Make A Difference in Houston!
This year's Expanding Knowledge Conference will once again feature a community outreach day, working with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston at two different locations.
For more information about the types of work needed, visit the Make A Difference section on our National Conference page.
Volunteers need to download the Volunteer registration form (direct download), complete it, and email it back to the NRTA office. Please note that you will not be registered to volunteer without completing this process.
Save the Date: Sept. 30–Oct. 3, 2018
This year's Expanding Knowledge Conference, to be held at the Houston Marriott Marquis in Houston, TX is expected to once again attract hundreds of real estate professionals concerned with retail and commercial lease management responsibilities.
If your career is tied to the job of managing your company's square footage, this conference is for you.
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Increasing ROI Through Conference Attendance
How does sending your staff to the National Retail Tenant’s Association (NRTA) annual conference increase ROI?
Return on Investment (ROI) is typically used as a performance measure, designed to evaluate the efficiency of an investment. If the work we do as lease administrators, lease auditors, and real estate managers is important–and it is–why don’t we evaluate its value using a measure like ROI, the way the C-Suite does, comparing it against other cost reduction activities and projects allowing us to clearly demonstrate its impact? read more
Gap Sues Westfield Over Mall Expenses as Tensions Rise in Retail World
As retail transitions between brick-and-mortar to e-commerce (or a hybrid mix of both), companies are increasingly trimming expenses to stay viable. This is where fundamental lease administration tools such as lease auditing are more valuable than ever because overcharges from incorrectly billed and processed charges that aren't in agreement with the terms of the lease can be costly. read the article
Five trends in five years will reshape U.S. mall mix
via CSA Real Estate, May 31, 2018 edition
Expect the malls of 2023 to include new uses and experiences, as retail real estate responds to five major industry and demographic trends over the next five years.
That’s according to a new report from global think tank Coresight Research, which predicted that mall operators will move away from an apparel focus to create retail-and-services ecosystems that include a variety of uses. read more