What if the Russians Aren't Coming?
NEW YORK CITY—With the current slowdown in the Russian economy, what does this mean for foreign interest in the multifamily market here? James Nelson looks at the numbers.Read More
Addressing the Small- to Mid-sized Capital Gap in NYC
NEW YORK CITY—James Nelson of Massey Knakal Realty Services and George Yerall of River Oak discuss the new JV and how it plans to address the small- to mid-sized capital gap in NYC real estate.Read More
The Effect of Stock Market Volatility on Real Estate
NEW YORK CITY—With the market proving itself especially volatile, what does that mean to the real estate market? James Nelson looks at the numbers.Read More
Manhattan Investors Exchange To the Boroughs and Beyond
NEW YORK CITY—How far are investors willing to venture outside the city for healthy returns?Read More
Single Families Prevail in NYC
NEW YORK CITY—Like condos, many single family buyers are now foreign investors looking to ‘park’ their money here... Thus, this single family conversion trend should only continue to increase, says Massey Knakal in this EXCLUSIVE column.Read More
Technology’s Impact on the Real Estate Industry
NEW YORK CITY—James Nelson speaks with Ash Zandieh of RE Tech on technology's impact to CRE.Read More
Eight Reasons Why NYC Land Could Become Even More Expensive
NEW YORK CITY—Manhattan's prices are high, but can they get higher? Massey Knakal's James Nelson looks at the numbers.Read More
The Need to Eliminate FIRPTA
NEW YORK CITY—How much harm does FIRPTA do to foreign investment? James Nelson breaks it down for the latest installment of "The Full Nelson."Read More
NYC Investment Sales Set Host of Records for 1Q14
NEW YORK CITY—It looks like NYC investment sales market could eclipse 2007’s record year on many accounts, if the momentum continues from the first quarter.Read More
Are 1031s in Danger?
NEW YORK CITY—For decades, real estate investors have utilized the 1031 tax free exchange to reinvest sale proceeds for like-kind property, therefore deferring the capital gains tax due.Read More
About Cushman & Wakefield
Cushman & Wakefield advises and represents clients on all aspects of property occupancy and investment. Founded in 1917, it has approximately 250 offices in 60 countries, employing more than 16,000 professionals. It offers a complete range of services to its occupier and investor clients for all property types, including leasing, sales and acquisitions, equity, debt and structured finance, corporate finance and investment banking, appraisal, consulting, corporate services, and property, facilities, project and risk management.