Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday July 19

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you an outlook at the grocery sector in the age of Amazon, CRE’s wonder women, the tax benefits crowdfunding will acquire, and so much more! Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Monday June 18

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the state and future of PetSmart, the 10 must reads in CRE, what SFR renters want, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday June 15

In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at what Brookfield’s $700 million stake in Kushner Tower, new student housing amenities, the new church condo conversions taking over Boston, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday June 14

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at what the doubling in sales at WeWork last quarter, Cirque de Soleil coming to shopping malls near you, the China trade war far, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Tuesday June 12

In Tuesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at Aetna Inks’ Office deal, the Seattle leaders that are poised to scrap head tax, how the cloud technology will help run the CRE industry, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Monday June 11

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at how retail center owners are looking to hotels to bring life to big-box spaces, the 5 takeaways from Nareit’s REIT Week, IKEA’s decision to call off plans for 3 more big box stores, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday June 7

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the the most powerful brokerage firms of 2018, technology’s impact on the future of CRE, the 6 top CRE trends, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday May 31

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at Cushman’s plan to file for an IPO, Newmark’s acquisition of brokerage RKF, the 10 must reads CRE, and so much more. Read More

A Look at the Commercial Real Estate Bubble That is About to POP!

Since the imploding of the Financial Crisis back in 2009, banks and other financial lending institutions have been weary when it comes to lending money to Commercial Real Estate investors. And to be honest…. we don’t blame them, since “CRE loans were in part responsible for the near-collapse of the financial system during the Financial Crisis,” according to Business Insider.

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Commercial Real Estate News for Tuesday May 29

In Tuesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the Detroit Commercial Real Estate Summit, Bourke Street Tower selling for nearly $72m, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Monday May 21

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the effort to bring real estate out of the Dark Ages, the winner of the LaSalle Hotel bidding war, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday May 18

In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the tired office block that has become hot property, how Marriott is expanding its partnership with Simon, an inside look at what real estate pros have to say about the future of CRE , and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Tuesday May 15

In Tuesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the commercial real estate investment trust that bought Toronto trophy asset, whether REITs are oversold, how GreenOak raises $1.55 billion for real estate deals in the US, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Wednesday May 8

In Wednesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the state of commercial property companies that need to prepare for the EU’s data privacy overhaul, the U.S. banks that loosened commercial real estate lending, the 5 ways technology is shaping CRE property management, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Monday May 7

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at how cloud-based software is transforming CRE, how the fast food delivery trend is resulting in smaller restaurant space, the 10 CRE must reads, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Wednesday May 2

In Wednesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the 7 traits that make for a successful commercial real estate partnerships, the new rule that exempts low-cost property from appraisals, how commercial real estate continues to evolve, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Tuesday May 1

In Tuesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the rising costs of e-commerce, the benefits green financing brings to value-add multifamilyand so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Monday April 30

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the 200 stores GNC is closing, the $84 Billion merger between Prologis and DCT Industrial Trust, the sale of Crescent Communities to Japanese firmand so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday April 20

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the commercial real estate’s rookie of the year, 6 questions from CRE’s best, the 10 must reads for CREand so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday April 19

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the 10 must reads in CRE, Bon-Ton’s future, 9 ways to invest in real estate without buying property, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Wednesday April 18

In Wednesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at how to empower women working in commercial real estate, the 10 must reads in CRE, South Korea’s move into U.S. commercial real estate, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Tuesday April 17

In Tuesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at B.C.’s commercial record sales, Diversy’s $50 million growth fund for multifamily, the recent $890 million bid on Toys R Us, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Monday April 16

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at Toronto’s Agellan Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust, Softbank’s Futuristic Vision, the rising values of industrial, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday April 13

In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at how a coffee chain begins to convert cafes for Marijuana, the former landlords that are bidding on Toys ‘R’ Us, the mall loans that are still holding up, and so much more. Read More

Toys ‘R’ Us Store Closures Means CRE Opportunities

You may have heard the latest news about or favorite childhood memory, Toys ‘R’ Us filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection back in December of 2017, it’s a sad day for those of us who grew up with Geoffrey the Giraffe. But the news has the commercial real estate world running to closing stores in hopes that they can secure the property for themselves. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Wednesday, April 4

In Wednesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the 5 workplace trends that are changing the commercial real estate industry, the 3 keys to successful passive investing, the state of bonds in Illinois, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Monday, April 2

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at state and future of Airbnb, the rise and fall of Toys R Us, the acquisition of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and so much more. Read More

Amazon on The Lookout For Retail Space

Amazon is dominating e-commerce and now brick-and-mortar, or at least making every attempt to. In order to do so the online giant will have to increase its retail footprint, by doing so, Amazon will be able to accomplish what all their customers demand, faster and cheaper delivery. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday, March 29

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the thoughts on the new tax reform from banks themselves, the 4 types of asset management, tips on how to deal with the changing market, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday, March 23

In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the price surges for homes, the effect that the Trade Balancing Act could have on commercial real estate, and so much more. Read More

Starbucks’ Own Howard Schultz and the State of Retail

Starbucks’ own executive chairman, Howard Schultz has a few key insights on the state of retail properties. Schultz recently told Starbucks employees that “the retail sector was reaching a point where landlords of even prime centers would need to lower rents.”  This doesn’t come as a shock to many as in the last two years more and more big time retailers have announced store closures due to bankruptcy filings. 

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Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday, March 22

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the process behind creating an authentic destination, the list of top commercial real estate brokerages, and so much more. Read More

Building to Appeal to Millennial Shoppers

“All Businesses need to be young forever…”

 

Amazon’s own CEO, Jeff Bezos said it himself, in order to appeal to the younger generation of shoppers and cliental, businesses have to stay forever young, and frankly he’s not wrong.

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Commercial Real Estate News for Monday, March 19

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the UK commercial market, the #1 commercial market in the US, Institutional Commercial’s new development, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday, March 16

In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the state of Toys ‘R’ Us stores, the 10 must read CRE articles today, the confidence investors have in Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance,Inc., and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday, March 15

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the state of UK commercial real estate lending, the future of Nordstrom, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Wednesday, March 14

In Wednesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the latest study on why people buy commercial real estate, the homelessness solutions that are helping CRE, the Manhattan market, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday, March 2

In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the state of Senior housing REITs, funding for industrial property, the 10 must reads for the CRE industry, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday, March 1

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the 3 ways tech is helping real estate investors meet their KPIs, the state of the Sydney market, Net Lease trends, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Monday, Feb. 26

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the use of cryptocurrency within commercial real estate, Aspen’s CRE market, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday, Feb. 23

In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the state of True North Commercial Real Estate, the Chinese governments takeover of Anbang Insurance, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday, Feb. 22

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the 7 buildings that are living their best second lives, the 10 must reads in CRE, the 5 trends for CRE in 2018, and so much more. Read More

Commercial Real Estate Opportunities in Bellevue and Kirkland

 

 

This month’s featured commercial real estate broker and residential agent is Kam Deol. Kam has been providing his expertise in the Bellevue & Kirkland, WA market for over a decade. By taking a bad situation and learning from it, Kam was able to sharpen his skills and learn about the real estate industry during the height of the ’08 housing crash. Allowing him to grow as an expert in selling properties of all types, shapes, sizes, and sale prices.

Kam focuses his efforts in a number of markets including: commercial retail properties, residential single family, and condominiums. With the overwhelming opportunities invest in Bellevue & Kirkland, Kam can help provide the expertise you’ll need when it comes to searching and finalizing a real estate deal.

For more insider knowledge on the Bellevue & Kirkland, WA market contact Kam Deol, myNOI’s selected commercial real estate and residential broker in King County.

Retail Trends for 2018

Despite what you’ve read in the news, retail is NOT DEAD. Not according to a recent study conducted by the National Retail Federation that found that recent sales figures were actually up 4.2% year-over-year. What you may be surprised to know is that the number of sales have actually increased every month this last year in 2017. Read More

The State of Convenience Store Cap Rates

Convenience stores are expected to be occupied by high-quality tenants this new year. Some of which have achieved cap rates between 4 and 5 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017. If you are a Net Lease Investor and are worried about the future of your convenience stores and their tenants, have no fear. Read More

NEW Sacramento Investment Opportunity!

Sacramento, CA is a thriving market with a population of over 2.5 million people and a strong  and growing employment market, it’s a no brainer that more businesses are turning to the Bay Area to plant their roots. In the last 12 months the area has seen an added 23,000 jobs in a various amount of markets, including: healthcare, technology, and education. Read More

Raleigh Retail Property – 2017 Market Review

Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill or also known as “The Triangle” is continuing to attract the attention of new residents due to the record low unemployment rates and the economic growth in the area, causing the retail market to thrive.

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Tucson Retail Property – 2017 Market Review

The Tucson Retail market showed a great amount of promise this last year. The Cushman & Wakefield report shows that Tucson, AZ had a positive net absorption of 262,000 sf, which ultimately exceeded the first two quarters of 2017 with a combined 256,205 sf.

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Brooklyn, New York | Retail Cap Rates

As you may know, Cap Rates are essential in any commercial real estate investment and having an accurate cap rate helps investors determine whether or not a property is worth the risk. We here at myNOI calculate local cap rates for all commercial property types on a daily basis, using our Local Cap Rate tool.

We’ve recently calculated retail property cap rates in the Brooklyn, New York area and here is what we’ve found:

After comparing the cap rates of retail properties in the surrounding Brooklyn, New York area that have sold in the last six months, we found that the cap rates ranged from 4.53% – 7.82%, with an average of 5.69%.

For a cap rate in your area, use our easy to use Local Cap Rate tool and we’ll help you determine the average cap rate in any particular area.

NOTE: The information provided is not an appraisal or valuation from a certified appraiser or broker.

Jersey City, New Jersey | Retail Cap Rates

As you may know, Cap Rates are essential in any commercial real estate investment and having an accurate cap rate helps investors determine whether or not a property is worth the risk. We here at myNOI calculate local cap rates for all commercial property types on a daily basis, using our Local Cap Rate tool.

We’ve recently calculated retail property cap rates in the Jersey City, New Jersey area and here is what we’ve found:

After comparing the cap rates of  retail properties in the surrounding Jersey City, New Jersey area that have sold in the last eight months, we found that the cap rates ranged from 3.9% – 7.22%, with an average of 5.5%.

For a cap rate in your area, use our easy to use Local Cap Rate tool and we’ll help you determine the average cap rate in any particular area.

Or fill out the form below and we’ll help you determine the average cap rate in any particular area. 

NOTE: The information provided is not an appraisal or valuation from a certified appraiser or broker.