Real Estate in 2030 will be totally different. Here are the skills you need to survive.
Just as it is for men, ask four women how they chose careers in commercial real estate and you will get four different answers. Andie Edmonds was a stock broker in the 1990s before moving to a small city in Central Oregon where she wanted to reboot her career after her kids were all
Redmond: Here we grow again... REDMOND, Ore. - Two new national hotels slated for development in Redmond A brand new four story Hampton by Hilton Inn and and another four story Woodsprings Suites are about to come up out of the ground in south Redmond after all their plans are approved and their permits
COMS building to be renovated, expanded REDMOND, Ore. - Multimillion-dollar changes are likely on the way for Redmond’s medical district. The city's Urban Renewal Advisory Committee is supporting plans for a $6.5 million medical facility. It’s recommending the city invest $600,000 in a forgivable loan toward the project. The Central Oregon Medical Specialists building, located
These are the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. Population increase: 4.9% It's no surprise people are flocking to this Oregon town. Residents can spend their days on the river, hiking and biking, skiing or at local breweries. Home prices have been rising in many markets throughout the state thanks to low inventory levels. In Bend,
Tackling Diversity With Andie Edmonds “The concept of diversity for diversity’s sake is not accomplishing anything for our industry. I think (hope) everyone agrees that hiring practices should be blind to age, gender, race, etc. and instead focus on qualified candidates. However, we have to take the concept from 30,000 feet and get it