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Office: Q4 Demand Strongest to End 2016

U.S. and Atlanta Market Update

We made it through the election year! Politics aside, the results of the election have garnered positive indicators.

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Retail

Certain Metros Fare Well in Retail Recovery to End 2016

U.S. and Atlanta Market Update

The retail recovery has been so fragmented that it’s almost impossible to use the big picture to tell the story. To really tell the story, you should look at the individual metros over all of 2016, not just Q4. Nationally, there’s not much to brag about, but the retail market in Atlanta was one of the top-performers in the U.S.

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Industrial

Industrial: Let’s Give ‘Em Something to Talk About

U.S. and Atlanta Market Update Q3 2016

While Q3 performance alone may not be anything to brag about for the industrial market, it remains the golden child for investors. Industrial has the most favorable outlook among all sectors, due to an ever-evolving e-commerce industry. And Atlanta – in particular, is giving us something to talk about.

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Healthcare

Medical Office Location Analysis

Location for a medical office is of the utmost importance to the success of the practice it supports. Due to changes in regulations and the market, healthcare providers are now seeking locations near where their patients live. This trend has resulted in a “retailization” of care.

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Net Lease

How Can A Single Tenant Buyer Stand Out?

Ask Nancy

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Distressed Assets

Honesty and Transparency Key to Loan Workouts

A borrower burdened with a troubled commercial real estate loan should be upfront with his lender about his problems and be aggressive about finding a solution.

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Apartments

Multifamily Construction Slows but Demand Isn't Going Anywhere

Q4 U.S. and Atlanta Market Update

The vacancy rate limbo continued through Q4 for multifamily. How low can you go? If you’re the apartment market, the answer is “pretty low.” The national vacancy rate to end 2016 was 4.1% in Q4, (down from 4.2% in Q3 and 4.3% at the end of 2015). However, this may really be as low as apartment market vacancy can go.

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Land & Development

Construction “On Pause” Until Election Dust Settles

U.S. and Atlanta Land & Development Q3 Market Update

Q3 marked a trend for new construction – namely, there’s less of it.

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Commercial Real Estate Show

Don’t Let Cost Segregation Scare You…

Don’t let cost segregation scare you, it could be your best friend. Recently on The Commercial Real Estate Show, I spoke with Mike Morris, Managing Director of Ernst & Morris for a quick breakdown of cost segregation and how it can create more cash flow for you.

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Real Estate Career Strategies

Top 10 Success Strategies for Commercial Real Estate Pros

Commercial real estate brokerage is a dynamic business. Agents (or brokers as we like to be called) with the right skills and resources, utilizing the proper success strategies can enjoy a very rewarding career. Having studied, utilized and taught best practices for more than 30 years, I have seen firsthand the top strategies of the best in the business.

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Client Success Stories

Bull Realty Launches New Logo

If you see new commercial real estate company signs plagiarizing long-term Atlanta firm’s name “Bull Realty,” it’s not an imposter, it’s actually Bull Realty’s new logo. Today, Bull Realty is unveiling a new logo and updated sign design that is more illustrative of the firm’s style. 

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