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4 Ways Retailers are Acquiring Mobile Customers

Posted by Kerry Seriani on August 31, 2017 in No Category
If you can attract customers to your store through their mobile devices, you are reaching an audience that looks at their phones all day long and carries them everywhere they go. When they’re bored, while they’re taking the train to work, they are checking their phones and surfing online. When they are looking for deals, your app should be promoting it to that enormous audience of potential customers. The Importance of Acquiring Mobile Customers How do you get Smartphone owners to download your ... read more
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Opportunity in Second-Tier Malls is Noted

Posted by Kerry Seriani on August 28, 2017 in No Category
A recent Wall Street Journal article profiled the increased interest that second-tier malls are seeing from investors. Described in the article are a diverse group of investors who are making big bets on beaten-down shopping centers —or those they refer to as “B” malls. While big investors like General Growth Properties and Simon Property Group are shifting their focus to prime properties in desirable locations —those that offer heavy foot traffic and are command the attention of high-end... read more
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Companies Focused on Cities with Skilled Workers

Posted by Kerry Seriani on August 24, 2017 in No Category
With cities and urban areas attracting more people and an increasing population not only in primary cities but also in secondary cities, the population in these areas is also creating a highly skilled employee pool for potential employers. Due to this some companies are either expanding and putting new offices in these cities or they are moving their company to these cities to benefit from the pool of skilled workers. This is quite the contrast from years ago when many companies were moving away from the city ... read more
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4 CRE Stats from 2016 That Might Surprise You

Posted by Kerry Seriani on August 23, 2017 in No Category
Big data is driving more aspects of the business world than ever. CRE is no different and these data points and statistics can help predict what the market has in store for the future. Not only does it help predict, but it also helps to show what is happening and what is working for businesses. Here are some statistics from 2016 about commercial real estate that might surprise you. Lower Than Expected Vacancy Rates In the beginning of 2016 vacancy rates were expected to surge, but they remained low through... read more
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