July 6, 2020 Designer No comments exist

Neil Johnson, Geneva ILWalt Arnold, Albuquerque NM Neil Johnson: Thank you. Well, good morning from Geneva, Illinois, and suburban Chicago, and welcome to the June Leasing Council Call. We’re grateful to Julian Banuelos from SVN Corporate. He’s running our backstage component. And can jump in to help us out if there’s any technical issues, the…

April 14, 2020 Designer No comments exist

The first domino is Coronavirus, which authorizes government officials to manage the affairs of industry, schools, shopping malls, restaurants, sporting events, recreation, graduations, marriages and all aspects of daily life. This is followed by the domino that promptly shuts down all non-essential businesses, in turn giving rise to the closing of shopping centers that contain…

April 11, 2020 Crystal Beckett No comments exist

Managing Director of SVN/Walt Arnold Commercial Brokerage Inc. What did you do before you began your career in CRE? Before I got into the real estate business, I was a Professional Football Player for 8 years with the LA Rams, Houston Oilers and the Kansas City Chiefs. When did you get your start in commercial…

March 20, 2020 Designer No comments exist

When scouting for a new commercial property, doing your due diligence is important. Because of the costs associated with environmental site assessments and property condition reports they usually garner the most attention. However, the zoning compliance report will give you a better picture about the property — sometimes revealing make-or-break information.  Read more about what…

January 26, 2018 Designer No comments exist

Due to one of the largest economic expansions in US history, economists predict that 2017 may have been the year of the market’s peak for commercial real estate. There has been some evidence that indicate that the market’s best years are in its past. Numerous factors from past years create uneasiness for what could take…

May 30, 2017 Designer No comments exist

Albuquerque’s industrial market has experienced modest occupancy improvements and increased sales activity over the past three years. For year-end 2016, the industrial market reported 39.6 million square feet of space and a 6.8 percent vacancy rate. Industrial Market Shows Improvement

May 12, 2017 Designer No comments exist

The New Mexico retail market is continuing to change in a positive manner, which bodes well for property owners and businesses. There are new national, regional and local tenants looking at this market, moving in and around the shopping centers of New Mexico. New shopping centers are being built, while existing shopping centers are being…

December 14, 2016 Designer No comments exist

For the last few years retailers have been looking in rural areas for retail locations. The big retailers with many locations in suburban and metropolitan areas, where most of the stores are located have been more aggressive in territory and rural markets. Higher demographic markets are starting to experience market saturation and retailers are looking…

December 14, 2016 Designer No comments exist

Good News!  There are finally some signs of life in the different disciplines of real estate – a good sign we haven’t seen in some areas for almost a decade! Retail leads the way.  Single-tenant net leased retail remains the “go-to” property for stabilized investors who are willing to pay high $/SF and accept lower…

May 20, 2016 Designer No comments exist

Tax season, a miserable event that all non-dependents must painfully experience each year. Now that 2015 returns are in the mail, it’s time to take a look at what’s on the radar for future tax seasons, paying special attention to commercial real estate accounting issues. For many of us, filing your taxes can be a…