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This guide is organized to provide resources, as well as tips and tricks for conducting real estate research. It is divided into several pages:
Industry Analysis: Provides specific databases that can help you dig into industry research reports and statistics such as sales per square foot and average rent.
Government Resources: Provides both local and federal level resources for finding data
Bloomberg: Did you know you can follow the real estate industry and analyze REITS from Bloomberg? Well you can. Here is how.
Site Analysis: One aspect of real estate research is analyzing the profit potential of a site. In order to do this you have to learn about the area. This provides a few resources to help you dig into consumer, business, and traffic data around a set location.
Find Articles: sources for commonly used business article database and research tips.
Citation: Always cite your sources. It increases your credibility.
Feel free to reach out to a business librarian if you need assistance.