Jacob Frydman – On the Evolution of New High Performance Office Space

Due to the mercurial rise of co-working companies like WeWork and large corporations increasingly turning to freelance work, office developers have recently been forced to adapt in new and innovative ways. New York real estate investor Jacob Frydman recently addressed these unprecedented changes in commercial real estate, including the deviation from traditional workspaces to the …

Jacob Frydman – Teaches Foundation of the Real Estate Market for New Investors

People who are fresh to the real estate investment game have been emerging in the housing field more often than ever before, attracted by the persistently strong growth of the US property prices, which have seen a tremendous increase above 25% since 2012.  Pair this exceptional growth with record-breaking low interest rates, and the opportunity …

Acclaimed property developer Jacob Frydman announced to give $180,000 in support of the NCFJE organization at their 76th annual Awards Dinner Sunday night.

The NCFJE hosted their 76th Annual Awards Dinner at the legendary Edison Hotel Ballroom in Manhattan. Prominent New York-based real estate developer Jacob Frydman who was invited to attend the event as Guest of Honor has come out in strong support of the organization’s mission and programs and offered to donate to the organization’s work …

Jacob Frydman Explains Reasons for the Surge in Mixed-Use Property Developments

Reversal of single-use urban planning trends in the late 1990s and early 2000s have led to the rise in mixed use property development.  Cities across the US have loosened zoning regulations separating residential and commercial buildings in recent years, paving the way for developers to meet the growing demand for mixed use properties, says Jacob …

Jacob Frydman on the Attraction of REITs for Property Income Investors

In a groundbreaking study conducted by economic think tanks based at the University of California-Davis, University of Bonn and the Deutsche Bundesbank (Central Bank of Germany), expert consensus concludes that between 1870 and 2015, investors based in average wealthy countries (ie. USA, Japan, Germany) experienced annual returns on housing market investment of slightly over 7%, …