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Commercial Real Estate Industry Challenges with Going Green

October 04, 2022

Cities are adopting building codes and other regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Implementing these laws presents certain challenges, such as supply chain shortages, unfamiliarity with new technologies, and funding and allocating improvement costs between landlords and tenants. Check out this article for an overview of these important issues.


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