Industry News

Market Monday 09.25.17 with Gary Banner CCIM

By Kelly Kwasniewski | September 25, 2017

A recent NAIOP CRE sentiment survey is the focus of our Market Monday briefing hosted by Gary Banner CCIM of TRU Development. Gary also extends a warm welcome to the newest member of our team Leslie Becker LEED AP. Watch the full briefing here: Connect with us on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to stay social!

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Good Times in Vegas, on the Road and at Home Signal Economic Expansion

By Kelly Kwasniewski | September 22, 2017

US Capital Wealth Management just published their market insights for September 22, 2017. Featured in the article is the Las Vegas convention and visitor attendance is the best it has ever been. This is a great sign for our economy and our community. See below for a preview and the PDF link to download the […]

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Annual Affordable Housing Conference: Las Vegas, Nevada

By Kelly Kwasniewski | September 13, 2017

Gary Banner CCIM, Sr. Market Analyst for TRU Development received a special invite to attend the Annual Affordable Housing Conference hosted by Cohn Reznick at the Mandarin Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The objective of this conference was to outline how affordable housing gets built. The “Low Income Housing Tax Credit” (LIHTC) was explained in […]

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The Edge: $800M Extreme Sport Park on Las Vegas Strip

By Kelly Kwasniewski | September 8, 2017

There are no signs of the Las Vegas valley slowing down. With all the buzz of professional sports teams moving to Las Vegas and the continuum of the Downtown Las Vegas Revitalization, Las Vegas is slowly coming into its own. A new project called “The Edge” was just approved by Clark County commissioners in a […]

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The Curve @ 215: Kaktus Life III

By Kelly Kwasniewski | August 31, 2017

There was a great article in the Las Vegas Review Journal on August 22, 2017 By: Madelyn Reese that supports all the activity around our new project Kaktus Life III. David J Tina, president of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors provided additional commentary regarding the demand of this now booming location. CLICK HERE to […]

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Banner Report: Q3 2017 Las Vegas Multifamily

By Kelly Kwasniewski | August 28, 2017

CLICK HERE to download the full report The newest edition of the Banner Report has just been released! INSIDE THE ISSUE: Why family offices high-net worth investors desire real estate allocations Jobs-to-Permits Ratio Remains Steady Too much apartment construction or not enough? (From CoStar) Banner Multifamily Cycle Model Explained¨; Local Real Estate momentum shows strong […]

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Kaktus Life I: Ground Breaking News

By Kelly Kwasniewski | August 23, 2017

We have some exciting news! Kaktus Life I located at 10650 Dean Martin Drive, Las Vegas is under way. This is our Class A mixed -use development with 210 multi-family units and 21,600 sq. ft. of retail space. If you are interested in investments opportunities with TRU Development contact Kelly Kwasniewski today at 702-545-0355 or […]

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Big Ideas: 2045 Downtown Las Vegas

By Kelly Kwasniewski | August 21, 2017

On August 10, 2017, Gary Banner CCIM attended and completed the AIA Nevada course called “Big Ideas: The Vision 2045 Downtown Master Plan”. The course focused on the fundamentals driving our growth and the positive impacts of planning and urban architecture, the aspects that will contribute to the success of the initiative and the challenges […]

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2015 Global Investment Statement Report

By TRU Development Co | May 11, 2017

Market momentum to continue, with 83% expecting a further rise in investment volumes in 2015. Jobs growth in metro markets fueling demand. After a weak, weather-impacted start to 2014, US economic growth accelerated in the second and third quarters. For the whole year, real GDP growth is forecast at 2.1%, to accelerate further to nearly […]

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Healing seen in Las Vegas commercial real-estate market

By TRU Development Co | May 11, 2017

By Jennifer Robison Las Vegas Review-Journal Southern Nevada’s homes market isn’t the only real estate sector seeing falling loan delinquencies. An improving economy means fewer commercial borrowers are in danger of default, too. New numbers from Trepp, a New York-based commercial real estate and banking research firm, show a substantial drop recently in late commercial […]

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