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Commercial Real Estate Sales in Philadelphia Sector Enter 2024 on a Low Note

Philadelphia’s Commercial Real Estate Sales Enter 2024 on a Low Note

After enduring the slowest year for commercial property sales in over a decade in 2023, the Philadelphia region approaches the new year with cautious optimism. The initial months are expected […]

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WCRE THIRD QUARTER 2023 REPORT

WCRE THIRD QUARTER 2023 REPORT

Southern New Jersey & Philly Markets Take a Hit, as the Broader Economy Endures Economic Growth Remains Robust, but Rising Interest Rates Weigh Down Commercial Real Estate Commercial real estate […]

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Here is Where the Distressed CRE Loans are Piling Up the Fastest

Where distressed commercial real estate loans are piling up the fastest

The rate of loans backing office properties that are considered distressed or delinquent is on the rise as landlords of outdated office towers struggle to refill vacant spaces and cash […]

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WCRE Second Quarter 2023 Report

WCRE Second Quarter 2023 Report

South Jersey & Philly Markets See Mixed Results Key Indicators Show Signs of Trouble, Yet the Metro is Outperforming Peer Markets Commercial real estate brokerage WCRE reported in its analysis […]

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Worries Over a Slowdown in Lending May Be Premature

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Earlier this summer, when gas prices neared $5 per gallon and the United States was dealing with inflation worries, many commercial real estate experts predicted a slowdown in lending for […]

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CHEMMIE SOKOLIC JOINS WCRE AS DUE DILIGENCE & DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT

Chemmie brings more than 21 years’ experience to WCRE Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) proudly announces the hiring of Chemmie Sokolic as the firm’s due diligence & development consultant to […]

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Brandywine Expects Return-to-Office Recovery To Take At Least Three Quarters

Brandywine Realty Trust is seeing a big comeback in leasing activity as more tenants contemplate returning to the office, but executives cautioned it could take several months until operations are […]

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Consumers Spent $900 Billion More Online in 2020. Here’s Who Will Keep the Biggest Gains

Consumers across the globe spent $900 billion more at online retailers in 2020 compared with the prior two-year trend, according to a report released Tuesday by the Mastercard Economics Institute.  […]

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Retail Rent Collections Climb to 90% for the First Time in a Year

Retail rent collections are steadily improving. In February, rent collections surpassed 90% among national retailers for the first time since March 2020, when the pandemic began, according to research from […]

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13M Square Feet and Growing: Mapping Amazon’s Rapidly Expanding Real Estate Footprint Across the Philadelphia Region

From Northeast Philadelphia to King of Prussia, Amazon.com Inc.’s real estate footprint continues to grow throughout the tri-state area and the company now occupies a tad more than 13 million […]

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Office Sublet Space May Pose More of a Competitive Threat Than Initially Thought

Office sublet space may pose more of a competitive threat than initial estimates indicated.  Initially, it looked to some that, while the amount of sublet space in the U.S. office […]

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Empty Office Buildings Squeeze City Budgets as Property Values Fall

WASHINGTON — At a meeting with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen last month, Jeff Williams, the mayor of Arlington, Texas, laid out his grim economic predicament: Heavy spending on coronavirus testing […]

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