A Day in the Life of a Multifamily Analyst

A Day in the Life of a Multifamily Analyst

By: Jake Parker   As a commercial real estate analyst, it can be hard to set a schedule when you first start. There are seemingly endless phone calls and emails to be made, clients to see, and plenty of market research to do. Here is a snapshot of my typical day at...
How Much Money Are You Leaving on the Table by Not Hiring A Broker?

How Much Money Are You Leaving on the Table by Not Hiring A Broker?

By: Stevens Haen   A wise old broker once told me, “If you cannot provide value to a client beyond what they can do themselves, you have no right being there.”  As a commercial real estate broker, our primary responsibility is to guide and serve our clients’ interests...
Four Reasons Why to Invest in Bronzeville Multifamily Right Now

Four Reasons Why to Invest in Bronzeville Multifamily Right Now

By: Danny Logarakis   Bronzeville is a Chicago neighborhood spanning from 25th Street to 51st Street with Lake Michigan to its East and I-90 to its West.   1.  South Loop & McCormick Square Expansion As the South Loop and McCormick Square continue to experience a...
Budgeting: A Key to Success for a Starting CRE Broker

Budgeting: A Key to Success for a Starting CRE Broker

By Spencer Lieberson Whether it’s personal finances or time at work, brokerage requires you to have a high level of self-discipline. It’s a totally different culture from a typical “9 to 5” corporate position, and the payment cycle isn’t something you can easily...