Gen Z and Millennials are Prioritizing Environmental Sustinability in Real Estate
As the younger generation becomes a major player within the housing market, real estate trends are evolving to meet their needs and desires, especially when it comes to sustainability and environmentally-friendly practices.
What Will the Post-Pandemic Workplace Look Like?
With a vaccine imminent for the general population, there is light at the end of the tunnel. But the question on the minds of many is: what might a post-pandemic workplace look like?
Pandemic Sees Snowmobiles, ATVs and Power Sport Toy Sales on the Rise
As COVID restrictions stretched through the summer months and now continue into the winter season, an unexpected demand for outdoor recreational toys has emerged.
Golf is Seeing a Surge in Popularity and Profits During the Pandemic
As cabin fever hit a frenzy this past year, more and more people found solace and some respite out on the golf course, resulting in the golf industry seeing one of its best seasons in years.
How The Work From Home Shift has Helped and Improved the Resort Industry
With remote workers craving more home office space and seizing on the opportunity to move out of expensive and crowded urban centers, the resort industry has been able to step forward, providing a much-needed respite and retreat for evolving remote worker needs.
A Shift Out of the Cities — Why Many Developers Have Set Their Sights On Remote Locales
Going Remote: which routines will have long-term staying power and what impact will they have on future real estate development?
Public Transportation in a Post-Pandemic World
As we continue to move closer to a post-pandemic world, we’ll need to rethink how we operate on a daily basis, specifically when it comes to public transportation.
COVID-19 Impact on Golf & Resorts
The resort and golf segment has been a relatively strong service over the past 10 years. If the ‘lock down’ stays within 30-60 days, we believe the golf and resort industry should “weather the storm” for the following reasons:
Resisting New Smart Technologies is Risky Business for Resorts and Golf Courses
As technology continues to creep into every aspect of our lives, those not willing to adapt and implement new systems are taking a risk.