Blog posts tagged Retail Real Estate
Posted on 12/01/2016
As the new FASB regulations roll out, it’s now more important than ever to make the right choice about which software to use to manage your leases. In this blog edition, we will explore some key aspects you should be thinking about (if you aren’t already).
Posted on 10/06/2016
The 10th annual Accruent Retail Executive Summit took place last month, and the event was a rousing success. The theme was “Building the Customer Experience.”
Posted on 08/16/2016
Posted on 08/04/2016
There are a number of standards that have been established that require adherence by non-governmental companies and organizations. In February 2016, FASB announced the new accounting standard ASC 842, that requires these organizations to include lease obligations on their balance sheet.
Posted on 06/09/2016
For the retail industry, the storefront has taken on an entirely new meaning.
Posted on 12/03/2015
Learn about four important factors to consider when choosing your next ideal retail location.
Posted on 09/10/2015
E-commerce companies like Amazon have transformed customer expectations with features like a seemingly boundless inventory and same-day delivery. Although this has left many retailers grappling to compensate for their limited offerings, bigger retailers have become savvy by transforming storefronts into mini distribution centers.
Posted on 07/20/2015
With over 8,000 locations around the U.S., Family Dollar is an established brand that, like many other retailers, is challenged to effectively manage its real estate lifecycle. Learn how Family Dollar implemented a suite of real estate management solutions to make better-informed site selections, accurately track and manage construction projects with preferred vendors, and maintain visibility into its portfolio’s condition.
Posted on 07/09/2015
There is a shifting real estate demand in the retail industry based on socioeconomic trends. Trends include the rise of discount stores, shifting expansion plans and growth of lifestyle centers or “the third space.” Read this blog post to learn more about what it means for the future of retail.
Posted on 02/16/2015
With the rise of e-commerce, the shopping landscape has inevitably evolved to better meet the expectations of today’s consumer. However, a study shows that it’s far from time for shopkeepers to lock up. Rather, commercial properties are thriving more than ever.