Google is notoriously tight-lipped about its expansion plans, which is why it came as such a surprise this Thursday when the tech company confirmed it has been eyeing San Jose’s Diridon Station district as a possible location for new corporate offices.
People are living longer. A lot longer, thanks to advances in medicine and technology. This is going to have a major impact on real estate. Two industries often considered far apart – healthcare and real estate – are indeed more intertwined than most people realize.
The work from home trend will have significant implications for the real estate industry. Here are key considerations for real estate investors to monitor closely.
There are so many ways Mynd differentiates itself from other property management companies: through the integration of technology, the use of real-time analytics, building a rock star team of property managers with decades of experience – just to name a few.
For a long time the idea of self-driving cars was fantastical. But alas, it’s 2017 and the rapid progression of technology has made self-driving cars a reality.
News broke that Google has been silently buying up parcel after parcel in Sunnyvale. Google has locked down 52 properties, a grand total of $820 million.
In many ways, Adobe is considered a pioneer among downtown San Jose office tenants. One of the first major tech companies to buy real estate in San Jose...
Read all about Google building a 8 million square foot “mega-campus” near Diridon Station and what does that mean for landlords and San Jose property management companies.
Property management is a full-time job – and a tough one at that. Without good management, even the best properties can end up dropping in value.
Read about Doug Brien, Co-Founder and CEO of MYND Property Management being among the 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs at 2018 Builders + Innovators Summit tha took place in October 2018.