Today’s QuantumListing Hot Spot is St. Louis, MO. In my brokerage business, Perlmutter Properties, I’ve done a lot of work over the years with the Retail Services Group of what is now Cushman & Wakefield (it has been Colliers Turley Martin & Tucker, Cassidy Turley, and DTZ, but always the same group). I’ve really enjoyed working with this exceptional group of men and women over the years. Continue reading “QuantumListing Hot Spot: St. Louis, MO”
September 25, 2016, Chappaqua, NY – We started a poll on Twitter Saturday night, and it continues into the afternoon tomorrow: Which of the following are you most likely to watch this Monday Night? The choices are Monday Night Football, Dancing with the Stars, The Big Ban Theory and The Presidential Debate. You can click through below to cast your vote, or if for some reason you don’t see how to do that, go to www.twitter.com/quantumlisting.
Which of the following are you most likely to watch this Monday night?
— QuantumListing (@QuantumListing) September 25, 2016
Episode 6 of Saturday with Howard Kline and CRE Radio & TV pairs our host with renowned commercial real estate coach, Rod Santomassimo, of The Massimo Group. Their topic is “Will the Presidential Election Have an Affect on Commercial Real Estate?” The interview was conducted in May at ICSC RECon16. The dust was beginning to settle on the primaries, but it was well before the Republican and Democratic Conventions in July. Nevertheless, it was already quite clear that Donald Drumpf and Hillary Clinton would be representing their respective parties.
Beneath the light-hearted banter, they discuss some serious issues that will effect the real estate community, including whether either candidate would seek to change the 1031 tax exchange, what would be the impact of an increase in capital gains tax rates, would either candidate mess with the mortgage interest rate deduction, and who would be the better President for the middle class?
Howard further engages his audience by introducing an interactive polling feature in this episode. So, watch, learn, and vote early and often!
How do you feel about these issues? Sound off in the comments!
To see previous episodes of Saturday with Howard Kline and CRE Radio & TV, click HERE.
Today’s QuantumListing Hot Spot is Albany, NY. Considering I’ve lived in New York state since 1986, it’s surprising how little time I’ve spent in Albany. It’s mostly a drive by on the New York State Thruway. Fortunately, anytime I need information about real estate in our state’s capital, I can call on my friends at Vanguard Fine or Howard Carr.
Click to the next page and scroll through the frame to see our Albany area listings. And of course, if you want to become a Premium Member of QuantumListing and add your own listings, you can still get a free Trial Premium Membership for a limited time.
Today we have a double feature! At ICSC RECon16, CRE Radio & TV host Howard Kline seized the opportunity to interview Garrick Brown, Vice President of Retail Research for the Americas at Cushman & Wakefield. In the first installment of the interview, Garrick discusses the impact e commerce on bricks and mortar stores, omni-channel retailing and the resulting retail right sizing, some of it in response to Wall Street pressures, some in response to escalating rents. Watch, learn, think, and respond in the comments!
In the second installment of Howard’s interview with Garrick, they discuss one of the hottest segments of the retail market, restaurants! Continue reading “Saturday with Howard Kline and CRE Radio & TV, Epidsode 5”