Posts Tagged ‘Transactional Real Estate Services’

Why Sellers Should Run Due Diligence, Too

Sell-Side Real Estate Due Diligence

Originally Appeared on Commercial Property Executive by Max Garbus and Karl Thompson While still relatively rare, sell-side real estate due diligence can reduce the property’s time on the market, lower the risk of re-trades and improve the return, advise two consultants with CREModels. Why Sellers Should Run Due Diligence Too (PDF) Commercial real estate investors…

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Due Diligence is Critical for West Coast Real Estate Investors

Due Diligence is Critical for West Coast Real Estate Investors

Originally Appeared in Western Real Estate Business by Max Garbus Due diligence is of the utmost importance in all real estate transactions. However, it is particularly crucial in the West where taxes, resources and weather can play a role in a landlord’s ability to increase (or decrease) their ROI. Investors are vying to buy assets…

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What is a Lease Abstract? (in Commercial Real Estate)

What is a Lease Abstract? (in Commercial Real Estate)

A lease abstract provides a concise analysis of lease documents in a format that is easily understood. It also gives structure to ensure any material items will be found and information in the form can be quickly referenced in the lease for further detail. The lease abstract should be created in a format that is…

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How Artificial Intelligence Is Being Used To Read Leases, Other Real Estate Documents

How Artificial Intelligence Is Being Used To Read Leases, Other Real Estate Documents

Originally Appeared on GlobeSt.com by Erika Morphy “A lot of people tend to give heavily-weighted promises about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and where it is going.” CHICAGO–A typical client for Nicholas Bartzen, an associate with Levenfeld Pearlstein’s Community Association Group, would be a condominium representative whose building has anywhere from four to 500 units and whose…

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Store Closings Put Co-Tenancy Clauses In The Hot Seat

Originally Appeared on Forbes.com by Mike Harris The surge in store closures from the likes of Best Buy, Macy’s and Toys “R” Us is shining a brighter spotlight on a hidden risk for retail real estate owners, investors and lenders. Losing a key retail anchor tenant in a shopping center is bad enough. While this creates…

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Life Company Lender Survey Shows Positive Findings

Despite signs of a maturing market cycle, life insurance companies appear to be staying the course on commercial real estate lending activity. Insurance company allocations to commercial real estate inched slightly higher in 2016, according to the latest Insurance Company Investment Performance Survey released June 5th by the CRE Finance Council (CREFC) and Trepp LLC.…

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Real Estate Funds Break Records in Q1 2017

Real Estate Funds Break Records in Q1 2017

Private real estate funds keep multiplying with 554 funds in the market at the beginning of Q2 2017 competing for a total capital commitment of $189 billion, according to Preqin’s quarterly real estate update released in April. This represents a 13% increase in the number of funds raising from one year ago and a 24%…

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Top Retailers and Restaurants in the US

Top Retailers and Restaurants in the US

Included in this chart: Walmart McDonald’s Target Walgreens Dollar Tree Subway CVS Home Depot Taco Bell Burger King Lowe’s Wendy’s Shell Starbucks Kohl’s Chick-fil-A Dollar General KFC Amazon Dunkin’ Donuts Best Buy Sam’s Club 7-Eleven Michaels Stores Panera Bread Source: https://www.npd.com/wps/portal/npd/us/news/press-releases/2017/only-three-businesses-can-say-at-least-84-percent-of-us-consumers-spent-with-them-in-2016/

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