Category Archives: Broker Business Blog

7-Eleven rolling out 500 electric vehicle ports by end of 2022

Convenience giant also pledges to meet a 50% reduction of CO2 emissions by 2030 Michael Browne | Jun 02, 2021This article was originally shared at Supermarket News Convenience retailer 7‑Eleven Inc. is accelerating its environmental ambitions by announcing a goal of building at least 500 Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) ports at 250 select U.S. and Canada…
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Amazon extends free rent to small tenants for another month

Amazon extends free rent to small tenants for another month An Amazon spokesperson on Wednesday said the company will not collect rents from the restaurants and other small businesses that operate in its office towers. Amazon has not been collecting rent since March, when the pandemic mandated work-from-home policies. That emptied out office buildings across…
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How COVID-19 might affect the commercial real estate market

How COVID-19 might affect the commercial real estate market COVID-19 has negatively impacted every industry, including the commercial real estate sector. Whether or not this industry can bounce back — and to what extent — is dependent on several factors. “COVID-19 will usher in a form of real estate Darwinism where only the financially strong…
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How Financial Institutions Can Make Their Commercial Real Estate Portfolios Crisis-Proof

How Financial Institutions Can Make Their Commercial Real Estate Portfolios Crisis-Proof Over the last few weeks, nonessential businesses across the United States have temporarily closed their doors to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. For many business owners, this has imposed several economic challenges. Even as retailers, restaurants, warehouses and office parks are shut down,…
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