NAIOP Source Updates 4/29

Regulators Issue “FAQ” Document on Controversial Capital Requirements for ADC Loans

The new guidance failed to resolve many of the problems identified by the commercial real estate industry. Read More


Industrial Investors Eye Niche Markets

E-commerce may be the most talked about driver in the industrial sector, but it certainly isn’t the only driver, says Erik Foster of Avison Young in an interview with GlobeSt.com. Read More


Industrial Space Demand Strengthens

The U.S. industrial market absorbed 38.8 million square feet of space in the first quarter of this year, a whopping 20.5 percent year-over-year increase, according to a recent DTZ report. Read More

6th Annual InterFace Carolinas Commercial Real Estate Conference

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6th Annual InterFace Carolinas Commercial Real Estate Conference
Wednesday, June 3
7:30 am – 1:30 pm
Charlotte Convention Center

France Media and its InterFace Conference Group, Southeast Real Estate Business and the Carolinas Commercial Properties e-newsletter will hold the 6th annual InterFace Carolinas information and networking conference on June 3rd at the Charlotte Convention Center. Last year’s event attracted nearly 300 attendees and we expect an even larger crowd of office, industrial, multifamily and retail property owners, investors, developers, brokers and lenders this year for what has become a favorite and valued industry event.

The conference will feature high-level panel sessions coupled with numerous networking opportunities. If you are active in commercial real estate in North and South Carolina, or if you are based outside the region but are invested in the region, THIS IS A MUST-ATTEND EVENT!

  • Click here for more information (agenda, speakers, sponsors, attending firms, etc.)
  • Click here to register (discount instructions below)

Discount Code Instructions

Code: NAIOP10 (This code is type and case-sensitive)

  • Click on the following link to register: REGISTER
  • Select “Single Attendee”
  • Complete Registration Information
  • Click on the Register Button
  • On the next page enter comp code (see code above) into the Discount Code field
  • Click the Submit Payment button to complete process
  • A pop-up screen will confirm code is verified
  • A confirmation page will follow to print/save for your records. The email entered in the attendee contact information will also receive a confirmation email

NAIOP Source Updates 4/21

Industrial Players Gear Up for Another Great Year

Industrial players are in the midst of experiencing another phenomenal year, thanks to strong market and economic fundamentals, according to a recent GlobeSt.com article. Read More


House Committee Moves to Stop Controversial Water Rule

The committee-passed legislation would block the U.S. EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers from finalizing a contentious rule to further define federal water jurisdiction. Read More


Reaching Out to Minority Investors

A Cincinnati-based developer enables a diverse group of community residents to invest in and benefit from a commercial real estate project. Read More


What Do We Want From Tax Reform?

Check out the recent NAIOP Market Share posts to learn more about the Port of Charleston and what commercial real estate really wants from tax reform. Read More


Walkability = Higher CRE Property Values

New indices launched last week by Real Capital Analytics Inc. quantify the price value of walkability for commercial properties. Read More

NAIOP Source Updates 4/14

NAIOP Weighs In With Senate Finance Committee on Tax Reform

NAIOP sent a tax reform comment letter last week to the Senate Committee on Finance in response to their request for industry input on comprehensive reform of our tax code. Read More

Do Green Offices = Productive Workers?

Green offices providing workers with access to clean air, daylight and more can improve employee productivity. Read More

NAIOP Source Updates 3/31

Senate and House Pass Budget Plans

Last week, the U.S. Senate and House passed budget resolutions, which, while nonbinding, provide guidelines governing budget goals. The resolutions contain language that could allow the tax-writing committees to push tax legislation in a bill that would then be easier to pass in the Senate. Read More

Enhancing the Health Care Bottom Line with Leased Facilities

New health care delivery and revenue models are having significant impacts on how and where new health care facilities are planned, developed, owned and operated. Read More