Investing in the City of the Future - Part 1: How Transit Hubs and Driverless Cars Change the Game
Several important trends are having a profound impact on the value of real estate, among them the increasing expense of urban areas and the advent of driverless cars. Where will people who are priced out of urban neighborhoods move to? Will transportation infrastructure improvements allow certain suburbs to be seen as extensions of the nearby city? How does proximity to transit hubs affect the value of residential real estate? How do the best investors get a feel for a neighborhood to ascertain its ability to attract a rising generation of potential residents? What happens to the value of parking once streets are prowled by driverless cars? Our featured experts present a mix of macro analysis and fascinating anecdotes from their own investment programs.
While the effects of a shift to E-commerce are already being felt, most investors don’t realize that e-commerce accounts for only a percentage of overall shopping. As e-commerce grows, its impact on traditional retail real estate will be profound.
In Investing in the City of the Future - Part 3: Part Suburb, Part City: New Rochelle, NY, we look at a city seen by many as a commuter town and how the real estate play in New Rochelle is reinventing itself as a dense residential community.
Kenneth Weissenberg gives an overview of EisnerAmper’s expertise in real estate investing and advisory services. Clients who engage EisnerAmper’s Real Estate Services team can count on hands-on experience with large complex real estate transactions.