A key compliance issue for commercial property practitioners at the moment are the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards, or MEES.
When negotiating and drafting commercial real estate sales contracts, the purchaser and seller must anticipate and mitigate potential risks associated with the deal.
Risks may include environmental conditions impacting the property, title and survey issues, zoning concerns, lease and tenant issues, building code violations, and potential condemnation or other proceedings.
Skillfully negotiated representations, warranties, and remedies for breaches can protect the buyer, while the seller's objective is to limit the scope and survival of representations and warranties.
Listen as our authoritative panel of real estate practitioners provides strategies for buyers' and sellers' counsel negotiating representations and warranties and other key provisions in commercial real estate purchase agreements. The panel will discuss best practices for buyers and sellers to identify and allocate risks when closing a real estate deal.
There are nearly 5B mobile phone users in the world today. We’ve recently surpassed the 50% mark and now over half are smartphone users who are gobbling up bandwidth with live media and immersive content faster than the carriers can supply it. And with so many IoT devices coming online, from video security to automobiles, the demand is increasing exponentially. Although still a couple of years away, 5G and CBRS have not only become hot topics for carriers, telecom equipment manufacturers and end-users, but also building owners and tenants. Despite the high level of interest, there are still numerous questions on how building owners will actually connect with these technologies, and how they’ll impact tenants and visitor’s consumption of data. In this webinar we’ll explore how CRE stakeholders can best prepare to take advantage of these groundbreaking new technologies.
Residential Real Estate Council
In this webinar recording Craig will show you:
- What augmented reality is and how it differs from virtual reality.
- Why these technologies are suddenly exploding in popularity.
- How AR and VR will not only change the way you market and sell your listings, but more importantly, how they are already changing the ways consumers shop and consume real estate.
- Examples of companies and products that are leading the way in this exciting space.