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The Bloom Report

October 3, 2021

Along with other major real estate outfits, NRIA sees a silver lining in today’s seemingly underwhelming demand for office space.  Just over a year ago, a certain mid-atlantic business publication was leasing office space in a busy downtown building. When news of the global pandemic hit, ...

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Interest rates are at historic lows creating ever-rising inflation. As inflation continues to rise, investors are looking to invest in “hard assets with low risk, high returns, and steady cash flow” (National Real Estate Investment Advisors, LLC, NRIA). Real estate investment groups like NRIA are ...

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Photo by Olga Subach on Unsplash Investing is absolutely essential for most people who plan on retiring comfortably. Yet, as the economic fallout from the pandemic has shown, a solid and steady economy can quickly turn on its head, “leaving those who haven’t prepared scrambling for income.

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Co-Written with input from Dr. John Kidd August 28, 2021 It is no secret that the rates of obesity have been rising steadily over the past several decades.  According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the obesity rate has tripled since 1975. In 2016, 39% of adults globally were ...

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In the year 2005, the American superhero movie “The Fantastic Four” was released. In the plot of this movie, five scientists go into space to conduct important research. While there, an accident happens, which exposes them to the cosmic energy clouds they are researching. As a result, they develop ...

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As we crawl out from pandemia, investors, or just regular people with cash to burn, are asking themselves: is now a good time to start investing in real estate again?  Well, here’s the good news, according to NRIA, Americans should remember that “real estate has always been a proven and safe ...

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According to information provided by Elliman, CBRE, NRIA and Street Easy, As Manhattan Real Estate Loses Steam, Brooklyn Gains Ground in Pandemic. When the COVID-19 pandemic reached the United States last March, New York City was among the places hardest hit. As the epicenter for the early days ...

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