Post written by Ron Rossi, VP of Business Development at IMS and published by Forbes on July 3rd, 2019. The United States job market is strong, with the longest streak on record of 102 months of continued job growth as of March 2019. I feel continued optimism about the future. However, many sectors of the […]
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Post written by Ron Rossi, VP of Business Development at IMS. Published by Forbes on September 26th, 2019. I have spent over 20 years in the world of commercial real estate, and it’s no secret that this industry has not traditionally been an early adopter of any sort of technology. Commercial real estate is […]
When investing in a real estate project as a passive partner, cash distributions are calculated and made using what is called a ‘waterfall,’ most of which are structured according to reasonably uniform standards, and some of which are more creative.
Waterfall calculations are used by real estate developers to calculate distributions to investors during the life cycle of a project and there have been some notable shifts in how they are structured since the emergence of real estate crowdfunding – with significant implications.
Real estate syndications use what are called ‘waterfalls’ to structure and compensate principals and investors, and these are seldom altered once a developer creates a structure that works for them.
It’s no secret that architecture draws crowds—the Empire State Building alone generates nearly $85 million in revenue annually from visitors…
According to an old German proverb, “there is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.” Turbulent circumstances may inconvenience us, but it is what we do to adjust to new and changing conditions that allows us to succeed or fail, a concept which defines our adaptability. It is perhaps the most essential element […]
Hostels have traditionally been shunned by higher-earning travelers, who opt for privacy and amenities and can afford the higher nightly cost of hotels. But the outlook for hostels is changing. Innovative design and amenities have some travelers choosing hostels as their first-pick when traveling to highly desirable and pricey locations. Hostels are a lodging niche […]
Globalization is the process of businesses and economies operating on an increasingly international scale. Products, investments, and technology are shared more freely across international borders, leading to a more fluid investment landscape as more capital is deployed globally. While globalization encompasses a broad range of activities and trends, it interacts with the commercial real estate […]
The wellness economy continues to take the world by storm, changing the way people eat, behave, spend, and live. This industry was valued at $4.2 trillion in 2017, and only continues to expand as people share their newfound wellness habits on social media and spread awareness of the trend. Wellness is a catch-all term […]
In 2018, manufacturing accounted for $2.33 trillion of United States GDP. The manufacturing industry is a subset of the greater industrial market, including fulfillment, imports, exports, and other services vital to the functioning of the economy. This sector is concerned with the production of goods, which in the US include but are not limited to […]
Recent accelerating growth in the life science industry is paving the way for an increasing number of US science and tech start-ups. US biotech research employment increased 20% faster than overall employment between 2013 and 2016, with a record $20 billion in venture capital invested in life science start-ups in 2017. With such rapid growth, demand for […]