January 12, 2022
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Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act – Why it Matters for Commercial Real Estate
Learn the significance of the infrastructure bill, which regions will benefit the most and how it will impact the U.S. economy and commercial real estate (CRE) property markets. On November 15, President Biden signed the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) into law. Carved out of the more aggressive Build Back Better vision, it marks one of the most significant investments in physical infrastructure in the U.S. in at least half a century. In this report, we provide our quick take on the following:
- The infrastructure bill and what’s significant about it
- Which regions will benefit the most from it
- How it will impact the U.S. economy and property markets
Webcast Recording: Workforce Housing Proves Its Value
Richard Martinez, Senior Vice President, Production & Sales at Freddie Mac Multifamily, and Thomas Carroll, Founder & CEO of Ballast Rock, a specialist in workforce housing, recently shared their perspectives on the lessons learned about this critical property sector over the past year and discussed prospects going forward in a conversation moderated by Lument CEO James Flynn.
Global Real Estate and Real Estate Federal Tax Tips
The Global Real Estate Project is a program of the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, directed by Dr. Mark Lee Levine, Professor and Endowed Chair. Dr. Levine also provides weekly updates of federal tax related real estate Tips, new publications and general updates to students, investors, and the general public for research of real estate opportunities both domestic and abroad.