More than 75% of real estate executives are white men. Here’s how to diversify

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Women make up just a third of the commercial real estate industry, and only 2% of C-level positions are held by Black men. A new initiative sets clear goals for increasing diversity. Commercial real estate has a diversity problem. The people who buy, sell, and manage commercial real estate in the United States are overwhelmingly white and male , with women making up only about a third of the workforce and only 2% of C-level positions held by Black men . A new effort is aimed at changing that—and changing the kinds of investments the industry makes. Read Full Story

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The hottest job in commercial real estate? Infectious disease expert

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Even after the pandemic, the chief health officer could be a permanent fixture in real estate. With office buildings empty and questions bubbling about when , or even if , people working from home will go back to working from work, the life of an office landlord during the coronavirus pandemic is “very busy.” That’s how it’s been for months for Angelo Bianco, managing partner of Crocker Partners, which owns and operates 11 million square feet of office buildings in the U.S. Read Full Story

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