Is the land under your property more valuable than the property itself?
This premise may be counter-intuitive to you as the property owner. How can the dirt be more valuable, sometimes much more, than the entire improvements, which provide a steady rental income?
The answer is simple. Land is a finite commodity, there is not going to be any more of it. We live in a landlocked city with the mountains and ocean presenting insurmountable obstacles to potential development. We now have to look skyward to create new housing opportunities. Click HERE for detail
This will be followed by a cocktail reception allowing participants to talk to other Business owners and our mergers and acquisition team about what’s involved in selling ones business.
If you are considering selling your business in the next few years, I would like to extend the invitation to attend this informative seminar. As you know planning for
Succession is key to maximizing the return on the eventual sale of your business.
Click HERE to find an invitation for the event.
Making a difference in the lives of others is important, NAI Commercial’s team, namely Gabrielle Saine, François Laurence, Benoit Jacques and Vince Lauzon, took up the challenge of the JDRF Stationary Ride for Diabetes Research on September 12th in Montreal. This event is bringing together more than 23,000 business leaders and employees from across Canada.
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Faire la différence dans la vie des autres est important, l’équipe de NAI Commercial, composée de Gabrielle Saine, François Laurence, Benoit Jacques et Vincent Lauzon, a relevé le défi sur vélos stationnaires le 12 septembre dernier, Cet événement rassemble plus de 23 000 dirigeants d’entreprise et leurs employés d’un bout à l’autre du Canada.
As we compile our second-quarter statistics for the Metro Vancouver Office Market, we note a continuing trend of growing vacancies. Since our last report, we have seen some new spaces come available, and new inventory come online – leading to a total current inventory for Metro Vancouver of 52,905,635 square feet. View Details
We are pleased to share the latest statistics – and our insights into – the 2014 second-quarter Metro Vancouver Office Market. As noted in our sneak-peek letter, vacancy rates are up, having pushed through the 12-percent mark during Q2. For most office tenants, this is positive news! View Details
Sep 16th, 2014
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern
Where are the opportunities for growth? Which markets are hot, solid, and weak? Join Jay Olshonsky, NAI Global President and Dr. Peter Linneman, NAI’s Chief Economist, for an economic briefing. Dr. Linneman will address several topics during this Web conference including:
• Where will MSA population grow most and least by 2020 and 2030?
• Where are real values, rents, and construction levels compared to historical averages?
• Where will cap rates go for each sector?
• What happens when rates rise?
• When will vacancy rates really decline?
• Housing market update.
• Real estate Capital market update.