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Connectivity is Key: Three Trends That Will Power Commercial Real Estate in New Jersey in 2018 By: William C. Hanson, SIOR, President of NAI James E. Hanson

Connectivity is Key: Three Trends That Will Power Commercial Real Estate in New Jersey in 2018 By: William C. Hanson, SIOR, President of NAI James E. Hanson

Often, when I am asked to make a year-end prediction, I must break the prediction down into individual asset classes to offer a comprehensive look at the next 12 months. Often these predictions tend to operate somewhat independently of the others. This year, however, I see a broad overarching unifying theme running throughout New Jersey – Connectivity.
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NAI James E. Hanson Casts its CRE Predictions for 2018

The Evolution of a Market: The Changing Morris County Office Market By: W. Joshua Levering, SIOR, Senior Vice President and Branch Manager NAI James E. Hanson Morris County Office

Morris County, N.J. has long been known for its bucolic rolling hills, unique towns, and its deep history and culture. It is sometimes easy to forget that Morris County is also a hotbed for business with thousands of companies calling the county home and many international corporations planting their headquarters within the county’s 480 square miles.
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Solving Commercial Real Estate’s Demographic Crisis: How NAI James E. Hanson is Successfully Bringing Millennials into the Business

Solving Commercial Real Estate’s Demographic Crisis: How NAI James E. Hanson is Successfully Bringing Millennials into the Business

A recent report released by Deloitte highlights an alarming trend in commercial real estate – our field is running out of experienced real estate professionals. As many workers approach retirement age, firms across the country are scrambling to replace the invaluable decades of accumulated knowledge and experience that are leaving with these brokers. Unfortunately, as an industry, some level of neglect has been assigned to the important task of attracting, training and retaining skilled talent from the younger generations, specifically millennials.
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