The net lease sector is showing no signs of slowing down in 2018, especially when it comes to investor interest. The United States net lease investment volume, including office, industrial, and retail properties, totaled $57.8 billion in 2017, increasing 3.3 percent from 2016. The sector is projected to see comparable investment volume in 2018, according to NREI’s most recent exclusive research into the sector.
Top 5 Questions to Ask Before Your Lease Expires
New and interesting ways to increase productivity in the workplace have been buzzing around for a while. Employers care about the quality of the end results, but it’s not all about numbers anymore. Employers are concerned with employee mental health and want to create a workplace environment that fosters creativity, positivity, and increased productivity as a result. There are many adjustments that can be made or amenities office buildings can offer tenants in order to increase overall employee productivity. Take a look at these five trends that help increase productivity in the office:
Jim Clark – My Story.
Most would be satisfied with a wildly successful career on Wall Street and then in investment sales, but EnTrust Realty Advisors managing principal, Jim Clark, had a higher calling. In 2002, Jim was doing some soul searching post 9/11 and his wife’s car accident. (He had worked at Lehman on the 110th floor of the WTC; his wife was fine.) What followed was a Master of Divinity from Garrett Theological Seminary at Northwestern, learning Hebrew to study original texts, and today’s busy schedule closing deals during the week and preaching at St. John AME in Aurora on weekends (snapped officiating a wedding). The beginning: Jim grew up in NYC, undergrad at NYU, and MBA at Columbia. He started in investment banking at Lehman in the mid ’80s with the vice chairman, who ran the global asset management and real estate business lines(syndication was huge—Lehman had just acquired Balcor). In 2002, Jim was doing some soul searching post 9/11 and his wife’s car accident. (He had worked at Lehman on the 110th floor of the WTC; his wife was fine.) What followed was a Master of Divinity from Garrett Theological Seminary at Northwestern.