has commmerical droped in the last 3 monthes?

shortsales or forclosures in assisted living, appartments ,moblehome parks ,elf storage?
In Market Conditions - Asked by ronald k. - Nov 4, 2010
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Andy C.
Broker/Agent
Brownsville, TX

yes has been very slow for my company.

Nov 5, 2010
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Don M.
Broker/Agent
Warwick, RI

Has picked up some in Rhode Island thus year and still active (Not Hot !)

Nov 7, 2010
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Michael J.
Fort Lauderdale, FL

TONS of deals going off in florida. best thing to do is check your local or regional business journal. they typically have a full section dedicated to real estate.

Nov 10, 2010
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Bill P.
Lender/Mortgage Broker
Reno, NV

Commercial property in Northern NV has stabilized to a degree, but there is still a glut of Class A and B property for lease which was built in the last four years. Lease rates/s.f. have dropped about 40% in the past 18 months. The good news is that new deals are being written at the lower lease rates. Retail has come back to an extent, with some new entrants to the market taking in-fill space that was vacated during the depths of the recession. It looks like leases will remain low for the next cycle--3 years or so. There isn't a lot of organic growth right now.

Dec 8, 2010
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