There is a lot of talk going around about a recession lately. The U.S. economy has now been expanding for over ten straight years. It will eventually come to an end and start contracting at some point in time.
The yield curve’s inversion on Wednesday spooked the stock market. Real-estate investment trusts held up a little better—and, if history is any indicator, some could be in for a period of out performance.
As vacancy rates hit all-time lows in major cities, San Francisco may offer a glimpse of things to come, predicting the need for technology companies of all sizes to rethink their real estate strategies.
Technology has changed the way property agents and companies market their services from offering virtual services, 2019 is set to be another transformative year. Let’s have a look at some real estate trends to keep an eye out for this year.