Dodge Data & Analytics
This on-demand webinar will give you the insights and details you need to plan for business success in 2019 and beyond. Hosted by Dodge’s Chief Economist Robert Murray and Senior Director of Industry Insights Research Steve Jones, this one hour webinar highlights construction starts across several project types, along with the major factors affecting construction today.
It is easy to forget we must consider our safety as real estate agents, but the truth is, the world is not always a safe place. In this on-demand webinar Breakthrough Broker's President, and retired police offer, Eric Sachs shares unique safety perspectives law force officials consider that you may be overlooking as an RE agent.
Reciprocal easement agreements (REAs) are necessary documents to address access rights for adjacent development, shared utility infrastructure, the construction, maintenance, and repair of shared components, and the allocation of costs for such shared components. In recent years, REAs and commercial leases also have presented unique challenges to the repurposing of shopping centers and addressing shared spaces affected by emerging technology, such as parking areas.
Our program will provide a framework for the drafting of reciprocal easements. The panel will provide information on relevant provisions to include in reciprocal easements depending upon the context of the project, including allocating development rights and encroachments into air space related to the development of the property.
Listen as our authoritative panel of practitioners discusses best practices for drafting and negotiating complex easement agreements. The panel will discuss reciprocal easements in commercial developments such as mixed-used and retail projects, as well as issues involved in restrictions on airspace.
Urban Land Institute
Currently, a substantial amount of real estate assets are located in coastal cities vulnerable to the effects of climate change, from catastrophic events such as hurricanes and flooding, to more gradual changes such as sea level rise or extreme heat. Recent research has shown that the impact of real and perceived risks of climate change are already beginning to be reflected in pricing of residential real estate, and commercial real estate may be next.