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Recent Posts by Stacie Jacobs

Stacie Jacobs, Profit Center Manager for the North Carolina NCS operation and Director of Sales Training and Development for NCS. A graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, Stacie has worked in a variety of roles in her 20-year career, including underwriting, closing transactions and sales. Stacie joined First American in 2014 as a sales representative and was promoted to her role as PCM in 2016. She has grown the Carolina footprint for NCS with a focus on development of national export business and has also hired and mentored several sales representatives new to the title insurance industry. She is active in both professional and charitable organizations, including CREW Charlotte, where she served as president, Urban Land Institute, and also volunteers with A Child’s Place, Habitat for Humanity and The Charlotte Men’s Shelter.

What Can We Expect In The Industrial Market?

By Stacie Jacobs on July 21, 2020

Supply chain disruption, e-commerce demand and inventory controls will all be leading drivers in stabilization of the industrial market. While there is a short-term stall in development, each of these factors will lead to long-term gains. Let’s take a look at these three determining factors.

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Topics: industrial real estate

Riding The Wave Of The Multifamily Market

By Stacie Jacobs on March 9, 2020

As we continue to ride the wave of the longest expansion in U.S. history, what are the key indicators of continued growth in the multifamily sector? According to Real Capital Analytics, developers are expected to deliver an estimated 398,000 units in 2020, a rate of 8,000 units lower than last year’s delivery of 406,000 units.

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Topics: multifamily market

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