JW Najarian's Blog – July 2010 Archive (3)

Are Rents Coming Down an Indication of Market Bottom?

I mentioned in an earlier blog post from David Repka, that rents coming down can be a sign that the market is bottoming.



David added a graph from Loopnet to make a point and ask a question. I am using the same graph from the Los Angeles market to show my observation of the issue.



The first graph from Loopnet shows asking rents for Industrial for Lease in SF per year. You will… Continue

Added by JW Najarian on July 15, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Commercial Real Estate Financing - Who's Lending

Here is a great article from RealData on lending.....









Commercial Real Estate Financing: What to Do Now

An Interview with George Blackburne

We hear something like this from our customers almost every day: “It’s really…

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Added by JW Najarian on July 9, 2010 at 1:12pm — No Comments

The Real Estate Market Continues to Blow Big Chunks

So tired of market reports that claim that we are recovering. We are not recovering we are floundering. That is why we started the Commercial Real Estate Professional Investors Group and the CRE Distressed Assets Association. We need grass roots efforts from the people that work in the trenches of the industry.



We need to network, collaborate…
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Added by JW Najarian on July 7, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

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