Some businesses are incredibly seasonal. Some businesses, for example, like ice cream shops or retail shops in resort areas, are widely dependent on the revenue they generate in the summer months. Securing a good lease for these months can help play a great role in the success of the small window your business may have during the year.
If you’re looking to negotiate a lease for commercial real estate during the summer months, here are a few tips to help:
Understand Your Window
With a seasonal b... read more
It should be no secret that foreign investment has been a large source of overall investments in the American commercial real estate market. This can be a testament to the strength and favorable returns that can be found in the U.S. market. The most foreign investment in commercial real estate is coming from China for a total of 29% of all foreign investment in the country that is approximately $19.2 billion of foreign money coming into the U.S from China. Coming in at second is Canada which invested $13.... read more
In the ultra-competitive luxury multifamily market, developers are doing everything they can to attract top-tier tenants. Many buildings are now including top-of-the-line amenities, many of which were practically unheard of just a few years ago. Whether you’re a real estate agent wanting to stay on top of the trends or a building developer or owner who wants to appeal to today’s luxury tenants, you might be surprised by some of these unique features.
Here are some of the amenities tha... read more
You’ve just won a listing for a commercial property — congratulations! Now, the real work of commercial real estate marketing begins. The task of selling or leasing a commercial property for the highest price can be challenging, to say the least. Even in a hot market, it’s essential to use the latest strategies and techniques to keep your client happy and to gain recognition in an often-saturated market.
The most obvious of these strategies is to publish listings on LoopNet, the most ... read more