All in Commercial Real Estate
Benjamin Franklin once said that there are no guarantees in life other than death and taxes but I believe we can also add a downturn in the real estate cycle to that list.
Having been in the real estate business for over three decades I’ve experienced first-hand multiple cycles in the market. During these phases I’ve noticed a trend, people who operate their properties with a strong management team typically forecast the market turning and prepare in advance.
The market you’re in will have a lot to do with how properties are effected, Los Angeles and a few other major metro areas typically only see a drop in value of a few percentage points while other areas can take a bigger hit.
For our first video of 2019 CBI introduces real estate Adam Zarnegin!
Adam is a hardworking commercial real estate agent on our team, driven by experience, travel, and real estate rock stardom.
Find out more about Adam in our video. If you're interested in working with Adam feel free to contact him directly https://www.cbicommercial.com/adam-za...
Happy Holidays from CBI!
We thought we’d do a fun end-of-the-year recap on the ten most expensive commercial real estate purchases in LA County.
The list was compiled from information provided by CoStar, and includes buildings in office, mixed-use, multifamily, and hospitality categories.
Transactions include property sold only between January 1 and December 31, 2018 but do not include any bundled portfolios.
Pulling the trigger on your first real estate investment is daunting and not everyone has the risk appetite to go it alone.
If you want to start investing but don’t want to take a leap of faith, you may want to consider a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).
If you could have dinner with anyone famous who would it be? What's something surprising that most people don't know about you?
Find out the answer to these questions (and more) with agent Hannah McCarthy! Hannah sits down with CBI's George Pino to talk about her life and career.
I’ve lived in Southern California for twenty years moving out from the Jersey Shore in the 1990’s and have been honored to call Venice my home these past seven years. And while much have Venice has seen overwhelming change in its long-storied history (see oil derricks on the beach), in many respects, it hasn’t changed a bit.