Market Intelligence

Shifting Gears

In the realm of transportation, we’re seeing a key moment of true disruption that has the potential to reshape our cities and alter how we live. Even a short five years ago, the idea of autonomous vehicles still seemed far-fetched. It would take decades, oneRead More

An Uncertain Certainty

If 2016 proved anything, it’s that making predictions is trickier than ever. Who knew the citizens of the UK would vote to leave the European Union? Or that a continued oil glut would keep energy prices remarkably low—to the benefit of some industries and theRead More

Opening Doors

The ethos of the booming tech industry and the introduction of young professionals in the workplace has reshaped office culture, and, in turn, traditional office spaces. Forward-thinking workplaces are no longer soulless, beige-colored cubicle farms, but relaxing and invigorating spaces where workers can collaborate andRead More

The Advisor 2017

At CBC Advisors, our professionals develop and leverage proprietary market intelligence for a broad range of client initiatives–providing optimal outcomes for our clients. That is why we are thrilled to announce the exclusive release of The Advisor 2017. This annual commercial real estate publication is where powerful proprietary intelligenceRead More

Retail Remix

When it comes to retail, it’s a pretty crowded marketplace. If brick-and-mortar competition weren’t enough, stores also have to vie for consumer attention—and dollars—from online retailers who don’t have the same worries about leasing costs or location as physical stores. Add to that increasingly shortRead More

Investopedia

A few years after the end of the Great Recession, the investment landscape is still tricky. The stock market continues to be volatile, while bonds post a skimpy 1 – 1.5 percent rate of return. But real estate remains a stellar portfolio asset, and thatRead More

Sold!

What do you do when you unintentionally create a successful business? Accidental entrepreneur Jim Bell faced that very situation when his side job turned into a thriving company. Most people would jump at the chance to own and operate a profitable venture, but it wasRead More