Public spaces could be a city's most underutilized and potentially valuable assets.
In evaluating thousands of public spaces around the world, the Project for Public Spaces has found successful places have four qualities in common.
Placemaking is a relatively new term but it reflects a traditional and conventional concept: it is an old idea made new again.
Find out what renewing your CIPS membership can do for you.
Most forward-thinking global investments are now taking place in regions that, until recently, were relatively undeveloped.
Emerging markets in Africa, South America and Asia represent some of the riskiest real estate investments in the world, however, they can also present the potential for opportunity.
This issue of Global Perspectives looks at factors driving emerging market investments—and which markets appear most promising.
NAR hosted the USA Pavilion at MIPIM, one of the largest commercial real estate conferences in the world, in Cannes, France.
On Monday, March 9, 2015, the 3 largest credit-reporting firms – Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion – reached an agreement with New York state to overhaul their reporting and error resolution practices. Many of these changes will be implemented on a national basis roughly over the next 3 years.
Topics: Credit Policy