Month: May 2020

Sonya Carp and her husband own two short-term rental properties in Florida, and they have decided to list one for sale as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Courtesy of Sonya Carp Consolidation is hitting the market for short-term home rentals as the coronavirus pandemic has curtailed travel dramatically this year. Small landlords and venture-backed
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In response to the coronavirus crisis, supply chains will change—and the industrial market will change along with them. Supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic are expected to increase demand for warehouse space and, at the same time, drive lasting changes in storage and logistics. Additionally, increased attention to supply chains will likely spur companies
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Kevin O’Leary told CNBC on Friday the coronavirus crisis has shown that remote working is good for employees and a business’s bottom line.  “Productivity is significantly higher when you give people what they want,” the “Shark Tank” investor said on “Squawk Box.” ”Maybe they’re taking care of an aged parent, maybe they’re raising kids, maybe they don’t want to
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Los Angeles-based CBRE Group made public several initiatives to help its employees and give back to the communities it operates in, according to the company’s recently-published Corporate Responsibility Report. “Our people have stepped up to help clients navigate COVID-19′s challenges and also answered the call within their communities. In addition, we organized the largest fundraising
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A qualified zoning consultant can help you navigate the changing landscape, keep transactions in motion and maintain compliance. Keeping deals on track during the pandemic requires us to stay abreast of constantly shifting limitations and restrictions on the way we do business. While municipalities are easing restrictions now for the sake of allowing businesses to
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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed what happens when you buy or sell a house. Andrew Chang walks through what’s changed in the real estate game. Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice your opinion and connect with us online:
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