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Integra Realty Resources’ November news: Preparing for the Panama Canal expansion, and how to value one of CRE’s trickiest property types

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Ray Cirz
Ray Cirz

IRR’s experts are back in the spotlight again, delivering  insights on everything from the Panama Canal’s impact on the Midwestern economy to how street visibility can make or break shopping center property values.  Here are some recent stories that featured IRR:

CIRECommercial Investment Real Estate:  Aaron Aftergut, a Senior Analyst in IRR’s Los Angeles office, penned an article for the Nov./Dec. issue of Commercial Investment Real Estate about partial-interest properties.  In his piece, Aftergut defined partial interests and described the four steps involved in appraising these unique property types.


mississippi business journal logoMississippi Business Journal Ted Carter interviewed John Praytor and J. Walter Allen about the opening of IRR’s first Mississippi office.  In the article, Allen and Praytor described IRR’s continued national growth and how the new Jackson office will fill a much needed industry void for the region.


shopping center businessShopping Center Business:  Eugene Szkilnyk, a Senior Analyst in IRR’s Detroit office, authored an article for the IRR blog entitled “America’s shopping center evolution: The value of visibility,” which was also featured in Shopping Center Business. In his post, Szkilnyk detailed what shopping center visibility means for investors and how it’s linked to vacancy rates.


muni finance todayMunicipal Finance Today: Chip Barnett interviewed Gary DeClark, about how the Panama Canal renovations will impact the economy and the commercial real estate industry in the Midwest. In the article, DeClark described the potential shifts in traditional trade routes and the positive effects the new paths could have on the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.





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