Posts tagged Commercial Real Estate
Most sellers and brokers use a marketing process that contains a specific “Call for Offers” date upon which initial bids are due. The goal of this effort is to stage follow-up e-mails and calls to encourage all offers to be received at the same time. This creates a sense of urgency and allows for psychological leveraging. I personally, like to provide a sample letter of intent so that all offers are presented in the same format.
The ideal real estate investment broker needs to be equipped with all of the tools necessary to provide the client with a complete solution to his real estate capital needs.
However, achieving that ideal has been elusive because there is an inherent conflict between debt and equity brokers. Simply said, the equity broker is programmed to seek a sale of the asset from the client while the debt broker would rather that the client refinances that very same asset. What is lacking here is a protocol that is in the best interest of the client which is identified before the debt and equity brokers begin selling their services. More >
NAI Global, the world’s premier global network of commercial real estate firms and one of the largest real estate services providers worldwide, today announced Greg Schecher has joined its Capital Markets group as Senior Vice President, Finance.
Note sales – more irrational exuberance!?!? Like most things in a relatively free market environment, prices of goods and services flow through the spectrum of balance and imbalance as the pendulum swings, oftentimes too far to the extreme. This creates opportunities for both buyers and sellers before settling, albeit briefly, in a balanced state. The note sales environment is firmly in that cycle today.
But why? I have seen countless examples where the notes secured by commercial real estate have traded for values that exceed the More >
As is typical, the industrial segment will lead the industry out of the real estate doldrums. The asset class is fairly less sophisticated then multi-family and office and retail remains a conundrum.
B-class assets and incubator vintage infill will be the first to lease as service companies and ancillary support companies will be buoyed by the improving economy.