Commercial Real Estate Marketing in an Evolving Market

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The symbiotic relationship between selling and marketing is a blurred line. Tasked with closing a sale or executing a lease in an abbreviated timeframe, real estate brokers must constantly evaluate their process and maximize their marketing efforts.

Veteran’s Day Tribute

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The Blau & Berg Company is pleased to honor the history and profound significance of Veterans Day. This solemn occasion is not just a day off from work or school; it is a time to recognize and pay tribute to the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. 

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour has not only mesmerized fans worldwide with its spectacular performances but has also proven to be a supply chain marvel. Behind the scenes, meticulous planning and execution have taken place to ensure the smooth operation of this global phenomenon.

While affordable housing policy (or lack thereof) has had a profound impact on multifamily development in New Jersey over the past 5 years, it is becoming increasingly unclear what impact this will have on development in the next 5 years.

Gateways of Importing in the United States

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The port of Newark, New Jersey remains the largest container port on the East coast. The port supports over 400,000 jobs and has generated almost $8.5 billion in local, state, and federal tax revenue over the past decade. With import and export routes ranging from Asia, Europe, and Latin America, it has facilitated over 85 million tons of cargo worth more than $211 billion.

As we get further away from the height of the COVID lockdown and the threat of recession looms, more employers are leaning on their employees to return to the office. Not all office properties are created equal; some will fare better than others. What types of office properties in New Jersey are going to be best positioned for an office comeback?

Inflation and Its Effect on the Market

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During the early stages of the Covid pandemic, supply chain disruptions due to plant shutdowns and widespread employee shortages resulted in price increases as demand rapidly outweighed supply.  Consumers have remained burdened with high prices on most goods, and prognosticators are predicting that costs will remain high or continue to increase moderately for the foreseeable future.

CRE Market Shakeup

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Online retail sales surged over 40% in 2020 fueled by the Coronavirus pandemic. With overall easing of pandemic rules and society getting back to school, work, and leisure activities we …