Raising capital by offering securities for commercial transactions is highly regulated. However, changes are afoot that might provide ways forward for property deals that would otherwise be held up for lack of access to capital markets. Learn about U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 506, and recent changes to it, on NAR’s The Source blog.
The marketization of public education is a trend gaining traction across the country. Commercial transactions and investments in the charter–school space are following suit. What happens when expert commercial investors take on the task of displacing the public interest in education with shareholder interest? Learn more.
NAR’s commercial members saw an increase in transactions and median gross annual income last year, NAR’s 2011 Commercial Member Profile shows. Among the findings:
Median sales transaction volume was $2,010,500 among members who reported at least one closed transaction last year. The median dollar value of sales transactions was $414,300 and the median square footage was 9,600. More.