Plyscrapers

When you think of how wood is used in real estate, you probably imagine a quaint log cabin or a suburban neighborhood home. Residential wood construction is still alive and well but commercial real estate developers have also begun incorporating wood into their mixed-use projects....

Brutalism

Brutalism is making a comeback. Don’t worry, we’re not alluding to violence or a resurgence of the Viking era. In real estate, the term “brutalism” is used to describe a style of imposing, concrete-based architecture that prioritizes function over beauty. This modernist design was founded...

How Real Estate Has Changed

Real estate has evolved a great deal in the past few years and will only continue to develop. Marketers, sellers, buyers, and property owners alike are all seeing the impact of these changes. Trends in technology, social media, and buying power have changed the industry...

The 18-Hour City

When you think of places like New York City or Los Angeles, you probably imagine the non-stop hustle and bustle, the buzzing sounds of urbanity, and the colorful lights that illuminate the streets. These energetic areas are often referred to as 24-hours cities. With their...

Amenities Arms Race

With the number of renters on the rise, the multifamily sector is growing and adapting to evolving consumer interests. Property Owners are renovating apartments, adding modern features, and implementing new ways to get prospects in the door. Amenities are also factoring into investment decisions and...

Tiny Homes

Downsizing isn’t just for retirees and empty nesters anymore. Environmental, economic, and social factors are motivating many people to try out a condensed way of living that redefines the traditional home. The tiny house movement has found traction across generations and it’s clear these mini...

Happy Pet, Happy Home

People love their pets. Many of us treat our cuddly kittens and lovable lap dogs with the same level of compassion we share with our own family members. Due to this adorable dynamic, pet owners looking for a new home consider pet satisfaction to be...

Drone’s Eye View

Real Estate has been on the cutting edge of new technology lately. From smart homes to VR integration, the way we interact with the commercial and residential market has become more intimate and advanced. Unsurprisingly, a popular gadget is becoming more prominent in the real...

Workspace Of The Future

Can you picture what your workplace might look like a decade from now? Will it resemble the multi-screen, robot-run, automated office from the Jetsons? Maybe a chic coworking space with an open floorplan? Perhaps the workspace of the future won’t look much like the current...

Millennials In The House

If the endless number of articles about the downfall of everything from focus groups to napkins wasn’t indicative enough, it’s clear Millennials have made their mark on various industries. Homeownership has proven itself to be no exception, though the results have been kinder to real...