Your key to success? More effort, more calls, NOW! Biggest moment/feeling of success? In 2015, six-digit success. Greatest challenge and how you overcame it? Challenge: Losing several big listings. Solution: reviewing client database and brainstorming bigger, better opportunities. It’s a matter of connecting the dots – matching trade buyers who want to invest here with the right … Continue reading Agent Spotlight: David Hosbein
Will an Incremental TIC Conversion earn you the most or your building? Written by TERRENCE JONES I recently sold a tenant-occupied building in a popular part of San Francisco. It was built before 1979 and was under rent control. The tenants in the building were combative and had many demands regarding buyer and broker access … Continue reading SF Apartment Magazine – ABCs of TICs
Too Good To Be True? Navigating the Sublease Market By: Andrew Rebennack Looking for office space? Chances are you've come across the term "sublease." It may seem like a great deal, but is it? Could your business benefit from a sublease? What does it really mean and what are the risks lurking in the … Continue reading Too Good To Be True? Navigating the Sublease Market
Brokers, skeeball, beer, and $$ on the line... Well, that sure is one way to be #BuildingGreatRelationships. On Monday, October 16th, TRI entered the rink as the 1st Annual Brokers Skeeball Tournament kicked off. Alongside other brokerage firms including Urban Group, Colliers, Paragon, and more, the night was full of camaraderie, connecting, and of course--a … Continue reading TRI at the 1st Annual Brokers Skeeball Tournament
“TRI is very concerned about what we consider to be the ‘lost generation’ of young talent entering #CRE brokerage post-2008 recession”- TRI Commercial President, Tom Martindale SIOR on the new talent that CRE firms need to cultivate in order to survive. Featuring multiple different voices from other experts in the field, including numerous fellow CORFAC International affiliates, Globe … Continue reading CRE Firms Must Develop New Talent To Thrive – Globe St.
Andrew Rebennack at 301 8th Street, San Francisco:
As prepared to you by your friends at: TRI Commercial / CORFAC International