Millennials want to be conveniently located to work and leisure activities.
To keep the momentum going, companies need to operate on solid foundations, stay resilient to future downturns and update their business models.
Examine emerging opportunities against hard evidence and on-the-ground advice, as well as soft power.
REITs have numerous process-specific IT options, but how these systems work together is the bigger question. Finding the right mix can be a daunting task.
Governance is a proactive way for REITs to distinguish themselves in the market and gain control in an uncertain regulatory environment.
With the real estate industry rebounding, opportunities and challenges abound. Our specialized Real Estate team works with real estate investment trusts (REITs); office, retail and industrial owners and developers; and property management firms — helping companies mitigate risks such as fluctuations in market conditions, interest rates and taxes. We help companies with issues including:
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Location: Charlotte, NC
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