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Cassidy Turley is a national team of commercial real estate professionals with a proven track record of delivering superior results for our clients. We are dedicated to consistently providing solutions that are creative, cost-effective and responsive to our clients’ specific real estate needs, while supporting overall business performance.

- Completed transactions valued at $22 billion in 2011   

- Manage over 455 million SF on behalf of private, institutional and corporate clients

- Maintain more than 60 offices nationwide

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Looking Back at the Labor Market’s Recovery

  
  
  
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By Leigh Ann DeWitte, Intern and Rebecca Rockey, Economist 

Over the past few years, the economic recovery has been different from other post-war recoveries.  It is uneven, sluggish and its magnitude varies greatly by geographic region and industry. The financial crisis that shocked our economy in 2008 disrupted significant sections of the labor market. Economists still debate the extent to which structural changes are occurring, and rightfully so. But because “this time is [so] different,” it is an interesting exercise to take a deeper look into the labor market trends that have developed since the Great Recession.

The 2014 National Building Competition: Battle of the Buildings!

  
  
  
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by Katie Ross, Sustainability Project Manager

The EPA’s National Building Competition (NBC) is kicking off its 2014 competition today. Each year EPA challenges commercial buildings to compete to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. In its fifth year, the 2014 competition is shaping up to be the biggest year yet with 5,500 buildings signed up to compete across the country.

The Consumer Confidence Game

  
  
  
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By Garrick Brown, Research Director 

June’s consumer confidence numbers from The Conference Board indicate that Americans now have the highest level of confidence in the economy that we have seen since January 2008. Keep in mind that the financial meltdown didn’t happen until September of that year, though clearly the housing market was in deep trouble by then and the overall economy was starting to go off the rails at that point. But, the good news is that American consumers have essentially returned to pre-recession levels of confidence.

Sustainability and CRE: 8 Dynamic Trends

  
  
  
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By Michael Alexander, Senior Project Manager 

With all of the recent chatter about climate change, new EPA regulations and the impact of global warming on the U.S. economy, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that sustainability practices are also influencing the actions of commercial real estate asset managers.

How Retailers Benefit from Tenant Representation

  
  
  
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By Bill French, Senior Managing Director

I was recently awarded an assignment requiring prime space to lease in a market with close to 99% occupancy. After thoroughly canvassing the market, I could not find any existing space to fulfill my client’s need. However, I noticed some space under construction where progress had stagnated. I contacted the original listing agent who indicated the tenant was experiencing problems with its franchisor, thus the construction delay. I immediately informed my client and prepared a Letter of Intent that I submitted to the agent and landlord that day for consideration. The listing agent recognized that my client had good credit and a great use for the space.

EPA Proposed What?

  
  
  
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By Michael Alexander, Senior Project Manager and Barrett Starling, Sustainability Intern

On Monday June 2, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a proposed new rule aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions, the primary greenhouse gas (GHG) emission related to human activities, by 30% at existing power plants by 2030. In particular, the rule aims to discourage dependence on coal, which currently generates about 40% of the country’s electricity.

4 Technological Innovations Changing Healthcare Today

  
  
  
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By Lorie Damon, Managing Director, Healthcare Practice Group and Tom Weinhold, Managing Director

From new care delivery models like virtual care and telemedicine, to changing payment models that shift greater responsibility for healthcare costs to consumers, the healthcare industry is transforming.

Single Tenant Net Lease Investments: 4 Big Ideas Trending Now

  
  
  
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By Garrick Brown, Research Director

Our Summer 2014 Single Tenant Net Lease Investment Overview was just released and uncovered a number of trends impacting this commercial real estate sector. Some of the big ideas from the report include:

A Closer Look at Construction: 5 Developments Happening Now

  
  
  
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By Rebecca Rockey, Economist 

Our most recent whitepaper, Insights: Construction - A Look At Trends Over Timewas just released. Here’s a look at five facts playing a role in the state of today’s construction sector. For the full scope, download the whitepaper here

With Skyrocketing Online Retail Sales, What is Happening to Real Estate?

  
  
  
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By Jim Tompkins, CEO, Tompkins International

Online Business to Consumer (B2C) retail sales are estimated to grow by nearly 75% by 2018, and today’s Business to Business (B2B) sales are more than twice the sales of B2C—and growing faster.

Increasingly, consumer product companies are selling goods online. Specifically, consumer packaged food companies are moving to online retail sales as traditional grocery stores and discount super stores transition into private labels. But can these changes affect the real estate industry? Absolutely.

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