Is a More Family Friendly Model the Key for Golf Course Revitalization?

One thing you constantly see for sale, on commercial property listing websites is defunct golf courses. Many smaller courses have closed or have been on the verge of closing for years. Since Tiger took the golf world by storm, there has been little-renewed interest. I’ve long thought to renovate old golf courses, could be a […]

Will New Qualified Opportunity Zones Change Where to Invest In Philadelphia and the Suburbs?

For those looking to invest in Philadelphia real estate, some new Qualified Opportunity Zones could make a big difference. Jacob Adelman on writes, Investors with ventures along much of Market Street in West Philadelphia and Broad Street in North Philadelphia, as well as neighborhoods such as Mantua, Point Breeze, and Brewerytown, may be in for new […]

Can Grocery Stores Continue to Be Valuable For Commercial Real Estate Owners?

For those commercial real estate investors looking to revitalize commercial retail properties, looking into grocery tenants as anchors continues to hold value. A recent article,Grocery-Anchored Centers Continue To Be A Viable Investment from BisNow highlights how the market continues to see them as a solid play, though it likely is not a real estate investing strategy […]

Will Warehouses Outpace Office Buildings as Investments? has a good look at the growth of warehouses as real estate investments, With e-commerce booming, warehouses are now worth more than office buildings. Colliers looked at 14 North American markets (all but one, Toronto, in the U.S.) and found that such warehouses sold last year at an average capitalization rate of 5.8 percent. […]

Investing In Suburban Mid-Rise Office Buildings

For those looking to invest in office buildings, this recent article, Why Mid-Rise Buildings Are the Future of Office Investment,  by Tim Lee a VP with the Olive Hill Group on the National Real Estate Investor site (  has some excellent insight on the benefits of considering mid-rise office buildings as a real estate investment […]

Online Grocery Sales Creating Demand for Strategically Located Cold Storage Facilities

A growing opportunity for investors in warehouses and industrial properties is the potential to offer cold storage, to meet a rising demand. BisNow has a recent article, about the growing demand for cold storage facilities, Grocery Delivery, Cold Storage Demand Grows Across The U.S. As the grocery delivery market continues to expand, that boom could […]

Do Mall Owners Need to Innovate More?

Jim Walsh of The Courier-Post has some insights into PREIT’s year-end reporting, Loss rises for operator of South Jersey malls. It definitely has been a tough year for retail property investors and owners, especially those who own and operate malls. PHILADELPHIA – The owner of the Cherry Hill and Moorestown Malls has reported an annual […]

Make Sure Your Real Estate Marketing Events Are Insured

Many times when doing one-off events, small business owners neglect to think about the insurance ramifications. It is especially important to consider the liability if people are going to be on your property or you are hosting an event. This can be especially true for real estate investors who are looking to use guerrilla marketing […]

Investing In a New Real Estate Market

Many real estate investors are often reluctant to branch outside their market and this is often for good reason. No matter if your preferred method of real estate investing is buying houses quickly for cash in Lancaster or investing in commercial properties, once you have a good system it’s hard to take the risk in […]

Insuring Your Home-Based Real Estate Investing Business

HOME BUSINESS INSURANCE Unfortunately, many home based business owners don’t realize they have little or no coverage under a standard homeowners policy. If something were to happen such as a delivery person slipping while making a business related delivery, then as homeowner you could find yourself without any coverage. If you have started a home-based […]