What are the top 10 markets to purchase on Commercial property.

I'm looking for commercial properties with a single tenant or multi tenant.
With rating from BB+ to AA+ (S & P) as Best Buy, Target, Wall Mart, BOFA, WAG, TD Bank, PNC, Chase ...
In Buying Property - Asked by Martina B. - Aug 8, 2012
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Dara R.
Broker/Agent
Rochester, NY

Rochester NY has been named by 6 different references as a top city to buy investment properties. The single tenant properties generally go before they are listed, but there are some fantastic shopping strips and larger plazas available with strong anchors. Please let me know if you are interested in further information-Dara Rennert
DaraR@kw.com

Aug 8, 2012
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Ed H.
Palo Alto, CA

Silicon Valley by far as #1

Aug 9, 2012
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John G.
Owner/Investor
Boca Raton, FL

The hottest area to build is in The Downtown Area of Brooklyn NY. Fulton Street Mall. The city is redeveloping this region with all types of incentives. I can help you find a vacant parcel across from the newest Grand development of City Center. A developer can build a Tower with 185,000 sq/ft.
This property will soon be The Gramercy Park of Brooklyn. This is the best area to make profit on your investment.

Aug 9, 2012
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Steven B.
Broker/Agent
Salem, MA

North Shore Massachusetts has great Inventory and access to the Greater Boston market, but with prices that start at half per square foot. I can help you open up the opportunity in places like Cmabridge, Newton, Somerville, Danvers and Salem. Experience a demographic that is wealthy and younger than almost anywhere in the country. If this sounds like your kind of market then conatct me at sbrook@armstrongfield.com and I will bring this demographic to your products.978-304-9849
Steven Brook Commercial Agent North Shore

Aug 11, 2012
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Joseph L.
Orlando, FL

Lake Nona, Orlando Florida. Medical City, 6.5 Billion dollar impact in one of the county's best medical research communities. I grew up here, Wow!
Have deep pockets, cause it ain't cheap. :)
Not much Income property available you have to buy and develop, that cost even more.

Sep 1, 2012
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