CRE V Michigan

Albert Berriz: No fear of the bad market

Last year, Midwest Real Estate News ran its first Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame special section. In this section, we profiled the top veterans of the industry. since then, we've been running these profiles each week on our Web site. Here is a look at Albert Berriz, chief executive officer with Ann Arbor, Mich.-based McKinley.

CRE L Iowa

Chuck Ruhl: Keeping the client's needs first

Last year, Midwest Real Estate News ran its first Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame special section. In this section, we profiled the top veterans of the industry. since then, we've been running these profiles each week on our Web site. Here is a look at Chuck Ruhl with NAI Ruhl & Ruhl Commercial Company in Davenport, Iowa.

CRE Midwest

New Market Tax Credits: Separating fact from fiction

By now you may have heard the words, “New Markets Tax Credits.” Or maybe you haven’t. If you haven’t, don’t feel too bad. In an informal poll of Midwest real estate developers, less than two out of ten developers had ever heard of the New Markets Tax Credit program. And of those who had, misconceptions abound about the program

CRE N Illinois

Daniel Goodwin: Finding the time to excel

Midwest Real Estate News last year ran its first Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, honoring the industry's top names. Since then, we've been running the profiles of these top pros on our Web site. Here's a look at the stellar career of Inland Real Estate Group's Daniel Goodwin.

CRE W Minnesota

Tim Murnane: Leading the way to a new Opus

Tim Murnane is no stranger to Minneapolis’ The Opus Group. He first started working at the company back in 1984. Last year, he rejoined the firm – after a brief absence – to help Opus rebound after tough times caused by the nation’s economic slump. Murnane, who now holds the title of president and chief executive officer at Opus, says that he sees a bright future for this once-troubled development company.