The bounce back for the market in 2022 seems to be slowly continuing in the industrial sector, with the office sector struggling to keep up, but still managing to show signs of improvement. Here’s the latest according to the 2022 CBRE|Hubbell Commercial quarterly market surveys.
Buying your first home is an exciting experience, but it is also a scary one. There are so many options and a lot of technical jargon to navigate. Fear not! Hubbell has a few tips and tricks to help you get through buying your first home.
The Gray’s Station neighborhood launched a brand-new website earlier this year highlighting the various homes that are for sale and rent in downtown Des Moines, a new virtual tour tool as well as a new hub for all of the upcoming events going on in the metro.
The 2021 Hubbell Extreme Build Care for Kids has wrapped up after seven days of successful building at Easterseals Iowa Camp Sunnyside. The build takes the effort of 72 trade partner companies, hundreds of volunteer hours and some sincere dedication from our own Hubbell Construction Services and Hubbell Homes teams.
It's no secret that many of the Indigo Living communities are home to small businesses, but our LINC community just saw the opening of a vibrant new taproom, Craft Bru. With 60 beers on tap, Craft Bru is sure to have something for everyone.
If you prefer to be in a more rural setting, possibly a city with a smaller population or backing to a countryside, you may be interested in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) mortgage program which can offer no down payment, no closing costs and a low interest rate*.
When Brad and Lori Kiewel started searching for their next home, it was a bittersweet journey. Brad, who had experienced a health issue, needed a home without stairs, but they both still wanted their home primely located for entertainment, personal appointments and sharing experiences together.
Throughout COVID-19, Hubbell Realty Company has continued to evaluate how we can best serve our homeowners, clients and partners while keeping health and well being top of mind for our associates and the general public.
With the nation facing a labor shortage, a heavy focus has been on hiring skilled trades employees as the baby boomer generation retires from many jobs in carpentry, painting, masonry, electricians and many more hands-on careers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the way telecommuters, or people who have the ability to work from home, look at their homes. What was once an escape from the office has now turned into the office, gym, home and hotel rolled into one.