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Commercial Connections is published four times annually and distributed to members of the National Association of REALTORS® and commercial real estate industry leaders. To receive the newsletter, update your NRDS information to include commercial interests in the "Field of Business List."

Spring 2013: The Young Professionals

March 29, 2013: 

According to the 2012 NAR Commercial Member Profile the median age of a full time commercial real estate professional is 57 but don't tell these professionals. In this issue of Commercial Connections ask some young agents who have made an impact in the commercial world how they have been able to learn from and keep up with their more experienced colleagues.

Winter 2012: The People, The Tools, The Outlook

January 15, 2013: 

It's a new year and for many it's a time to reevaluate how we do business. This issue of Commercial Connections helps you get on the right track by giving you some of the people, tools and outlook to make your impression on the commercial real estate market in 2013.

Fall 2012: Middle Market Magic

October 30, 2012: 

The economy is still struggling, but some cities are outpacing their neighbors — adding the good jobs that fuel demand for office, retail, and multifamily properties. What secrets do these mid-sized cities (1.5 to 2.5 million in population) share? Editor Mariwyn Evans explains.

Summer 2012: Making Strides in a Jumpy Economy

July 26, 2012: 

Are weak job numbers and debt headaches making your clients uneasy about commercial real estate performance? In this issue of Commercial Connections, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun explains why you shouldn't worry.

Winter 2012: A Force for Making Smart Growth Reality

January 1, 2012: 

Smart growth can have a significant impact on commercial property demand and values—and is often overlooked by many commercial practitioners.

Fall 2011: Co-Working Spaces and Commercial Real Estate

September 1, 2011: 

Loosely defined, a co-working space is a site where independent professionals and freelancers—anyone with workplace flexibility and mobility—can come to work.

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