What are the possibilities for facing the real estate field workers in the valuation process?

The fate of commercial mortgages and associated national industrial markets will lie in the future of the economy. Despite weaknesses in the manufacturing sector the outlook will improve if the economy is able to avoid a recession. With manufacturing in question – commercial mortgages may begin to play a larger role as we begin to see more availability in space, and therefore softening rents. Click here to view the source of the post : Valuations NSW

The internet really did very little in the way of threatening the bricks and mortar retail markets. What has changed however, is the shape and size of retail as it has transformed over the years from “main street” retail to “shopping centers” to “power centers”. Lodging demand, particularly for the full-service segment is strongly driven by the economy and business activity, so the weak performance of the office market during the first quarter of 2001 could very well signal a weakening performance in the hotel market too.

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