Multi-Family Properties Might Be The Way To Multi-Millions

In the current commercial real estate market, investing in multi-family homes should be on the radar. Multi-family properties don’t always have to be 20 floor sky rise apartments in a big city. They can be smaller duplexes, town homes Read more

New Real Estate View: Why The Homeless Are Big Business In New York

It's a grim scenario: In New York, there are more than 50,000 homeless. Of that number, 21,000 are children, an increase of 21 percent from last year, according to a report by the Coalition for the Homeless, a New Read more

Red Is the New Green – Chinese Investors Eye US Assets

***This blog entry is a guest post from Elton Steinberg, Marketing Associate at United Realty*** American fund managers should be aware of current and future trends that may make the Chinese account for a more significant portion of overall foreign Read more

Gimme Shelter - Foreign Investors Seek Returns and Safe Haven in US Real Estate

***This blog entry is a guest post from Elton Steinberg, Marketing Associate at United Realty*** Foreign investment has been a significant driver of the US real estate market recovery. Investors from across the globe have been responding to negative stimuli Read more

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Welcome To The “#CRE Post” Blog

Greetings,

Commercial real estate and investing are the foundations of United Realty. Without large commercial properties and the people who invest in them, our company, staff and current roles in the real estate ecosystem would not exist.

Making the decision to blog on behalf of United Realty was not an easy one. The information we hope you find on this blog will need to be informative, relevant, professional, and most of all – consistent. These responsibilities fall on the shoulders of our staff and each other.

We look forward to sharing our commercial real estate insight and experience as well as our capital markets insight and experience with those who choose to read the blog. Expect to find our thoughts on industry transactions and trends, as well as what we believe the future holds with respect to what we specialize in. You will also find content related to our role as corporate citizens and the social responsibilities and charitable efforts that we hold close to our hearts.

We look forward to your comments and feedback. We hope that the #CRE Post results in sharing, learning, and turning online connections into offline relationships.

Thank you,

Jacob Frydman, Chief Executive Officer

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