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.


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.



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


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.


Morgan & Westfield Deal Talk

In this episode of Deal Talk, we interviewed Tony Guglielmo, broker and owner of Allied Commercial Real Estate in Southern California. He explained how to avoid pitfalls to buying or leasing commercial property that are becoming more and more of an issue these days, costing some business owners thousands of dollars.


U.S. Office Rents Growing at Fastest Pace in Seven Years

Despite the recent global volatility, tenant demand for U.S. office space remained strong in the third quarter of 2015 pushing rental rates up in three-quarters of the U.S.


Yahoo News: No risk of real estate bubble,'in a very good place': Peebles

Commercial real estate prices in some parts of the U.S. are surpassing records set before the financial crisis of the last decade. But one of the leading figures in the property markets sees little reason to worry.


Sares Regis Group Acquires 150 Acres in Ontario for 3 million sq. ft. Business Park Project

In a pair of major transactions, SARES•REGIS Group acquired 150 acres of prime industrial land on I-10 in Ontario, to develop state-of-the-art LEED certified industrial distribution buildings totaling approximately 3 msf.


2015 a big year for warehouse development in the Inland Empire

There’s an economic tsunami washing over the Inland Empire and it shows no signs of slowing down, experts say.The gray slabs known as tilt-up buildings turn into warehouses when complete and are popping up across the region.


Report: Renters contributed $5.2 billion to Inland Empire economy

Renters are rocking the Inland Empire economy, to the tune of billions of dollars, according to a new report. Apartment business in the Inland Empire has contributed $5.2 billion to the regional economy...


Potential industrial project aims to bring 5,000 jobs to Ontario

The Irvine-based Sares-Regis development group plans to develop 150 acres of empty land north of the 10 Freeway in Ontario.


Key Tax Issues for CA Investors

Tax planning and deferral in the wake of significantly rising capital-gains tax rates are the issues most concerning to California real estate investors


President Obama’s Proposed Tax Increases

President Obama, in his State of the Union address on January 20th, outlined a number of tax increase proposals that his Administration projects would raise $320 billion in new revenue. Two of the President’s proposals would, if enacted, have a significant impact on real estate investors:


Inland Empire developer Randall Lewis predicts growth in coming years

The head of one of Southern California’s largest development companies predicted local economic growth in the coming year in a keynote speech in front of hundreds of real estate brokers at the Goldy S. Lewis Community Center in Rancho Cucamonga on Friday.


Institutions Start Thinking Small

Happy New Years! Featured here we have a great commercial real estate article from It looks deeper into how the appetite for deals is changing for institutional buyers.