Six Ways to Spot a Shoddy Commercial Real Estate Appraisal

Lisa DukeAppraisal, Around Town, News

If you are a non-appraiser and tasked with reading and trying to determine the validity of a CRE appraisal report, it can be an intimidating experience. Moreover, while there is no sure way to tell if the values are valid, there are a few telltale signs that should immediately raise a red flag, and you should consider seeking trusted professional … Read More

Five CRE Trends That Hit Home

Walter Duke + PartnersAround Town, News

Florida Apartment Appraisals

Recent studies show that single-family homes in Miami-Dade County are rising in value more slowly near sea level than at higher elevations. Low elevation properties are becoming Miami’s laggards.

Five Ways Irma Will Impact Florida Commercial Real Estate Values

Walter Duke + PartnersNews, Walter Duke

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, the clean-up and rebuilding aren’t the only fallout that Florida must deal with. Walter Duke + Partners has survived four catastrophic hurricanes since 1975. Based on our recent and historical experience, below are five ways we see Irma impacting Florida real estate values. The cost of labor and materials will rise dramatically post-storm putting … Read More

8 Takeaways from the ’16 Realtors Commercial Alliance Symposium

Walter Duke + PartnersNews, Walter Duke

Walter Duke 2016 Realtors Commercial Alliance Symposium Moderator

Commercial Real Estate Heavy Hitters Yesterday I was privileged to moderate a panel of commercial real estate heavy hitters as they discussed their views on the commercial real estate market for Broward and Palm Beach Counties to a packed room of commercial real estate brokers and lenders. The power panel consisted of Bob Shapiro of Master Development, Jeff Greene of … Read More