Media contact: Gary Marsh: 415.999.3793; firstname.lastname@example.org TRI Commercial/CORFAC International Nabs East Bay Transwestern Manager Ed Del Beccaro Walnut Creek, CA – November 13, 2018 — TRI Commercial/CORFAC International President Tom Martindale, SIOR, announced that his firm has recruited the former East Bay and Silicon Valley Senior Managing Director of Transwestern, Ed Del Beccaro, to TRI … Continue reading TRI Commercial Welcomes Ed Del Beccaro
HoonDog’s Legend Lives! June 1 marked the 50th anniversary celebration of the hit movie Bullitt, as well as the 11th annual Friends of Steve McQueen Car Show in Los Angeles, so a group of 27 hardcore Bullittheads from around the country (some who’d driven as much as 3,000 miles just to get to the event) … Continue reading TRI President Hits the Road… In Style.
Some commercial real estate agents rely on the razzle-dazzle of dollar signs to capture and hold a client’s attention, stretching projected property valuation to the limits of market tolerance. But big flashing dollar signs aren’t always the best tool for Building Great Relationships or delivering a great outcome. For veteran San Francisco office and investment … Continue reading #CRE Checkmate: Seeing the Whole Board
Once again, the CORFAC conference proved to be a fruitful weekend of networking, knowledge-building, and forward movement. TRI garnered three COR$TAR awards for 2017 at Friday night’s Awards Banquet including Top Industrial Sale, Top Investment Sale, and Top Retail Lease. Also, the CORFAC Standards of Excellence Committee made headway on the CORFAC branding revamp by … Continue reading CORFAC Austin – Spring Conference 2018
A detailed overview of the information covered by Andrew Rebennack in this video can be found in our our blog post, Navigating the Sublease Market.
In our previous post, "3 Old School Tactics For the Arsenal of Modern CRE Tools," we talked about characteristics of a successful agent that transcend the philosophical chasm between Millennials and Boomers. Now, let’s look at their approach to business. At its core, brokerage is a grassroots business. We can take advantage of every high-tech … Continue reading Gaining the Advantage: There’s No Substitute for Boots on the Ground
BTI (Before the Internet), commercial real estate professionals worked their business the old-fashioned way, with reams of forms filled out in triplicate on an IBM Selectric and telephones wired to the office wall. (We’ll pause for a moment of silence while the Millennials roll their eyes.) Despite the lack of modern tools and technology, those … Continue reading 3 Old School Tactics For the Arsenal of Modern CRE Tools
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
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