Archive for October, 2011
NAI Commercial has a kiosk at the 2011 International Council of Shopping Centres’ (ICSC) Toronto Conference, to display and promote our commercial property listings for sale or rent. This prestigious event will be held at Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario.
The ICSC is a global trade association that helps members develop their business through networking, deal-making, research, education, action and most importantly, visibility on a global scale. To find out more about the ICSC, visit www.icsc.org.
NAI Commercial has invested considerably to ensure optimal visibility for the company and its local, national and international clients. The conference is an excellent platform to meet with brokers and retailers present throughout the event, to gain insight on new or existing real estate projects, and to promote business growth and development.
Committed to providing services of the highest calibre and quality, NAI Commercial has been a long-time participant in ICSC Whistler, ICSC Montreal and other large-scale events, notably in Las Vegas (RECON) and France (MIPIM). The opportunity to do so in our own backyard simply couldn’t be passed up.
“Greece will default on its debt. The only questions are when, how and who will be left holding the bag?” says NAI Global Chief Economist Dr. Peter Linneman.
In his newest white paper, “European Debt Crisis” NAI Global Chief Economist, Dr. Peter Linneman, summarizes the origins of the European sovereign debt crises that have dominated the global financial headlines and analyzes the current status of debt in Greece, Portugal, Italy, Ireland and Spain in addition to assessing the impact that default will have on the European economy.
The white paper examines strategies to minimize the impact from a Greek default on other European countries, the possibility of default in other Euro Zone countries and presents possible real estate investment opportunities that may arise as a result of distress in the European banking sector.
Brian Larrivee – NAI Commercial Langley arranged the sale of the warehouse and manufacturing facility on 31281 Wheel Ave, Abbotsford, BC for $2,575,000.