Busy intersections, highly traveled roads, and a good demographic profile are just a few factors that make suburban areas suitable for real estate. However, when considering where to purchase land for your retail space, there a few other things to consider, such as:
- General Location
- Street Traffic
- Foot Traffic
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The Commercial Real Estate (CRE) industry is like an umbrella. Many different types of CRE services, specialties, departments, and deals are available under the label “commercial real estate.” With such a wide array of capabilities, coupled with the fluctuating economic landscape, we find that there are many questions and misconceptions around the CRE industry.
We’ve turned to our team of experts to answer your questions and discuss the future landscape of commercial real estate. The team will offer expert insights for investors, developers, landlords, tenants, buyers, sellers, and everyone in between to get a sneak peek into the workings of the CRE umbrella. Our goal with this series is not only to provide expert knowledge on commonly asked questions and debunk any CRE concerns but to also introduce the faces behind the iconic Friedman signs.