May 08, 2018
Contributing Author: Sean O’Shea
There is a lot of discussion in a range of national publications, right now, to acknowledge that we may be in a new era for Investors. The 10-Year Treasury Rates have moved past 3.0% for the first time since 2013. The yield curve of 2 Year and 10 Year has rarely been this close.
So, we ask, “What are the implications for the net lease niche?”
I confess that I am one of the observers who can remember how ‘the music stopped’ in 2008-2009, when Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, AIG and other august financial institutions stopped trusting each other and the overnight lending mechanisms of the Repo Market which had come to a halt. Scary times that required the triage of QE by the Federal Reserve and forced mergers of a number of banks and financial institutions to attempt to salvage our economy. As seasoned Net Lease Advisors we not only witnessed this, but were in the middle of it. Continue reading Yield Curves, Interest Rates, Volatility Indexes, and the Impact on Net Lease Sector
May 01, 2018
Contributing Author: Jay Verro, CCIM
In early April of 2017, I was invited to do a Listing Presentation for a 22 acre parcel of Light Industrial zoned land in Saratoga County, the fastest growing County of New York State. Sounds like a listing that most commercial brokers would jump all over, right? Let’s take a closer look at the marketing challenges that accompanied the property:
- There are 2 parcels of land that lie within 2 different Townships.
- A County Sewer Easement bisects both parcels in the most developable portion of the property and there are no current lateral connections that serve the existing structures on the parcels.
- An electric transmission line crosses the western portion of the property with an approximately 60’ wide easement.
- The property is terrain challenged and to physically get to the top of the property where there are the majority of the developable land requires an access easement from the neighbor to the south, who is also trying to sell.
- A Class C protected trout stream winds through the property, which creates the need for a 100’ setback in addition to the additional wetlands that are on the parcels.
- The permitting and approval process would require coordination among no less than 6 State, Town and County Agencies as well as Utility companies.
- Without the significant expense of adding a bridge to traverse the stream, the result was approximately 2 acres of developable land out of the 22 total acres.
Continue reading Selling a Challenging Commercial Property
February 21, 2018
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Continue reading Looking for CRE Contributing Authors in the top 50 MSAs
February 27, 2017
LDCRE is pleased to announce its listing syndication partnership with Buildout! Buildout is a Commercial Real Estate marketing and document creation platform designed to unburden commercial real estate brokers of much of the administrative work that goes into creating marketing materials and listing properties on the broker’s website, as well as on third party websites. This partnership enables Buildout clients to easily post their listings and updates on LDCRE’s Free Commercial Real Estate Listing Distribution Platform via Buildout.
LD: What career path did you want to take when you were in college?
VR: I wasn’t a career-oriented kid. I wanted to hang out and play in a band. I studied physics in college because I liked physics, not because I thought it would get me a job. Continue reading Spotlight Interview: Vishu Ramanathan/ CEO, Buildout Inc.
May 10, 2016
The listing is solid, but the traction is light, sound familiar? Obviously, the main reason brokers post listings are to sell, or lease properties. Sometimes the listing side does not think about the buying side when they post a listing for lease or for sale. People want all the major specs on the offering before they look into it. If you are leaving out most of the specs (Price, Cap Rate, Location, a Picture), or have “Contact us for more information” posted, you are going to see interest drop of, as people tend to assume the worse and/or that it’s over priced.
Continue reading Let’s Talk About Why Your Listing isn’t seeing any Traction…