Industry News

Omicron Variant Likely to Fuel Inflation, as Americans Keep Shopping Rather Than Dining Out and Traveling, Retail Trade Group Economist Says

Article by:  Melissa Repko Omicron could inspire more people to buy goods rather than services, which would compound inflation as demand remains high and supply chain challenges continue, National Retail Federation’s chief economist, Jack Kleinhenz, said. The latest Covid wave is unlikely to prompt an economic slowdown or a shutdown of businesses, however, the advisor…read more

CRE’s Growth Forecast for 2022

Article by:  Paul Bergeron NAR expects commercial real estate to strengthen in 2022, especially in industrial and multifamily. Read the full article:

Capright Attends CREFC Conference in Miami Beach

Douglas Ticus, MAI, MRICS and Steve Williams had an insightful start to the year at the CREFC Conference in Miami Beach. Great to discuss and hear what leaders in the finance industry have to say about CRE in 2022 and beyond.

New Capright Principal – Taylor Green, MAI

Taylor enjoys the challenge of valuing complicated assets and large portfolios both in Texas and across the country.  He is also a leading authority on valuation standards for new CRE products that require high frequency valuations and technology assisted compliance.  In his free time, Taylor is an avid golfer and enjoys hiking, fishing and skiing.…read more

Renewed Optimism for U.S. Real Estate at 2021 ULI/McCoy Symposium

Article by:  Bendix Anderson Money is once again pouring into commercial real estate from all over the world – perhaps more than ever before. Investors seem willing to pay top dollar – particularly for properties like apartment buildings, warehouses, and data centers that outperformed during the pandemic. Read the full article:

Unwrapping Changing Expectations for the Retail Experience

Article by:  Beth Mattson-Teig Retailers and landlords are once again leaning on experiential retail and a pent-up demand for “normalcy” to draw people back to brick-and-mortar stores and shopping centers. Read the full article: