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Find commercial real estate for sale, lease or rent. Send your Hotel To Buy requirements to our local brokers and agents. Companies and firms can use our Corporate Relocation Service. Your company or firm may need a broker and agent to locate commercial properties near an airport, downtown or in one of the industrial parks. Our Realtors will provide multiple listing information on Hotel To Buy, warehouse rentals, values, industrial land, 1031 exchange opportunities, office space prices, resort hotels, motels, medical buildings and rental warehouses.

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We offer consulting services to owners, landlords and sellers, including sales market valuation and a detailed marketing proposal. If you want to buy or sell an office building, logistics distribution warehousing, dry storage buildings or manufacturing facilities in any area, a local Realtor will help you find the best value realty and prepare a Request for Proposal (RFP).

Our members serve principals leasing, renting, buying or selling commercial property. Our brokers and agents help owners, developers, buyers and tenants. They will help you find the most suitable properties for rent, sale, lease or sublease. Your Hotel To Buy search will include MLS listing databases shared by cooperating brokers, available business Multiple Listing Service, developments, 1031 exchange properties and private listings for rent, purchase and property for lease.

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NEWS AND INFORMATION

Commercial real estate boom reaches Baltimore
The jaw-dropping $121.5 million that an investor paid last month for Fells Point's Union Wharf apartments was the starkest example yet in Baltimore of how a booming national real estate market is pushing some firms to turn to smaller, riskier cities.

InnVest Real Estate Investment Trust completes $80 million mortgage refinancing
InnVest Real Estate Investment Trust completes $80 million mortgage refinancing

Fitch: U.S. Equity REITs Continue Proactive Liquidity Management
U.S. equity REITs have been active thus far in 2015 in both the credit and equity markets, according to Fitch Ratings' latest REIT Liquidity Update. This has enabled liquidity mana

Chinese auto-parts maker may be top buyer of U.S. real estate
Real estate accounted for more than half of Wanxiang's total investments in the U.S. in the past five years.

Singapore’s retail REITs posted average price gains of 7% YTD
There are eight Retail Real Estate Investment Trusts listed on Singapore Exchange (SGX), with a combined market capitalisation of S$22.3 billion. According to SGX, these eight Retail REITs generated an average 6.6% price gain in the year thus far and 16.2% over the last 12 months. The five best performers year-to-date were Mapletree Commercial Trust, CapitaMall Trust, Fortune REIT, Frasers ...

Goldberg Segalla law firm doubles downtown Buffalo office space
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Non-Traded REITs: Risks and Rewards
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Former Starks building owner fought assessments before selling for $14 million
The Hertz Investment Group, a California company that owns office buildings around the country, pocketed $14.25 million this month when it sold the Starks building in downtown Louisville. Yet for the last two years, Hertz has been able to lower its annual property tax bill by insisting that the 14-story building is worth much less than that.

RBNZ keeps eye on commerical property
The Reserve Bank of Australia isn't the only central bank keeping a close watch on the commercial property market - its New Zealand counterpart is also keeping a nervous eye on it as well. While much of the focus of the review, and most of the focus of subsequent media reports, was on the housing market, the RBA made pointed mention of the commercial property market and its growing vulnerability ...



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