By: Clifford A. Hockley, President Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services, Executive Director, SVN | Bluestone and Hockley It is... View Article
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In this article we summarize tax law changes that impact Commercial Real Estate investors as well as businesses. We conclude... View Article
Portland Apartment Units Under Construction Over Time While news of freshly issued certificates of occupancy is still trickling in, it’s... View Article
By: Clifford A. Hockley, President Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services, Executive Director, SVN | Bluestone and Hockley About twenty... View Article
Property and Location Overview: This NE Industrial building with office and warehouse space was recently leased in redevelopment play! SVN... View Article
Property and Location Overview: The Eastgate Apartments are located just east of I-205 in the Hazelwood neighborhood of Portland, Oregon.... View Article
The Waves Hotel is located in Newport, Oregon directly across from Nye Beach, Newport’s central historic district. Nye Beach is... View Article
With average asking office rents across the country up nearly 20% over the past five years, many occupiers are seeking... View Article
Buying a CRE asset above its value or at a low cap rate is rarely a route to a successful transaction.
Investment sales volume on net lease office properties rose considerably in the second quarter.
California Passes Statewide Rent Control. California is set to become the second state in the U.S. to implement statewide rent control measures.
On Wednesday the yield curve inverted—that is, yields on two-year Treasury bonds were higher than those on the ten-year bonds
More than 41 million sq. ft. of new supply was delivered in the second quarter, but vacancy nationally remains historically low at 4.3 percent and asking rents rose to $7.50 per sq. ft, according to CBRE’s second quarter industrial report.
Is multifamily overbuilding? What has been the effect of this new supply? Are we approaching an overbuild threshold?
The Fed cut the federal funds interest rate Wednesday by a quarter of a percentage point to about 2.25 percent to protect the U.S. economy from an economic slowdown. As justification for the first rate cut since the height of the Great Recession, the Fed cited concerns over the slowing global economy and trade war with China.
Industrial real estate has been booming with the rise of e-commerce. After all, products bought online have to come from a warehouse somewhere.