Commercial Real Estate & Business News January 3, 2020

From Bricks and Mortar to Big Data; Securing Commercial Real Estate in the Age of GDPR If you are, like many other real estate professionals or landlords, considering using Proptech platforms which collect data, then this article is for you. In a business which is inherently focused on the physical world, cyber security may be a daunting concept. However, in the age of advanced analytics and GDPR, it’s increasingly important to…»
Average New Apartment Size Shrinks in East and West Coast Cities
The new apartments now opening tend to have fewer bedrooms spread over fewer square feet of space than just a decade ago. “They are getting smaller,” says Caitlin Walter, vice president of research for the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC). “Part of that is where apartments are getting built. “As developers build more new…»
MBA: These 5 factors Will Fuel the Future of Multifamily, Commercial Real Estate
Multifamily and commercial real estate have had a great year in 2019, and its only expected to get better in 2020 and beyond. Commercial and multifamily originations rose 24% in the third quarter this year from the third quarter of 2018 and 9% from the second quarter , a survey from the Mortgage Bankers Association…»
Phoenix Ranks Among Top US Cities with Unfilled Physician Jobs
Phoenix is No. 4 in the country when it comes to doctor job growth, according to a new report issued by Doximity. The U.S. Physician Employment Report 2019 examines the labor market for doctors in the top metros of the country. Demand for doctors across the country grew this year by 5% – and Phoenix’s growth as a major…»
Arizona-Mexico Trade Relationship Continues to Boost Border Economies
Mexico is Arizona’s top trading partner, accounting for about 30 percent of the state’s exports to foreign markets, according to an extensive ongoing study by the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. With that in mind, it’s no wonder that business leaders, trade experts and economists agree the cross-border…»