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January 2, 2020

Predicting 2020: Politics, From The Election To Rent Control, Will Loom Over CRE

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While any presidential election year figures to be heavy on political talk, this year, many commercial real estate industry titans believe politics will dominate the commercial real estate conversation, far beyond the battle for the White House.

Predicting 2020: Politics, From The Election To Rent Control, Will Loom Over CRE

The United States is already in a contentious election cycle, and the House of Representatives has already voted to impeach President Donald Trump. Unpopular policies in real estate circles, including rent controlvacancy fees and inclusionary zoning, are gaining steam in the country’s biggest…

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Site Selection In 2020: The Squeeze Is On

Attracting a relocating business to a particular place is tougher than ever in the current high-employment, incentive-skeptical climate. Yet in the face of such headwinds, economic development organizations have come up with some creative ideas to boost their site selection prospects.

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Final Opportunity Zone Regulations Released By Trump Administration

Final Opportunity Zone Regulations Released By Trump Administration  

Two years after the opportunity zone program became law, the final round of regulations about how they will be implemented has been released to the public.

The Treasury Department and the IRS published the 544-page document Thursday afternoon with a number of substantial changes and additions from previous iterations of guidance. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement that the new regulations will provide "clarity and certainty" to investors that will allow for more capital to flow into opportunity zones.

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How Can Real Estate Companies Prove Their Commitment To ESG?

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As the drumbeat grows louder for corporate citizens to adhere to the three pillars of environmental, social and governance responsibility, the criteria to judge companies on those fronts remain abstract.

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