Monthly Archives: January 2013

Generic Data Mixed With Non-Industry Author = Waste of Reading Time

Generic Data Mixed With Non-Industry Author = Waste of Reading TimeBY: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM An article in today’s Orange County Register touts rising rents in the multifamily sector as the reason that there are more and more buyers entering into the single family residential for sale market.  For those of us working in the […]

2013: The Liberal Supermajority and Your Continued Success. Can they co-exist?

2013: The Liberal Supermajority and Your Continued Success. Can they co-exist?  Part 3 of 3By: Nicholas A. Dunlap This is the final installment (Part 3 of 3) of my 2013 Commercial Real Estate Outlook. Please note: I have been right on 100% of my predictions for 2011 and 2012.  Don’t believe me? Read 2011 and 2012 by clicking on the respective years.  […]

2013: The Liberal Supermajority and Your Continued Success. Can they co-exist?

2013: The Liberal Supermajority and Your Continued Success. Can they co-exist?  Part 2 of 3 By: Nicholas A. Dunlap  This is Part 2 of 3 of my 2013 Commercial Real Estate Outlook. Please note: I have been right on 100% of my predictions for 2011 and 2012.  Don’t believe me? Read 2011 and 2012 by clicking on the respective years.  Refinance, […]

2013: The Liberal Supermajority and Your Continued Success. Can they co-exist?

Happy New Year! 2013 is off to a great and very busy start with lots of positive investment activity.  We are in full on acquisition mode.  I may not be able to blog as much as I’d like over the next month, so I figured I would at least provide you with a snippet of […]