Will the Burlington Center Mall Make a Good Real Estate Investment Project?

The Courier-Post Online has an update on what’s happening at the Burlington Town Center, Burst pipes shutter Burlington mall, but will it reopen? The Burlington Center Mall opened in 1982 amid much excitement from local residents. It brought jobs, a wide array of retail stores, and several strong anchor stores, such as Strawbridge & Clothier […]

Will PHL Upgrades Change Real Estate Investing In Southwest Philly?

BillPenn.com has some great info on the changes coming to i-95 and the area around the airport, Flowers, forests, bike lanes: Major upgrade coming to PHL Airport surroundings. The inside of Philadelphia International Airport has seen substantial renovations over the last year. In 2017, Terminal B was redesigned for a hefty $900 million, including the […]

Real Estate Investors Can Benefit From the Growth of Online Grocery Sales

For those looking to invest in the changes to the retail landscape, industrial properties continue to be an interesting opportunity. It seems that now strategically located industrial properties are increasing in demand due to the growth of online grocery sales. BisNow has an excellent look at this continuing trend, Online Grocery Sales Skyrocketing Despite Dearth […]

Improving an Outdated Office Building

BisNow London has a great article, How To Take Advantage Of Hot Office Trends If You’re Not A Big-Shot Developer With A Fancy New Scheme, that is applicable to owners of older office buildings, especially those in the suburbs. It is easy for large office owners and developers to embrace the most cutting-edge trends when […]

Is Technology a Key for Warehouse and Industrial Property Investors

Innovation in real estate is not only taking place with co-working spaces and office buildings, but changes are even increasing in the industrial real estate market. The big drive behind this change is e-commerce and the change to the retail landscape. This article had an interesting perspective on the challenges facing industrial real estate owners, […]

Should Suburban Office Building Owners Consider Co-Working Spaces

Bisnow has a good look at how some suburban office building owners, Creative Co-Working Techniques For Office Owners And Operators, are looking to incorporate co-working spaces into their buildings. The article lists some challenges the building owners and investors can face, but notes that will the rise in popularity of co-working spaces it is something […]

Revitalizing the Philadelphia Suburban Corporate Center

There is an interesting article on one of the nation’s first corporate centers, In Fort Washington, new life for a historic office park. In 1955, Philip and Nathan Seltzer broke ground on one of the country’s first business parks, just off the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Fort Washington. At the time, sprawling corporate campuses were thought […]

Insurance Risks For Hosting Private Parties and Galas

A good reminder for those who hose a number of real estate investor or sales events during the year. Making sure you are properly insured, is important especially as you scale your real estate investing. Courtesy of AIG Private Client Group: Whether hosting a birthday party or a charity gala, organizing a successful event requires […]

Atlantic City Investment Opportunity

The Press of Atlantic City has a write-up on the investment opportunity the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) is holding in Atlantic City. From the Press: The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority will be auctioning off 95 excess pieces of properties later this month. Max Spann Real Estate and Auction Co., has scheduled an auction for […]

How Expensive is Owning a Beach House?

Though many real estate investors stay away from investing in beach houses, I’ve heard of more than one real estate investor who is willing to take the risk on a beach house. Depending on the market and amount you’re willing to invest, buying a beach house that pays for itself, may not be an impossibility. […]