Monthly Archives: May 2011

We’re In a Bubble, Somewhere

We’re In a Bubble, Somewhere By: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM As figures surface showing that home prices continue to reach new lows, the market for multi-family continues to stay hot. With limited quality product and pent up investor demand, select sub-markets across the Southwest are so hot, it is as though there are price bubbles […]

Sorry, We’re Closed!

Sorry, We’re Closed! By: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM Recently published data by TREPP shows that small, regional banks across the United States are being tapped out by non-performing, commercial loans. This truly unfortunate scenario marks what some feel could be the proverbial “tip of the iceberg” of the current/looming commercial real estate debt mess. Local […]

You Know You’re In California When…

You Know You’re In California When… By: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM You’re a Real Estate Investor and you own multiple properties. You have built a successful approach to the operation and management of your properties and part of that includes the use of vendors who have a track record of getting the job done. A […]

Coming Soon

It’s not often that I use this blog as a means of discussing items irrelevant to commercial real estate investment. That said, I would like to clarify the lack of recent content. This weekend, I will be getting married. In addition to the long hours at the office, I have also been involved in the […]