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Rents aren’t the only thing on the rise, the increase of tenant improvement costs are also on the rise and they do effect new lease deals. I share a recent report that I received from a Bay Area construction company to pass along where full build out improvement costs are coming in at in three Bay Area regions. In addition to the costs of tenant improvements, I also point out how recent code changes are one of the areas contributing to the increases in tenant improvement costs. Click on this post to see the rest of the article and the Bay Area tenant improvement cost report.

Posted by Chris Comments Off on A Lesson in Value For Tenants From Single Tenant Net Investments

Cassidy Turley Northern California has just released our Fall 2012 Single Tenant Net Lease Investment Report. This report tracks national trends within the commercial real estate investment market with a special focus on single tenant net lease properties. Understanding the sale market and value that your lease has on a building can shed light on your next lease negotiation…

Posted by Chris Comments Off on US Economic & CRE Outlook Webcast: A Big Fat Pause in the Recovery

Cassidy Turley’s Chief Economist Kevin Thorpe recently spoke on a company webcast. Mr. Thorpe covered Cassidy Turley’s perspective on the U.S. Economic & CRE Outlook. The presentation was titled, “A Big Fat Pause in the Recovery.” In this post, I summarize what was covered and provide a link for you to listen to the presentation.

Posted by Chris Comments Off on Why Do Market Reports Matter?

You meet with your commercial real estate broker or talk on the phone and he gives you a market report for your area. Why? Isn’t it his job to know all those rent, vacancy and absorption numbers? Why should you care? The answers are important for your current and future business and may help you make business decisions aside from real estate.

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Posted by Chris Comments Off on Will the Labor Market Affect Your Rent?

Depending on where you are located, you may see rent increases as the labor markets begin to tighten. Our latest Cassidy Turley Employment Tracker 2011 presents the following data:
– The Top 5 Job Producing Metros
– An Employment Picture showing change in employment across the U.S.
– Regional Job Market Summaries across the country