Monthly Archives: November 2009

Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the Move-In Month

Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the Move-In MonthBy: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM The retail sector of the consumer marketplace is not the only place to find value or bargains this holiday season. Landlords across Southern California who own or manage multifamily, commercial, office and other property-types are looking to fill vacancies and avoid what can […]

Real Estate Transactions Are Up, But Let’s Not Get Too Excited

Real Estate Transactions Are Up, But Let’s Not Get Too ExcitedBy: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM An article published in the Wall Street Journal today further described the mess that is the residential real estate market. Per statistics included in the article, as many as 23% of the US or 1 in 4 homeowners currently owes […]

The Rental Market: Something to Holiday Cheer About

The Rental Market: Something to Holiday Cheer AboutBy: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM For those familiar with the for-sale and rental segments of the residential real estate market, you know that the end of the year typically marks a two or three month slowdown. November, December and even January are historically seen as times in which […]

Can’t Figure Out the Commercial Real Estate Market, Take a Look at The Yankees

Can’t Figure Out the Commercial Real Estate Market, Take a Look At The YankeesBY: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM Major League Baseball. Although it is still America’s National Pastime, our country’s oldest organized, professional sport is a big business. A huge business for that matter, one with hundreds of millions of dollars spent to retool and […]