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U.S. GDP Growth Sees Increase After Negative Q1

Economists largely expect the U.S. to rebound in Q2 as some of the factors holding back growth early in the year—including supply-chain issues stemming from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine—subside, according to CNBC.   Q1’s decline was the worst for GDP performance since the 31.2% drop seen in Q2 2020, CNBC reported. Real GDP decreased at an annual rate of 1.5% in the first quarter of 2022, according to the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysi...

Yardi Matrix April 2022 Report: No Multifamily Rent Slowdown

The U.S. apartment sector isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. According to Yardi Matrix’s April 2022 “National Multifamily Report,” year-over-year rent growth continues to climb, while occupancy remains in the “full” category at above 96%.  Related news: Read more Yardi Matrix report coverage.  The report stated that asking rent increased by $15 in April to another record-breaking high of $1,659 per unit; year-over-year growth was 14.3%....

How to Become a Commercial Real Estate Broker, and Why

Becoming a commercial real estate broker is, in and of itself, a pretty cut-and-dried process. You pass a state licensing exam after taking the required number of courses, and then you’re a broker. However, there are many considerations, including the pros and cons of obtaining a commercial real estate license and what you’ll do as a licensed commercial real estate broker. In this article, we’ve provided a primer on the process of obtaining a commercial real es...