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Should real estate investors sell in California

There has been a significant drop in the rate of commercial real estate deals, and it has many people concerned about what they should be doing. In 2016, there was an 11 percent reduction in deals, which is the first time closed real estate loans have fallen since 2009. This is the result of a number of entities, including private equity firms and hedge funds, starting to sell assets and switching to safer investments.

Investors, lenders and tenants connected by new technology

Technology is creating platforms that improve the management of commercial real estate and bring in more investors. Software and apps from companies like ClickNotices and BuildScience allow property managers in California and elsewhere to track maintenance requests sent from tenants' smart phones and monitor rent collection.

Data centers and commercial real estate

California investors who are interested in current trends in commercial real estate may be interested in how cloud demand is affecting the industry in North Texas. The Dallas-Fort Worth area is one of the top four data center markets in the world and has the potential for even more growth in the future as the demand for cloud storage increases.

Commercial real estate is thriving in the Southeastern U.S.

The commercial real estate market has enjoyed robust growth in recent years, and rising demand in California cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego has been a major contributor. However, several industry experts believe that overlooking the Southeastern United States could be a mistake for developers, and they point to surging economies in Miami and Atlanta and record demand for industrial space to back up their claims.

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