SFVBJ SPECIAL REPORTS

Real Estate & Construction

Special Report: Accounting

Accountants see change in their industry.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Special Report: Accounting

Accountants see change in their industry.

Resort-like lifestyle

SPECIAL REPORT: SENIOR LIVING

Senior living – one of the most industrious and profitable sectors nationwide in commercial real estate – is getting healthier in the San Fernando Valley region, where year-round good weather can support plenty of amenities.

Nursing Home Econ

SPECIAL REPORT: REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

HOUSING: Boomers want assisted living rather than medical care properties.

East Valley Still Outperforms in Office Market

SPECIAL REPORT: REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

According to brokers working the office and industrial real estate markets, 2018’s fourth quarter conveyed a bright picture, although office vacancy in the San Fernando Valley climbed to 12.7 percent from 11.3 percent the previous quarter

Real Estate Quarterly

SPECIAL REPORT: REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Vacancy in the Valley office market moved higher to 12.7 percent

Marijuana Woes

On both the retail and real estate fronts, operations hit snags

Legal pot retailers face uphill battle to compete against black-market vendors.

Big Money – Maybe

Cannabis operators promise to pay high prices when looking for warehouse space, but closing the deal proves problematic for commercial real estate brokers in the Valley market and elsewhere.

Legal pot retailers face uphill battle to compete against black-market vendors.

Money Management in Flux

Financial service professionals seek alternative investments and special services to separate themselves from the competition.

Professional firms find ways to differentiate.

In Volatility, ‘We Want to Run Counter Cyclical’

The investment side has become much more of a commodity.

Preparation Prevents Crisis During Succession

Morton Capital lost its founder, the late Lon Morton, in April 2017.

Deals of the Year

M&A fever finds fertile conditions in the Valley region.

2018’s largest transactions in the Valley area.