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 trend toward working remotely is going to have major implications for the real estate industry. Here are a few 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.