Agent Highlight of the Week – Henry Chaparro

Henry specializes in Investment properties, including apartments, industrial, commercial and mixed-use developments. Henry has been associated with TRI Commercial since 1995 and has successfully completed sale and lease transactions in the greater Bay Area, and more particularly in the South of Market and Northern Peninsula areas. Henry is a member of the San Francisco Board … Continue reading Agent Highlight of the Week – Henry Chaparro

More Demand Than Space in SoMa

By Lisa Brown | Reporter for Globest.com SAN FRANCISCO—A trifecta of transactions that were all associated with a single Mission District property were marketed and closed by TRI Commercial/CORFAC International, according to president Tom Martindale, SIOR. The buyer of the building located at 2650 18th St. was Chai LP, a multi-generational, family-owned real estate investor based … Continue reading More Demand Than Space in SoMa

TRI Commercial/CORFAC International Completes a Trifecta of Deals Associated with a SOMA Commercial Property

News From: TRI Commercial/CORFAC International Media Contact: Gary Marsh (415) 453-7045 or gary@marshmarketing.com TRI Commercial/CORFAC International Completes a Trifecta of Deals Associated with a SOMA Commercial Property San Francisco, California (October 12, 2015) –TRI Commercial/CORFAC International President Tom Martindale, SIOR, announced today that Senior Advisor Jason James has completed a trifecta of transactions that were … Continue reading TRI Commercial/CORFAC International Completes a Trifecta of Deals Associated with a SOMA Commercial Property

New Agent Announcement – Lawrence Chan

On behalf of TRI Commercial we are pleased to welcome Lawrence Chan to the San Francisco Office. Lawrence Chan Lawrence has a B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of California, Davis and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and has spent the last 25 years in the biotechnology industry in sales and … Continue reading New Agent Announcement – Lawrence Chan

Bryan Wirt closes an 82,688-square-foot shopping center in Sacramento

Merlone Geier Makes Shopping Center Play By Natalie Dolce | Sacramento “This is one of the most prominent grocery-anchored retail centers on one of the busiest intersections in Sacramento… it is definitely a great piece of real estate,” Wirt tells GlobeSt.com. SACRAMENTO—The University Village Shopping Center, located at the southeast intersection of Fair Oaks Blvd. … Continue reading Bryan Wirt closes an 82,688-square-foot shopping center in Sacramento

Jeff Pehrson represented the buyer in this $3.2 Million transaction

Owner/User Buys Flex Bldg in Roseville for $3.2 Million Family Trust Sells 7501 Galilee By Ann O'Brien September 9, 2014 An individual owner/user purchased the flex building at 7501 Galilee in Roseville, CA from a private family trust for $3.2 million, or about $80 price per square foot. The 39,775-square-foot building was constructed in 2002 … Continue reading Jeff Pehrson represented the buyer in this $3.2 Million transaction

No Bursting This Bubble

by Terrence Jones, Senior Broker Associate Could it be that our current, crazed market represents a paradigm shift where demand forever outpaces supply? The owners of existing rent controlled apartment buildings in San Francisco have seen three strong years of consistently rising rents and ever-increasing property values for their buildings. And that’s great, right? According to RealPage, as … Continue reading No Bursting This Bubble

Want the best possible sales price for your property? Check off this “TOP 10” list first. – By Terrence Jones

Published in the SPOSFInews March 2014 edition If you knew you were going to be selling your building in six months, what steps would you take to secure the highest possible sales price? The following is my “Top 10” list of items to assemble and to consider before putting your rental property on the market. They’re roughly in order of importance, but in … Continue reading Want the best possible sales price for your property? Check off this “TOP 10” list first. – By Terrence Jones

Pruning Back the Hedge – Terrence Jones

Pruning Back the Hedge - Terrence Jones Even though I trained to be an economist at Berkeley, back when the bubble burst in the early 2000s, I was drawn into San Francisco apartment sales and investment. Working in the business seemed to be one of the best pathways to gaining a competitive advantage in ownership. … Continue reading Pruning Back the Hedge – Terrence Jones