REFI Radio: redIQ aims to streamline multifamily recordkeeping

redIQ provides technology for multifamily real estate companies that have inefficient processes for compiling and transferring property data. This week on REFI Radio, we speak

REFI Radio: Real estate pros examine implications of driverless cars 

Driverless cars will be one of the biggest disruptors of society over the next 20 years, according to Jeremy Neuer, senior v.p. at CBRE and Spencer

REFI Radio: If Amazon expands its apparel market share, then what?

What would happen to mall REITs and CMBS portfolios with retail exposure if Amazon’s U.S. apparel sales were to skyrocket

REFI Radio: Navigating the shifting landscape of construction loans 

Construction loans aren’t hard to get, but there has been a major shift in the institutions that provide financing, according

REFI Radio: Big Apple niche investment strategies

Investing in New York must be done with extreme care if you are not already a local expert, according to Gregory

Podcasts: REIT cyber security stymied by slow tech adoption

Real estate investment trusts face double the cyber security risk of other commercial real estate companies, yet REITs are often strained by the

REFI Radio: The Southeastern Real Estate Story

E-commerce, population expansion and regional job growth are set to transform commercial real estate in the Southeast, including markets like

REFI Radio: Hotels seeing slower lending market

The hotel sector is seeing interest from lenders wane as average daily room rates fall, RevPAR levels drop, and more

REFI Radio: Millennials’ destination vacation homes

More Millennials are looking at acquiring second homes in Mexico, tapping into lower prices and taxes – as well as

Podcast: Simon Baron maps big plans for micro brand

   Simon Baron Development, which sees value in small to mid-sized properties in New York City, is working to expand its activity in the

Podcast: Tax reforms and commercial real estate

  The potential elimination of the 1031 tax exchange that's been discussed as part of broader tax reforms could be catastrophic for the

Bentall Kennedy: Sustainable buildings make wise investments

A new Bentall Kennedy report on sustainability has founded that owners who invest in sustainability as well as amenities like

Amazon strikes deal for Florida distribution center

Amazon has bought land in Orlando for a planned 850,000 square-foot, high-tech fulfillment center. The internet retailer paid $26.9m for

Tech company taps into consumer behavior to aid bricks and mortar stores

Inpixon, a tech company that utilizes sensor and data analytics to help brick and mortar retailers promote a better experience

Podcast: Looking past the gateways

Although institutional investors continue to chase deals in gateway U.S. markets, there are a number of other cities that offer

Podcast: Startup allows commercial tenants to exit lease before term

Spacegrab, a newly formed commercial real estate tech company, is hoping to make it easier for leaseholders to exit all

REFI Radio: Tech startup tracks CRE energy usage

Tech startup Enertiv aims to transform the way commercial real estate landlords monitor energy usage in real time. “We’re building

REFI Radio: startup ceo Francesca Loftus on virtual amenity management

hOM, a tech startup that aims to provide tenants in luxury buildings with easier access to onsite amenities, is hoping