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.
Becoming a successful commercial real estate agent isn’t an overnight feat. It requires hard work, motivation, and persistence. If you want to succeed in this competitive industry you’re going to want to take every advantage you can to get yourself in front of your clients and ahead of your competition. It’s important to keep yourself in your client’s thoughts when they’re need of a new lease or want to sell their existing business, just to name a few examples. With that said, there are a number of different marketing strategies you can implement to get ahead.
Most commercial real estate investors opt for investing in this type of real estate for the sheer profitability of such property. However, many are not aware that a sizable chunk of that profitability stems from the fact that owning commercial real estate can bring you a lot of tax advantages.
Let’s go over the significant tax savings you can obtain through commercial real estate property.
Multifamily Matters is the only one-hour, weekly broadcast radio show in the nation that is solely dedicated to the multifamily industry.
Tune in every Friday to Houston’s Business 1110 AM – KTEK at 10:00 AM CST to listen to the show’s host Paul Marks and multifamily industry experts discuss topics and issues that affect the apartment industry.
Many people are not entirely aware of what commercial real estate attorneys are, and what their job truly is. That’s one of the common reasons why people don’t know what to look for when they need to hire a commercial attorney.
When working with an office tenant, one of the first questions we ask is, “How much space do you need?” Surprisingly, many times a client isn’t sure, or has unrealistic expectations of their size requirements. In the past, office buildings were built to accommodate approximately 3 or 4 people per 1,000 square feet of rentable space. With rent being one of the highest expenses for a company, many organizations have looked to place more people in the same square footage. Why is this not always feasible? Well there are a few reasons:
I’m often asked “as a first time investor, what should I be doing”? I believe a better question is “as a first time investor, what can I learn from other investors based on the mistakes they’ve made”? Keeping this in mind, I put together a list of the top 10 mistakes first time real estate investors usually make, to help others that are in same boat.
Simply put, a big part of today’s real estate investment opportunities involve these value-add properties – projects that strive towards re-positioning a property to a high price point through renovation or redevelopment.
Today we have the market update for West Los Angeles, for commercial office buildings. Fundamentals remain strong as this area continues to gentrify and advance. The vacancy rate remains slightly higher than nearby affluent areas but asking rents have gone up as well showing increased confidence in the area.