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Insights, Alerts & Trends | Real Estate IAT  |  REAL ESTATE IAT  NOVEMBER 24

Real Estate Industry News

What the death of Black Friday means for brick-and-mortar stores, a landlord has to make some major fixes in his apartments and more

Top of the news:

Steel prices could be on the rise again.


Business friendly tax legislation and a strong Spanish language base help draw companies to the state of Florida, Mondaq writes.


Globe St. reports on the largest office markets in the U.S. as of October 2021.

Online retail has killed Black Friday-and Black Friday sales-for brick-and-mortar storefronts, Propmodo writes.


Investors are putting their funds into affordable housing markets as to achieve their ESG goals, Bisnow reports.

Atlanta residents and developers are butting heads overpotential rezoning of suburban areas to allow for multi family units to be developed within those areas, as well as the rezoning’s potential effects on the area, Bloomberg writes.


Proptech has received $9.5 billion from investors as of mid-November, The Real Deal reports.

The Motley Fool has predictions on the best moves to make when investing in proptech in 2022.


Landlord Jason Korn, who has been on the New York City Public Advocate’s list of ‘Worst Landlords’ two years in a row, will have to pay $235,000 in civil penalties and fix the outstanding code violations on his properties after the HUD found numerous issues with his apartments, Commercial Observer reports.


Aircuity revealed new data showing how life sciences corporations can help reduce energy usage via Aircuity’s platforms, Boston Real Estate Times reports.

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