Commercial Brokers International is a group of experienced commercial agents that have a strong background in analysis and marketing. We believe that our clients' best interests should always be foremost in all of our undertakings.
It's been well over a year since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act came into effect, yet there are still many who don't understand it entirely. One area covered by this bill that is still baffling many real estate investors is opportunity zones.
With that in mind, we wanted to thoroughly explain opportunity zones and tell you how they impact commercial real estate.
Like a well-oiled machine, our office hums with activity as my coworkers dial prospects and plan appointments. Deep in the hollowed trenches of reports, emails and meetings, I have carved out a humble space here where I can successfully live and breathe commercial real estate. Although 2019 is nudging into its mid-life crisis and a slowdown remains uncertain, overall analysis seems bright for the future of commercial real estate investments.
In my 15 years of real estate experience, I’ve helped build real estate empires across the Westside of Los Angeles, watched, supported, and guided some of the greats in the industry rise to the pinnacle and I’ve seen many of the not-so-greats fall. Nevertheless, in the grand scheme of real estate things, it can sometimes feel like I’m running into firsts at every turn.
The California Legislature made many changes to California real estate law for 2019. The number of changes is undoubtedly substantial, but there is no need for you to know all of them, only the most important ones.
That's why we made this article to summarize the most significant changes you need to know.
As you probably already know, the U.S. Treasury yield curve is the most important curve an investor should follow. It's the benchmark debt for any other obligation on the market. As such, it's often used to predict any upcoming changes in economic output and growth.
You’re Invited! Joe Killinger, Erica Joy and Sturai Yusufi present Commercial Brokers International annual art event. Come mingle with local artists September 14th while enjoying free drinks, good company, and great views on the Westside of Los Angeles.
We’ve written about commercial leases several times now, so you are likely well aware of how complicated the commercial real estate space is.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a professional or completely new to the commercial real estate market. The fact remains the same – it’s vital for you to familiarize yourself with the different types of commercial leases.
By knowing all the ones you can use, you’ll know which to apply for a specific occasion. However, since we have been in this business for a long time, we will also tell you exactly which one is the best to have for each occasion.