CEO of City Commercial Real Estate and REAL Professionals Network, a commercial real estate broker and a deliberate networking business.
With a lot fewer water cooler talks, breakfast meetings and lunch events, there are almost no networking events to talk about the commercial real estate market. To add insult to injury, fewer projects are happening to create your own market information. While no one knows exactly what the future holds, when the pandemic ends, the commercial real estate business will accelerate again. It happens every real estate cycle.
There are plenty of opportunities to be successful from the peak to the trough of a cycle. Contrary to public opinion, location is not the most important factor in commercial real estate. Timing, insider information and important relationships are the lifeblood of the commercial real estate industry. The three keys to success are being at the right place at the right