Increase the rate of return with cost-segregation study

A cost-segregation study is a strategic planning tool that commercial and investment real estate owners can use to increase their cash flow, improve their tax position and improve their overall after-tax return on

CREJ

June 5, 2020

Update: Life company activity during the COVID-19 pandemic

Here’s the “quick and dirty” from our perspective: Lending activity isn’t dead, but it isn’t very predictable right now either. While many aspects of the commercial real estate world have been put on hold during

CREJ

June 1, 2020

Landlords & tenants work together during the COVID-19 crisis

Over the course of three weeks in March, our lives were turned over forcefully by the tsunami-like winds of a global pandemic. For those who’ve lost loved ones, friends, jobs or any chance of maintaining your

CREJ

June 1, 2020

Loan workouts: First steps for commercial property owners

Large numbers of commercial property owners are facing prospects of imminent default under their loans as a result of the current public health and economic crises. Sudden and precipitous drops in revenues,

CREJ

June 1, 2020

Legal limits: Shutdowns, rent issues & distancing

Even before the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, the retail sector was struggling nationwide, presenting myriad challenges for the commercial real estate sector. Now, the pandemic has accelerated

CREJ

May 25, 2020

Denver saw retail growth before global pandemic

It’s undisputed that the global coronavirus pandemic has significantly disrupted the retail market. As states like Colorado issued stay-at-home orders, many retailers closed and retail investment activity

CREJ

May 22, 2020

How generations will affect the post-COVID-19 workplace

In meetings, I often get asked for my perspective on the “millennial,” this massive generation that has been characterized as lazy, selfish and entitled but also has taken over more than 50% of the workforce. A generation generally is defined as experiencing events as a group. Born from 1981 to 1996, the millennial generation has now seen two economic downturns, once while the earlier millennials were entering the workforce in 2008 and now again as the last of the generation starts their careers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CREJ

May 21, 2020

Denver’s retail has a proven resiliency track record

From the moment we began sheltering in place, retail real estate became top of mind for those in the industry. With the nationwide closure of large segments of retailers, questions of retail’s survival are

CREJ

May 17, 2020

COVID-19 and CRE: 2020 vs. the Great Recession

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for unprecedented health, economic and social events, locally, nationally and globally. Although every economic downturn varies in cause, impact and timeline,

CREJ

May 11, 2020

Opinion: Inclusionary zoning hurts middle-class renters

The vast majority of Coloradans do not support rent control as the solution to fix Colorado’s housing shortage and the high prices that go with it. A 2019 Baselice poll showed that people prefer public-

CREJ

May 11, 2020

Edited by the Colorado Real Estate Journal staff.