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How Important is Building Condition When Leasing a Commercial Space?
Blog 6 days ago
How Important is Building Condition When Leasing a Commercial Space?

Looking for new office space comes with a lot of responsibility. You need to find the right building, somewhere your business will stay for a long...

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Does an Inverted Yield Curve Spell Doom for CRE?
Blog 6 days ago
Does an Inverted Yield Curve Spell Doom for CRE?

And here’s another question: Will lower interest rates lead to riskier CRE deals? WASHINGTON, DC—On Wednesday the yield curve inverted—that is,...

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What to Make of Gyrating Markets and Global Trade Wars
Blog 2 weeks ago
What to Make of Gyrating Markets and Global Trade Wars

CoStar Analysts Take Stock of Recent Headlines It appears that U.S. financial markets are finally waking up to the reality of the intended and...

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Q2 2019 Market Update
Blog 2 weeks ago
Q2 2019 Market Update

Q2 2019 Commercial Real estate volume reached $127 billion in transaction volume in Q2 2019, up 2% from last year’s Q2 volume. Led by the office,...

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Opportunity Zone Land Will Cost You
Blog 4 weeks ago
Opportunity Zone Land Will Cost You

Investors and developers are paying a premium for land sites in opportunity zones, according to a new study. Investors and developers are paying a...

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How Certain Real Estate Investments Outperform the Stock Market
Blog 4 weeks ago
How Certain Real Estate Investments Outperform the Stock Market

The real estate investor, author and Apartment Building Investing Podcast host describes the real estate investments that he favors over stocks....

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Appetite Strong But Cautious for Cannabis Real Estate
Blog 4 weeks ago
Appetite Strong But Cautious for Cannabis Real Estate

With the legalization of cannabis, there is a lot of excitement for new real estate uses, but there are still challenges to investing. The...

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Talk Of Interest Rate Cuts Boosts The Stock Market, But Don’t Expect A Similar CRE Windfall
Blog 1 month ago
Talk Of Interest Rate Cuts Boosts The Stock Market, But Don’t Expect A Similar CRE Windfall

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell indicated last week the central bank could soon cut interest rates for the first time in more than a...

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Florida remains a hotspot for CRE development
Blog 1 month ago
Florida remains a hotspot for CRE development

Industry group says state ranks fifth in overall commercial development nationwide It’s not just your imagination: Florida is booming. The state...

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SVN Commercial Advisory Group Expands South Florida Medical Team with Addition of Gail Bowden
Blog 1 month ago
SVN Commercial Advisory Group Expands South Florida Medical Team with Addition of Gail Bowden

SARASOTA, Fla. (July 10, 2019) SVN Commercial Advisory Group is excited to announce the addition of Senior Advisor, Gail Bowden. Gail brings with...

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Future Tense? Avoid unnecessary stress by accurately forecasting a property’s tax burden.
Blog 1 month ago
Future Tense? Avoid unnecessary stress by accurately forecasting a property’s tax burden.

Property taxes are one of the largest expenses for a real estate project. They are also one of the most difficult to forecast – which can make...

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Is Blockchain CRE’s Missing Data Link?
Blog 1 month ago
Is Blockchain CRE’s Missing Data Link?

More commercial real estate firms are learning about the efficiency, security and other advantages of blockchain technology. BOSTON—Consumers often...

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US Rental Demand Begins Rebound, Helped by Seniors
Blog 1 month ago
US Rental Demand Begins Rebound, Helped by Seniors

Empty Nesters, Retirees Trading Homes for Apartments The profile of potential renters has long leaned toward recent college graduates, but empty...

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First Watch to expand corporate HQ near Mall at UTC
Blog 1 month ago
First Watch to expand corporate HQ near Mall at UTC

Nationwide breakfast-and-brunch chain First Watch is expanding its corporate headquarters as it continues to grow. First Watch Restaurants Inc.,...

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Leaving Tracks: How Malls Track Shoppers Inside and Outside Its Doors
Blog 1 month ago
Leaving Tracks: How Malls Track Shoppers Inside and Outside Its Doors

The right data is just the thing that could save an ailing shopping center…even if it does raise all sorts of privacy questions Your malls know you...

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Sarasota Office Market on Pace for Record Fifth Straight Year With Sales Volume Over $150 Million
Blog 1 month ago
Sarasota Office Market on Pace for Record Fifth Straight Year With Sales Volume Over $150 Million

CoStar Market Insights: Bradenton Financial Center Sale Continues High Investment Activity Trend The Bradenton Financial Center at 1401 W. Manatee...

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US Cold Storage Demand Expected to Heat Up in Next Five Years
Blog 2 months ago
US Cold Storage Demand Expected to Heat Up in Next Five Years

An Estimated 100 Million Square Feet Could Be Needed As Online Grocery Sales Rise Rising online grocery sales and the potential need to refrigerate...

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City Gives Green Light to Sarasota Memorial Hospital-Venice Development Plans
Blog 2 months ago
City Gives Green Light to Sarasota Memorial Hospital-Venice Development Plans

The hospital will offer a full array of medical and surgical care. The Venice City Council this week approved a zoning amendment that gave a green...

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Coworking vs. Traditional Office: Are You Paying Too Much For One Or The Other?
Blog 2 months ago
Coworking vs. Traditional Office: Are You Paying Too Much For One Or The Other?

Companies relying solely on quoted lease rates when choosing between coworking spaces and traditional offices could find themselves unintentionally...

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Construction to Start at Landmark Midtown Tampa
Blog 2 months ago
Construction to Start at Landmark Midtown Tampa

Mixed-Use Project Aims for Completion in Time for Tampa’s Super Bowl LV The $500 million Midtown Tampa is finally going vertical, 22 years after...

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Rosemary District zoning set for debate
Blog 2 months ago
Rosemary District zoning set for debate

Stakeholders hope new rules can address the neighborhood’s needs amid an ongoing building boom. After two years of community organizing and...

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Sarasota Condo Developer Plans Fall Groundbreaking for Florida Property
Blog 2 months ago
Sarasota Condo Developer Plans Fall Groundbreaking for Florida Property

Proposed Condos Represent an ‘Unmatched Price Point’ for the Area A developer that targets niche markets intends to break ground this fall on a...

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‘Buy Local’ Campaign Kicks Off On Memorial Day
Blog 3 months ago
‘Buy Local’ Campaign Kicks Off On Memorial Day

Sarasota Architectural Salvage is kicking off a “Buy Local” initiative on Memorial Day, encouraging shoppers to shop local and pend their dollars...

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SVN Commercial Advisory Group and Senior Advisor, Mike Migone Recognized for Sales Achievements
Blog 3 months ago
SVN Commercial Advisory Group and Senior Advisor, Mike Migone Recognized for Sales Achievements

SARASOTA, Fla. (May 21, 2019) – SVN International recently announced sales numbers for April, 2019. Within the announcement, SVN Commercial...

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Will 25% Tariffs On Chinese Goods Impact CRE?
Blog 3 months ago
Will 25% Tariffs On Chinese Goods Impact CRE?

After more than a year of tit-for-tat trade negotiations between China and the U.S., making sense of all the rhetoric and tariff adjustments has...

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How Real Estate Is Adjusting to Our Changing Moral Compass
Blog 3 months ago
How Real Estate Is Adjusting to Our Changing Moral Compass

In a sign of the changing times and an increased focus on tenant needs, large landlords are striving to attract and retain tenants by offering an...

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EPOCH, a New Condo Building, Breaks Ground in Downtown Sarasota
Blog 3 months ago
EPOCH, a New Condo Building, Breaks Ground in Downtown Sarasota

Seaward Development broke ground on EPOCH, a boutique condominium community of 23 residences located between South Palm and Gulfstream avenues in...

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Opportunity Zones VS 1031 Exchanges
Blog 3 months ago
Opportunity Zones VS 1031 Exchanges

The new program offers another route to postpone or eliminate taxable gains. While the tax benefits of Section 1031 exchanges in commercial real...

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Brick-and-Mortar’s Pathway: The shopping center is not doomed — if owners can adapt.
Blog 3 months ago
Brick-and-Mortar’s Pathway: The shopping center is not doomed — if owners can adapt.

For the brick-and-mortar retail industry, success begins and ends with the ability to adapt to market changes. In recent years, retailers such as...

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6 Commercial Lease Clauses to Avoid
Blog 3 months ago
6 Commercial Lease Clauses to Avoid

When you enter into a commercial lease negotiation, you do so in good faith and want to believe that the landlord is presenting you with a fair...

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