April 16, 2019
Contributing Author: Cory Tyksinski
Most people have heard or even used the expression “Stay in Your Lane,” and almost everyone would apply it to when they are behind the wheel of an automobile. But it can have significant meaning in the world of Commercial Real Estate (CRE). We live in an age of technology where the internet and social media have increased the amount of information available and the speed at which someone can obtain information about almost anything, including commercial properties.
This access has certainly benefitted the general public as would-be buyers and tenants can peruse the various websites anonymously to search for the right property that meets their needs, and only after identifying such property, will they engage the assistance of an owner or listing broker. However, this accessibility to information has also “allowed” or even encouraged real estate brokers to venture into areas where they may not have comprehensive and thorough knowledge.
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December 04, 2018
Congratulations, you successfully signed up a new listing, now you have to perform and sell the listing. If you are looking to perform quickly, to the best of your abilities, and acting in the best interest of your client you should be open to cooperating with other brokers. This can have some drawbacks, as brokers have overlapping clients, but overall the more people working on a listing the greater the chances the deal turns into a transaction and closes. Also, half of a commission is better than no commission. In today’s market buyers are coming from all over the place, not just other states but outside the country as well. In order to reach more buyers and increase leverage as a seller’s agent you have to reach a large audience and create buyer demand.
Here are our Top 10 Suggestions for Selling Commercial Real Estate: Continue reading Top 10 Suggestions for Selling Commercial Property
November 13, 2018
Marketing commercial real estate listings in the U.S. through third-party platforms first began with Black’s Guide in 1976, a catalog containing CRE listings in major metropolitan markets. LoopNet and Costar are credited for bringing CRE listings online.
Over the years a few CRE listing platforms have come and gone, but online listing platforms have remained fragmented and adverse to cooperation with each other.
The lack of cooperation between CRE listing platforms forces agents to either manually enter their listings into multiple platforms, or more likely pick one platform and hope for the best. This resulted in a tremendous amount of time wasted. Continue reading Establishing the New Norm for Marketing CRE Listings
July 22, 2018
Contributing Author: James “Jay” Verro, CCIM
Whether you’ve just been hired to consult with land owners or you are wanting to purchase a parcel of land for any kind of commercial development use, don’t go it alone. Doing so can easily lead to some very expensive learning experiences and will make the progression of the project much more difficult.
Developing, or re-developing, a parcel of land for commercial real estate (CRE) uses takes a variety of skills and expertise. There are critical decisions to be made and numerous processes to navigate at every point of the journey. Prior to even going to the governing municipality for approvals, a property owner needs to develop a team of experienced professionals to provide guidance with these processes and help ensure the best decisions are made along the way. Continue reading The Professionals Needed for A Cohesive CRE Development Project
March 13, 2018
LDCRE is pleased to announce Apto has connected to LDCRE’s Commercial Real
Estate Listing Distribution Platform, enabling Apto clients to easily syndicate CRE listings to LDCRE and its network of 500 news websites throughout the world.
“This is a win-win-win solution,” Says Brendan Hotchkiss of LDCRE “it allows Apto to offer greater market reach to its clients for free, it enables Apto’s clients to push their listings to 500 news websites with the click of a button for free, and it allows LDCRE to better serve investors and tenants searching properties for sale or lease on LDCRE.com and throughout LDCRE’s publisher network by increasing listing inventory.” Continue reading Apto Connects to LDCRE
February 12, 2018
NAR recently compiled a list of third party commercial real estate technology
companies that offer commercial real estate listing services, email marketing, and research as third party tools for NAR’s commercial real estate members. The Lists can be viewed at: Commercial Data & Listing Sources (NAR)
- Listing Platform Services (LDCRE is listed)
- Research Property Data (LDCRE is listed)
- Marketing/Email Blast Services
- Commercial Information Exchange/Commercial MLS Providers (LDCRE is listed)
Continue reading LDCRE included in National Association of Realtors’ (NAR) published list of “Commercial Data & Listing Resources”
January 14, 2018
Say I inherit $25,000,000 and it has to be invested in Commercial Real Estate before the close of 2018; where should I invest in Commercial Real Estate?
LDCRE conducts a Roundtable discussion on the commercial real estate state of the market with three leading commercial real estate brokers, all of whom are all in the trenches every day. Nick Miner,CCIM is Senior Vice President at ORION Investment Real Estate, Sean Lyons is a Founding Partner at Triad Real Estate Partners, and Jeff Rowlett is a leading Investment Advisor at Marcus & Millichap serving private capital investors in Chicago, Milwaukee and nationwide. Continue reading LDCRE’s Roundtable Discussion on 2018 CRE State of the Market with Jeff Rowlett, Sean Lyons, and Nick Miner
December 07, 2017
LDCRE’s global Commercial Real Estate listing syndication enables Coldwell Banker Commercial® and CENTURY 21® domestic and international offices, agents and listings to enhance local and global CRE marketing through news websites around the globe.
For more information on Coldwell Banker Commercial or CENTURY 21 Commercial, visit: cbcworldwide.com or https://commercial.century21.com
Search $100+ Billion in commercial Real Estate for Sale and 3+ Billion square feet for lease across 7,600 global cities and 29 countries on LDCRE.com.
March 25, 2017
Bob has over 35 years’ experience in commercial real estate from developing small industrial buildings for sale and multi-tenant parks for lease to being a broker leasing and selling office and industrial properties in the North Orange County market. After 15 years at CB Richard Ellis he joined Lee & Associates in 1998 and has been a consistent Top producer. His community and civic involvement includes being president and board member of organizations such as the Rotary Club of Fullerton and the Executive Council of the College of Business at Cal State Fullerton.
LD: What career path did you want to take when you were in college?
BS: An unusual one of getting a degree in physiology and a masters degree in business. Commercial Real Estate wasn’t on my radar until my father came to me wondering if I would be willing to build a multi-tenant industrial project on some land he owned. Continue reading Spotlight Interview: Bob Sattler, President Lee & Associates Orange
March 14, 2017
Adam Tarantur is a Principal at Podolsky Circle CORFAC International and also sits on the firm’s Executive Committee. He began his career in commercial real estate upon graduating from the business school at the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a degree in Real Estate & Urban Land Economics. Adam’s commercial real estate expertise encompasses a wide range of disciplines, including investment sales; landlord representation; distressed property consulting; and tenant representation. His client base is similarly diverse, consisting of both global and local clients, as well as institutional and entrepreneurial owners. Adam has successfully completed the disposition of over 3.6 million square feet of industrial, office, flex and retail properties. He has also transacted countless leases, both representing tenants and working on behalf of ownership.
Continue reading Spotlight Interview: Adam Tarantur, CCIM Principal at Podolsky Circle CORFAC International