Joel Hutak and Phillip DeRousse had a requirement they needed to fulfill for one of their local, trusted clients. The client was looking to purchase an industrial building under 10,000 SF in the North Santa Fe Springs market. Continue reading →
As the local industrial real estate market continues to march along in what feels like zero percent vacancy, it’s actually 1.5% to 3.0% depending on which report you read and to what size range that report is geared, we are beginning to see a trend among owner-occupied buildings. Something we haven’t seen since mid-2000s, can anyone guess? Continue reading →
First off, thank you very much for reading the Mid- Counties Industrial Quarterly Newsletter. We have been working very hard to deliver real time Local Industrial Real Estate market information and insight based on our 100+ hour per week schedule.
As we reflect on 2015 and the momentum and market share we’ve gained, we want to thank the 30 Owner, Tenants, Buyers and Sellers that we had the privilege of providing our real time real estate knowledge and honest service to in 2015. Without your trust and friendship we would not have been able to complete over $35 million dollars in sales and leasing consideration in ’15 alone. Continue reading →
The Mid-Counties Industrial Quarterly Newsletter has sounded like a broken record for the past 4 quarters: “Limited Inventory For Sale”, “Price increasing with every deal”, Class A properties are being leased quickly and functionally obsolete buildings are sitting a bit longer! Sound Familiar?! Continue reading →
There are many answers to that question, but it’s generally for accounting purposes. We won’t go into the details here, but what we would like to discuss are the differences between Triple Net leases NNN and Gross leases. Generally speaking, the out of pocket expense will actually be very similar, however, “The Devil Lies in the Details”. Continue reading →
As a local market expert I often get asked by Buyers and Tenants, “What are prices going to do?” Well, if you ask 10 people that question, you will probably get 10 answers, most of them being varied. My response would be, “I have no idea”. However, I can tell you this. The market is extremely dynamic, Right Now! Continue reading →
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