Magazine article Journal of Property Management

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Magazine article Journal of Property Management

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Percentage of renters surveyed* who are

> Interested in the following amenities

> Consider not having the amenity a deal-breaker

*SOURCE: 2017 NMHC/KINGSLEY RENTER PREFERENCES REPORT

Renters, including both apartment and single-family home tenants, spent a record $485.6 billion in 2017, AN INCREASE OF $4.9 billion from 2016.

SOURCE: ZILLOW

"There's a lot of discussion about robots replacing labor--while the jobs may be different and there will likely be fewer of them, the reality is labor will always be critical to the industrial sector."

BOB SMIETANA. VICE CHAIRMAN AND CEO, HSA COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE. CHICAGO. (GL0BEST.COM)

Despite some chain retailers closing several locations in New York City, the overall number of chain locations grew by 1.8 percent in 2017, higher than 2016 (1.2 percent) and 2015 (1 percent). All boroughs except Staten Island saw growth in chains, with Brooklyn experiencing the most. Years of steady increases have resulted in a 35 percent jump in the number of chain locations of all kinds in the city since 2008.

SOURCE GRAINS NEW YORK BUSINESS

THE U.S. OFFICE VACANCY RATE ROSE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FIVE YEARS, FROM

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