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WCRE Appointed Exclusive Marketing Agent for 2201 Route 38 In Cherry Hill

WCRE Appointed Exclusive Marketing Agent for 2201 Route 38 In Cherry Hill

Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) is pleased to announce that it has been appointed exclusive marketing agent to lease 2201 Route 38 in Cherry Hill, an eight-story, +/- 81,000 square foot office building. Download Printable Article (PDF) >>> Among many […]

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What’s Trending In Commercial Real Estate? A Look Into 2023

What's Trending In Commercial Real Estate? A Look Into 2023

The past few years have had the trending in commercial real estate at a crossroads. The pandemic, supply chain disruptions and other issues have significantly affected the sector’s operations. However, there is hope for investors, even as the landscape changes. […]

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Mortgage Bonds Coming Due in 2023

Mortgage Bonds Backed By Office Buildings in 2023

Some $17 billion in mortgage bonds backed by office properties is coming due this year, in an environment where the outlook for the U.S. office market is cloudier than ever and companies continue to shed office space to cut costs. […]

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Grace LaDelfa

LaDelfa brings a diverse commercial real estate background to WCRE services platform. WCRE proudly announces the hiring of Grace LaDelfa as Property Manager to help accelerate and expand the firm’s facilities and property management growth in the Philadelphia & Southern […]

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New Jersey’s Proposed Liquor License Reform Wins Support

New Jersey Governor’s Proposed Liquor License Reform Wins Support From Real Estate Sector

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposal to overhaul what he described as the state’s “antiquated and confusing” Prohibition-era liquor license laws is drawing support from the real estate community and pushback from a restaurant group. Murphy, in his first in-person State […]

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Some Retail Tenants look to Aggressively Expand

Retailers look to expand amid the economic uncertainty

Despite lingering uncertainty in the economy, some retailers are preparing to roll out robust expansion plans in 2023 and subsequent years. An analysis by Minneapolis-based commercial real estate firm Northmarq found, among several retail categories, which tenants have plans to […]

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Office Owners Want to Own More Than Office Space

Office Owners

Many of the most prominent office developers in the U.S. are shifting gears, looking to buy or build real estate that isn’t office.  Boston Properties Inc. is planning to develop 2,000 residential units up and down the East Coast. The […]

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John Mazurie

Experienced Business Leader is Named Senior Advisor for Atlantic County Region WCRE proudly announces the hiring of John Mazurie, who joins to handle the firm’s growth in Atlantic County, NJ and the surrounding areas. Mazurie will focus on continuing the […]

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Southern New Jersey & Philly Markets Buffeted By Rapid Interest Rate Hikes, Inflation Leasing and Sales are Down, and Some Deals in Progress are Disrupted Commercial real estate brokerage WCRE reported in its analysis of the fourth quarter that commercial […]

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US Industrial Development Starts the Plunge in the Fourth Quarter

Inflation and the higher interest rates accompanying it have finally begun to curtail the largest commercial real estate construction boom by square footage recorded for any property type in the U.S. since the 1980s. About 134 million square feet of […]

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Lower Commercial Property Taxes: One Benefit of a Rocky Market

Lower commercial property taxes

Lower commercial property taxes are a silver linin in an otherwise rocky market. The commercial real estate market is, to put it mildly, in a state of transition. Although vacancy rates are coming down as post-COVID America returns to the […]

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Year End Tax Planning for Commercial Property Owners

year end tax planning tips for property owners

Let’s look at some year end tax planning tips for property owners. The real estate and hospitality industries have gotten very comfortable with the luxury of having 100 percent bonus depreciation on certain asset classes since it was re-enacted by […]

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