Hillsborough County Industrial Update Q2 2019

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Thanks for watching our latest video and be sure to check out our weekly blog posts to ensure you stay up to speed with all things industrial! Thank you to Cushman & Wakefield’s Michelle McMurray and Jason McCormick for providing our team with the Hillsborough County Industrial Quarterly MarketBeat Report. Would you like to speak with an experienced Real Estate …

Tampa Fulfillment Center

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101 S. 34th Street, Tampa, FL 146,567 SF Available Brochure: https://cushwake.cld.bz/Tampa-Fulfillment-Center Would you like to speak with an experienced Real Estate Advisor? Contact Tampa Bay Industrial Advisors here and connect with us on Social Media!     LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Youtube

5 Reasons to Track Critical Dates in a Sales Transaction

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Tracking key dates in a real estate sales transaction is not only helpful to both parties, it is crucial in order to execute the purchase and sale. On this week’s post, we will cover the top 5 reasons you should track critical dates for key dates such as: effective date, contingencies, deposit dates, due diligence periods, inspection periods, title commitment …

Top Five Most Common Factors in Industrial Site Selection

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Decision-making for industrial facility site selection can be challenging. The outcome is, without a doubt, critical to the success of future operations. In most cases, it will have a major impact on the success or failure of your enterprise. There are five critical success factors that most commonly dominate the site selection process for the businesses we work with. The …

Leasing – Know Your Options!

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Do you know what your options are when your lease is approaching expiration? “Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” – Warren Buffet Leasing decisions not only can have a significant impact on operating budgets but can also have major strategic impact on a firm’s success. This is not a decision to make lightly, and I always recommend examining …

No Building Left Behind Series: Industrial Warehouse

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Key Report Takeaways: “In 2018, annual ROI for industrial assets averaged 14%, doubling the ROI for office (7%) and multifamily properties (6%). Despite the tremendous rate of growth, e-commerce only make up 10% of all retail, suggesting there is room to run. However, rent growth slowed in 2018 and is on pace to dip in 2019 and 2020. With historically …

Understanding Commercial Leases

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Which lease should you negotiate for? There are several types of leases commonly utilized in commercial real estate. It is important to understand these different leases in order to properly compare and contrast them when analyzing and negotiating for your company. There are modified gross leases and net leases. Most industrial facility leases are either modified gross or net. These …

Timing is Everything – When Should You Act?

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“You don’t have to swing hard to hit a home run. If you’ve got the timing, it’ll go.” – Yogi Berra While we have all heard that the first rule in real estate is “location, location, location,” and I acknowledge its importance, I also believe that it is just as important to consider “timing, timing, timing.” Determining the best time …

Industrial Real Estate – Buying vs. Developing

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“There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.” – Colin Powell If you’ve worked through the lease vs. own analysis for your next building and you’ve decided that owning is for you, Congrats! You have reached yet another decision point. Should you buy an existing facility or develop a new …