Navigating the Invisible Walls of Zoning and Building Codes

Many potential pitfalls are apparent during a walk through and some basic research, but what [...]

Commercial Mortgage Markets… Always Changing

Many of us have seen the very low mortgage interest rates that have permeated advertising [...]

Will Covid Be the Death of Cities? …Not So Fast… But There Will Be Changes

Cities thrive on opportunities for work and play and on the endless access to a [...]

The Office of the Future… No One Knows.

Almost now 6 months ago, employees at many U.S. companies went home and did something [...]

Commercial Real Estate in the COVID-19 World

These are unprecedented times!  It is sometimes hard to find the words to describe both [...]

Two Recent Central Eastside Sales Transactions

Newhouse Hutchins Towing Property Sale I have known Bruce Schneider, the owner of long time [...]

Key 32-Acre Industrial Site Sold on N. Columbia Blvd.

Huge Auto Auction Company Copart Pays $18 Million to Local Long Term Family Owners I [...]

City Drinking from the House of Humility (and Embarrassment) over URM Policy. City Loses Big… Now Starting Over.

When U.S. Magistrate Judge John Acosta presented his over 40 page opinion last May on [...]

Portland Industrial Market Heading into Autumn of 2019 Shows Continued Strength But Questions Emerge.

With the latest economic expansion heading into its 10th year, industrial real estate both nationally [...]