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16 Challenges For Real Estate Investors And How To Deal With Them

Real estate can be a fluid industry that adapts and evolves quickly. However, there will always be a handful of problems in such a dynamic sector that investors have to navigate. The challenges that investors face in the real estate market can impact their business significantly.

With uncertainty in other sectors of the economy, dealing with these challenges is at the top of most investors’ list of priorities. What are these impactful hurdles that real estate investors need to jump? Here, 16 members of Forbes Real Estate Council weigh in on the challenges investors typically face and how to deal with them in the coming year.


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15 Steps Landlords Can Take To Build A Great Relationship With Tenants

The relationship between landlord and tenant varies from person to person. In some cases, the relationships may form effortlessly, while in other cases, the two sides just can’t seem to find common ground and eventually have to move on. It takes considerable effort from both parties to create and maintain a good relationship.

For the landlord, especially, there are some things that you can do to help build and maintain a healthy and respectful relationship with your tenant. Below, 15 professionals from Forbes Real Estate Council talk about the steps that landlords can take to forge such relationships, and why those steps are so necessary.

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From Work From Home To Work Near Home: The Beginning Of A New Office Trend

CEO, Americas at The Instant Group overseeing the company’s expansion throughout the Americas.

Months into the pandemic that has forced the ultimate work-from-home experiment, companies including Google, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, Amazon and Salesforce, just to name a few, have all reportedly extended their work-from-home options. Salesforce, for example, is allowing employees in all its 160 office locations globally to work remotely for the rest of this year, long after it began reopening offices in phases at the end of May 2020.

Twitter and Facebook have taken a more radical approach and have announced that their employees can work remotely forever. A Twitter representative told TechCrunch, “We were uniquely positioned to respond quickly and allow folks to work from ...

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