Monthly Archives: March 2013

Take Your Team to the Top

Take Your Team to the Top By: Nicholas A. Dunlap Taking a break from the Investment Measures series, please enjoy an article I wrote back in November, 2009 for the Journal of Property Management on leadership and motivation.  Hope this helps you “Take Your Team to the Top”.  Although the rental market has changed significantly, these […]

Investment Measures, Part III

Investment Measures, Part IIIBy: Nicholas A. DunlapThis is the third part of a series on measuring potential real estate investments prior to acquisition and understanding how to qualify and quantify your investments.  For additional information on investing in commercial or multifamily real estate, please click here to purchase my book “The Four Benefits: Commercial Real Estate Investing […]

Investment Measures, Part II

Investment Measures, Part IIBy: Nicholas A. Dunlap This is the second part of a series on measuring potential real estate investments prior to acquisition and understanding how to qualify and quantify your investments.  For additional information on investing in commercial or multifamily real estate, please click here to purchase my book “The Four Benefits: Commercial Real […]

Investment Measures, Part I

Investment Measures, Part IBy: Nicholas A. Dunlap This is the first part of a series on measuring potential real estate investments prior to acquisition and understanding how to qualify and quantify your investments.  For additional information on investing in commercial or multifamily real estate, please click here to purchase my book “The Four Benefits: Commercial […]

Banking on Baby Boomers, Part III

Banking on Baby Boomers, Part IIIBy: Nicholas A. Dunlap From increased occupancy to rapidly rising rental rates, we have seen the influence of an aging population on the commercial real estate landscape.  Now, we are in the beginning stages of understanding and evaluating the impact that Obamacare will have on Real Estate, both commercial and […]

Banking on Baby Boomers, Part II

Banking on Baby Boomers, Part IIBy: Nicholas A. Dunlap In our primary office market, we see office rents ranging from $1.65 to $1.85, but we see Medical uses on the higher end of this range and in some instances into the $1.95 per square foot range.  Naturally, this correlates to higher property values. Please see […]

Banking on Baby Boomers

Banking on Baby Boomers By: Nicholas A. Dunlap  The effects of an aging population can certainly be seen in the commercial real estate landscape.  For a number of commercial real estate owners, this has been a game changer.  From expanding current uses to include medical office or traditional medical space, to simply catering to the […]