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11.16.2017

Goodman - Ahead of the Curve

In the last five years, Goodman has capitalised on opportunities within the industrial property sector driven by growth in e‑commerce, consumerism and changes in technology.

09.29.2017

New California Transfer On Death Deed

There are several ways an owner of real property can direct the transfer of real property when they die. Up until recently, the most common way was through a trust, will or owning the property in joint tenancy with another person or persons. Effective January 1, 2016, there is now a new way California allows real property to be transferred upon a person’s death and avoid probate.

09.28.2017

Orange, San Bernardino county housing markets remain strong amid softening elsewhere in state, region

A typical late-summer softening in home sales appears to be taking hold pretty much everywhere in the state except for Orange and San Bernardino counties, a California Association of Realtors analysis shows.

07.20.2017

SoCal Industrial Markets Achieve Historic Records

Southern California’s industrial markets are arguably the envy of the rest of the nation. The region benefits from proximity to the busiest ports in the country, decades of infrastructure spending and a massive consumer base in its backyard.

05.31.2017

Rexford Industrial Realty Spends $141 Mil on Ontario Biz Park

SoCal-based Rexford Industrial Realty Inc recently closed two industrial transactions, an acquisition and a disposition, totaling over $181 mil.

05.23.2017

Inland Empire Office Market Potential Strong as SoCal Growth Patterns Show Coastal Residents Moving East

As more and more west coast residents are moving east, to the Inland Empire, employers, namely in the office sector, are now reaping the benefits. A new report from CBRE suggests that the region could be the next untapped frontier for office users.

05.23.2017

What all commercial real estate owners want to know

A fellow local so cal broker authors an article for the OC Register. We reiterate the authors insightful words. Click link to read his insights.

01.20.2017

SoCal Industrial: High Demand, Low Vacancy, Active Absorption

A great deal has been written about the e-commerce hunger for warehouse and distribution space. This ever-growing demand from the Amazons, eBays and others is leading to single-digit vacancies, six- and seven-figure absorption numbers and increasing deliveries of still more space in many markets across the United States.

01.07.2017

LA County lost construction jobs in 2016, but the Inland Empire is booming

U.S. construction activity reached its highest level in more than a decade in November, according to new federal data. But in Southern California, homes and offices weren’t built at quite the same breakneck pace.

10.14.2016

Positive Outlook for Suburban Office Market

Workspace Property's Roger Thomas Talks About Bold Contrarian Play for Liberty's Suburban Office Portfolios. "We Believe That the Prediction of the Death of the Suburbs is Greatly Exaggerated"

07.19.2016

Mechanics Lien's in California - Senate Bill SB 189

In accordance to Senate Bill SB 189, California's laws regarding mechanics' liens were modified on July 1, 2012. Many of the amendments have reformed the wording, the format of the mechanics' lien notice, and the numbering of the statutes. Some of the modifications to the enforcement procedures for mechanics' liens are:

06.17.2016

Is the commercial real estate bubble about to pop?

The price of Southern California and U.S. commercial real estate has been rising for years, but it may be leveling off or even declining in the coming years, according to a new economic forecast from UCLA's Anderson School of Management.

05.24.2016

Even the Rent for Warehouses Is Too High Now

Rents in the Bay Area are rising so fast that the Oakland City Council voted last month to impose a 90-day moratorium on rent increases, an emergency ordinance intended to counter the city’s second straight year of double-digit rent growth.

01.07.2016

IE’S MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENT MARKET HEATS UP IN THE EAST

Allied Commercial Real Estate's broker/owner, Tony M. Guglielmo, CCIM was recently published in the Western Real Estate Business Magazine. The article discusses the Inland Empire Multi-family market and some recent development projects

12.18.2015

Interest Rates, Cap Rates Don't Move in Lockstep

The monthly meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee that gets underway on Tuesday is expected to begin the long-awaited, long-delayed process of normalizing interest rates.

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