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NEW LISTING - Guild Apartments Investment. $3.2m

Portland’s Northwest District is a premier location, and is a hotbed of local restaurants and shops, while still offering a community atmosphere. The neighborhood commands some of the highest rents in Portland due to nearby amenities, proximity to downtown, low crime rates, and top school ratings.

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CRE Opinion: Landlord-Tenant Relationship is Changing

This could be a great time to be a landlord.

The real-estate market still only has enough supply for half the population. We’re still seeing high divorce rates, so people need more places to live. And households are still being created faster than the housing supply. All that combined means higher rents and that trend looks likely to continue for a long time.

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Get Ready for a Strong Commercial Real Estate in 2019

The State of the Market panel drew some of the biggest names in commercial real estate to the stage.

If you sell commercial real estate and liked 2018? You’ll probably enjoy this year, too. That’s because the odds are high that commercial real estate will remain strong in 2019, according to some of the biggest names in the industry.

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Commercial Real Estate Technology Myths Exposed

The world of commercial real estate (CRE) is filled with misunderstandings and myths, especially in light of new technology startups that are poised to shift the status quo. To date, three ideas about new CRE tech remain especially pervasive across the industry, yet do little more than conjure fear about tech solutions that are sure to help the industry flourish.

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What's In-store for CRE Workforce in 2019

CHICAGO, IL—FPL forecasts a positive outlook for commercial real estate salaries, bonuses and workforce growth forecasted for 2019. For its annual “Real Estate Compensation Pulse Survey, the global professional services firm polled 276 real estate companies globally in several areas including compensation via base salary, overall performance, annual bonus, long-term incentive, and workforce growth.

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