough room for your inventory needs, more manufacturing space may be the solution. Buying industrial real estate can be an intelligent decision, but there are some things to keep in mind before jumping straight to acquiring more property. Manufacturing is currently experiencing business growth. Ever since 2009, the low point, the output of manufacturing has steadily increased. As of 2015, it had grown by 12%. However this number is still 3% below the output in 2007, which was before the recession. So while manufacturing as a whole is seeing resurgence in output, it still has not completely recovered from the economic downturn of the last decade.

If you want to invest in industrial real estate in order to have inventory located closer to customers, consider upgrading the inventory process first before immediately acquiring more property. Examine the data of customers’ purchasing habits and divert products to the existing system of warehouses to fulfill th…

NAI Isaac Achieves Prestigious Accredited Management Organization (AMO) Status

NAI Isaac announces that it has been awarded the designation of Accredited Management Organization (AMO) from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM).  The accreditation is the sole recognition of excellence for leading real estate management firms.  AMO certification requires strict adherence to established ethical, educational and experience-based parameters as set forth by IREM national and local chapter representatives.

"As commercial real estate managers, we offer extensive experience, cutting-edge technology resources and high ethical standards to our clients."  says Anne Kilcoyne, CPM, Senior Property Manager with NAI Isaac.  "In an extremely competitive and continually evolving market, the AMO designation demonstrates the commitment our property management experts have to the services they provide."

For more than 75 years, IREM has provided education, resources, information and membership for real estate management professionals.  Nationwide, IREM id…