Advantages and Risks of Single-Tenant Properties

Around 25% to 35% of the value of commercial properties are single-tenant properties (STPs). This large percentage means that institutional investors such as pension funds, as well as smaller investment groups must consider this type of investment. There are many uses ranging from office to industrial to retail. They can include office buildings, warehouses, department stores, supermarkets and other retail use. There are advantages and disadvantages in this type of ownership compared to multi-tenant properties.

Industrial Market Summary for 2013

Click through to read NAI CIR's 2013 Industrial Market Report Summary.

Closing The Lease: Your Checklist

When all of the negotiations have been completed, broker and the commercial tenant have agreed to the terms of the lease. Now all that is left is the lease closing. Often there are so many back-up papers than must be produced, examined and approved, the closing can be held up because of a forgotten document.

Converting Railroad Stations

In many areas of the country, railroad stations are now covered with dust and rust. The large terminals which were once the busiest and most accessible buildings in a city are deserted and deteriorating. Stations along commuter lines in smaller towns are boarded up.

Inspecting Investment Property: 6 Things To Check

When a buyer makes an offer on an investment property, it is usually only after a thorough inspection of all of the data that is available on the financial records of the building. Certainly, a good physical inspection is also made.

Who Buys Commercial Property?

When we represent a seller of a commercial property, we try to determine, as soon as possible in the marketing process, what type of buyer is most likely to be interested in this particular property. We then focus the main appeal on those elements that are most important to that type of buyer.

Investing in Apartments: What Suits You?

Here are a few tips on types of apartments and ways to invest in them. There are totally different types of tenants in these different kinds of units. Looking at an apartment property for investment, choose the type of property you want to own, and think about where your tenants will come from.

Newest NAI white paper released

Click here to read the newest white paper by Dr. Peter Linneman, NAI's Chief Economist, entitled "Suburban Office: A Dying Breed?"

Alternative assets set to gain ground in 2014

Read this interview with Jay Olshonsky, president of NAI Global, for insights into next year's global real estate market.

Commercial Real Estate Market Shows Signs of Stability for Investors

Click through to read an article from the CCIM Institute.

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