News

04.05.2013

Top Mistakes to Avoid with Commercial Real Estate Contracts

Show host Michael Bull recently had the opportunity to co-instruct a continuing education class on commercial real estate contracts for brokers, developers and investors with attorney Seth Weissman.

03.27.2013

Isaias Hellman was key in Inland Valley development

Isaias Hellman knew a bargain when he saw it in 1870 -- 13,000 acres on sale in a place called Cucamonga.It was on Nov. 17, 1870, only 11 years after he arrived in Los Angeles from his native Bavaria speaking no English, that Hellman bought the historic Rancho Cucamonga at a sheriff's sale.

03.22.2013

AIR Makes Updates to Legal Forms

The AIR publishes some of the most commonly used commercial real estate documents in the Western United States.

02.09.2013

Brokers: Inland office market improving, but far from all the way back

Despite steady improvement in the Inland Empire office market, no office buildings will be developed in the region for some time, according to two of the market’s leading office brokers.

02.07.2013

Ontario Office Building - Just Sold

Steven Roppel, SVP, Allied Commercial Real Estate, is pleased to announce the sale of 410 North Lemon Avenue, Ontario, California

12.14.2012

Fresh & Easy Closing?

The parent company of Fresh & Easy, Tesco, PLC, (UK) “one of the world's largest retailers with operations in 14 countries, employing over 500,000 people and serving millions of customers every week.” Announced on December 5, 2012, that they have begun to “conduct a strategic review of Fresh & Easy; all options under consideration”.

11.28.2012

Commercial Real Estate Vacancies Slowly Declining, Rents Rising

Most of the major commercial real estate sectors show gradually improving fundamentals and are easily absorbing the relatively small amount of new space that is coming online, with a full recovery already in the multifamily market, according to the National Association of Realtors® quarterly commercial real estate forecast.

11.09.2012

Apartment Market Dynamics Look Strong for Next Two Years

Although Moderating from Previous Blistering Pace, Leasing and Sales of Multifamily Leads All Other CRE Property Types according to COSTAR

10.26.2012

Allied Commercial Broker Featured on AM Talk Radio

Allied Commercial Real Estate's Broker, Tony Guglielmo, CCIM was a featured guest today on the radio show, "Money Talks" with Darren Vilardo on AM1510 and AM1450.

10.24.2012

Dramatic Uptick of Chinese Investors in US

LOS ANGELES-The number of Chinese investors putting their money into US real estate has seen a dramatic uptick over the last few years, largely on the residential side, but also on thecommercial side. Following other countries like Hong Kong, the Cayman Islands and Canada, Chinese investors seek the tax havens that US real estate investment offers.

09.29.2012

JUST SOLD - 36,619 Sq. Ft. Industrial Building

Allied Commercial recently closed escrow on an Approx. 36,619 Sq. Ft. Freestanding Industrial Bldg on a 1.72 Acre Lot. Located just East of Arrowhead Credit Union Stadium and South of Downtown City of San Bernardino. Within Minutes of Interstate 10, 210 & 30.

08.29.2012

Facts on the 3.8% Health Care Tax

Beginning January 1, 2013, a new 3.8 percent tax on some investment income will take eff ect. Since this new tax will aff ect some real estate transactions, it is important for REALTORS® to clearly understand the tax and how it could impact your clients.

08.22.2012

Ontario City Council approves Joint Powers Agreement for the Ontario International Airport Authority

ONTARIO, Calif. - August 21, 2012 -- The Ontario City Council on Tuesday evening unanimously approved a Joint Powers Agreement to create the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) - a key milestone in the drive to return Ontario International Airport (ONT) to local control.

07.26.2012

Another Successful Closed Transaction!

Allied Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant in a five year office lease transaction in Rancho Cucamonga on Haven Avenue.

06.12.2012

California Continues on Employment Recovery

LOS ANGELES-The EDD’s latest numbers indicate that California’s labor market experienced a slight pullback in April, with 4,200 fewer nonfarm jobs than in March (on a seasonally adjusted basis)