Lee H. Roberts – Scotsman Guide The office won’t appear post-pandemic but the sector is changing. Nearly overnight, the Covid-19 pandemic changed how companies do business. Millions of employees were sent home to work remotely. As of early this past September, it was still unclear when the majority of these workers would be recalled to
Dane Huffman, Managing Editor – Triangle Business Journal As the Covid-19 pandemic continues and states begin to peel back restrictions, investors across North Carolina are starting to look for opportunities – but not without concerns. “We’ve seen some interesting opportunities and we expect to see more,” said Lee Roberts, managing partner of SharpVue Capital in
Lee Roberts for Triangle Business Journal With so much uncertainty in the world, some might assume that predictions are of limited use to the real estate sector. But even if none of us have lived through anything like this pandemic before, we can make informed guesses. Previous downturns are instructive, as is a close look
April 2020 – Erik Sherman for Business Insider Over the last five weeks, more than 26 million Americans have filed for unemployment. That’s in addition to the 7.1 million already out of work, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The result is a real unemployment rate of 20.6%, the highest since the Great Depression.
May 2019 | Scotsman Guide Lee Roberts One of the most significant trends of the current commercial real estate cycle has been the rise of behemoth coworking companies. These global companies that provide shared workspace have transformed the way that office buildings are occupied and leased. In many U.S. cities, coworking landlords are driving the