Source: Back-filling Office Space in Class B and C Locations By Andrew Jaffe The U.S. office market is in a healthy state of equilibrium, with vacancies in the low teens and net absorption levels that are keeping pace with new development. But the solid state of the overall market isn’t shared equally across the board. Some … Continue reading Back-filling Office Space in Class B and C Locations
Cautious Optimism is the Watchword for Retail Investors Presented by CORFAC International June 7, 2018 | By John Salustri “We’re busier than ever,” says Christina Snyder, one of three CORFAC brokers lending their views to this exclusive RECon video. But that doesn’t prevent the trio from sharing some words of advice. LAS VEGAS—“There’s a healthy … Continue reading GlobeSt.com – Cautious Optimism is the Watchword for Retail Investors
Be a #CRE Advocate, Not Just an Agent For TRI retail advisor Ross Portugeis, commercial real estate is about more than brick-and-mortar transactions. Ross is a passionate advocate for local entrepreneurs, and for sustainable growth of small business throughout the community. But these are challenging times in San Francisco’s overheated #CRE market and it takes … Continue reading Be a #CRE Advocate, Not Just an Agent: SF Made
Award-winning San Francisco investment advisor Gary Cohen has a gift for unsnarling quirky puzzles in #CRE. His five-year quest to track down the owners of 500 Turk St. and acquire the property on behalf of his client, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, is a prime example. Through his work with TNDC, Gary is always on the … Continue reading Gary Cohen, The Intrepid #CRE Sleuth
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
“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.