An Opportunity

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By Eugene C. Boyle

In commercial real estate, we have all observed how changing demographics have forced companies to change their goals and aspirations.

Investing in Land for the Long Run

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By Christian M. Benedetto, Jr.

The good earth has always been associated with wealth, and tales are legion of ancestral land left behind for generations. Of all assets humankind has known, land has proven the most enduring in value. Wars have been waged over land and its resources from time immemorial.

Summer Pick Up vs. The Summer Slump

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By Alessandro (Alex) Conte, CCIM, SIOR

Historically speaking the summer months tend to slow down in the commercial real estate world as schools are closed, children are home and vacations become the priority.

Top Marketing Tips for Commercial Real Estate Professionals

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By Coleen R. Conklin & Whitney Driver-Crimmins

We live in a connected world where customers are empowered more than ever with so many choices and so much information at their fingertips. In this rapidly evolving digital landscape, commercial real estate professionals need to be creative about how to engage and connect with their customers through a mix of technology and tried and true relationship building skills.

Tertiary Markets on the Rise

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By Tamara J. Blau

As we enter the first quarter of 2017, demand for commercial real estate continues its ascent to new heights, helping this cycle to be one of the best many have …

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Your Property’s Worth

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By Anthony M. Bufanio

Owners are always asking us, “What is my property worth?” Sure most real estate brokers can spit out a number on the spot but wouldn’t you feel better if some real thought and actual research were used in coming up with the numbers? You deserve to have some basis for the value, so why not ask for it. Armed with this information you will be better equipped to formulate a game plan that serves your interests.

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It’s a Tenant’s Market in the Office World

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By Chris Flammer

The office segment of commercial real estate is continuing to see growth. While there was a small increase in vacancy (less than 1%) at the end of the first quarter of 2016, the vacancy rate is at a promising 14% overall.

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2015 New Jersey Industrial Vacancy Rate at Lowest Level in this Millennium

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By Alessandro (Alex) Conte

New Jersey’s Industrial vacancy rate in the fourth quarter dropped to 6.4 percent, which is significantly down from 8.2 percent a year earlier (CoStar). Nearly 4 million square feet of industrial space was leased during the fourth quarter, bringing the total for 2015 to 12.5 million square feet. The two largest leases during the fourth quarter were a new
571,000-square-foot lease by List Logistics at 75 Mills Road in Edison and a 500,000-square-foot renewal by LG Electronics USA at 380 Deans Rhode Hall Road in South Brunswick.

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Take Advantage of High Demand / Short Supply

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By Michael F. Schipper

A quick glance at one of the many financial periodicals or web based financial media outlets from one day to the next and one might be left guessing as to the state of our economy. Will the Federal Reserve raise rates in June, or September, or ever? Is the economy strong enough to absorb an increase in interest rates?