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Brevitas was founded as an exclusive marketplace for the acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate assets. Brevitas was built for owners, principals, and brokers who are dissatisfied with traditional methods to acquire and/or sell CRE Assets. Focused on private, open, and off market listings, Brevitas is an international platform that provides security, efficiency, and exposure to qualified investors.
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Blockchain and bitcoin technology are still in their infant stage. However, the technology has made steady progress as it begins to disrupt major industries and the debate over the potential uses and impact blockchain technology could have on the real estate industry is also heating up.
The Brevitas Off Market Deal Book provides you with a curated, varied selection of recent off market commercial real estate transactions.
As the world continues to shrink (metaphorically, don’t panic), international real estate investment is becoming more popular than ever before. Improved communications, reduced transactional friction, and investment-friendly policies are drawing Asian investment to the U.S. market in record numbers.
Foreign investment in America, CRE has been booming in recent years, and fierce competition for a limited supply of properties has led some international investors to look beyond the primary markets to find a more suitable deal. Certainly New York still attracts the most foreign capital, including massive sovereign funds as well as high net worth individuals from China and the Middle East.
Marketing approaches for CRE development projects have come a long way. Attracting strong buyers now involves strategic implementation of CRE tech tools that enhance and streamline the process. It’s worth incorporating new technology that brings projects to life, clarifying details and providing context.
Like every other segment of the commercial real estate market, retail took a major hit in the downturn. Vacancies soared as established franchises left the scene, and the industry was forced to step back and reassess strategies.
2015 was a massive year for CRE deals in New York. Sales of commercial properties in the city set a new record, totaling $70 billion. This is a 12.5% increase from the previous, record, set in pre-recession 2007.
Commercial real estate marketplace, Brevitas, announced its collaboration with one of India’s largest development companies, Embassy Group. The collaboration serves to further expand Brevitas’ presence in one of commercial real estate’s emerging markets.
The American commercial real estate market has received a sizable shot in the arm from foreign investors in recent years, and indications point to continued growth there.