Buyer Confidence in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • July 9, 2020

Pre-pandemic continuing job creation, and rising wage growth fueled buyer demand. The economic fall-out of closing businesses created a lot of uncertainty in the residential market. Since mid-march sales have dropped as well as the number of properties posted on listing services in Los Angeles. According to OJO labs study on Home-buying in the Age […]

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Will LA’s Industrial Real Estate Market Weather the Storm
  • June 15, 2020

Southern California, in particular, Los Angeles County has become a stronghold for industrial real estate as a result of favorable economic conditions and proximity to the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach. In 2020 Q1, Los Angeles County had a vacancy rate of 2.8% compared to the national vacancy average of 5.2% […]

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The Window of Opportunity for Mixed Use Property
  • June 15, 2020

For the past decade, real estate developers have found success by combining retail, office, and multifamily space to form mixed-use properties. Out of the 1.3 billion dollars spent on non-residential construction in the United States, 80% is attributed to mixed-use developments, according to the 2019 Construction Economic Forecast – Nonresidential report. The demand for these […]

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Real Estate Funds Seek Opportunity in Distressed Property
  • June 15, 2020

As the US, local, and state governments attempt to re-open the economy, the impact on commercial properties remains to be seen. The reality is temporary relief or loan restructuring alone will not save all properties. According to the Mortgage Brokers Association under 40% of commercial property, loans are from banks. The majority of loans are in […]

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