John Levy, president and founder of John B. Levy & Company, appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance live from their London studio, discussing the impact of technology on housing and outlook for the real estate market.
John Levy returns to Bloomberg, appearing live from London on March 16 where he will share his perspective on commercial real estate market developments with Bloomberg Surveillance (9:40 a.m. GMT / 5:40 a.m. EDT).
John B. Levy, president of John B. Levy & Company, appeared again on Bloomberg Surveillance on February 23, discussing commercial real estate trends and contrasting transactional data with finance trends, which showed continued strength. Levy also offered insight into the commercial real estate market in New York City, as well as perspective on recent developments in foreign ownership and the concept of air rights.
John B. Levy, president of John B. Levy & Company, spoke with Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss trends in the commercial real estate (CRE) industry, addressing whether or not the economy is in a bubble and the impact of Hurricane Harvey in Houston.
Hosted by Tom Keene and David Gura, Bloomberg Surveillance is a daily radio show covering the latest in finance, economics and investment, featuring the leading voices shaping the conversation around world markets.
In a recent Bloomberg Surveillance interview, John B. Levy discussed how the rise in eCommerce is driving a major shift in the commercial real estate market.