Commercial Real Estate 101 

Did You Know? NAI Ohio Equities is Part of a Global Network

Did you know NAI Ohio Equities is part of a global commercial real estate service network with over 400 offices and 7,000 market leaders spanning the globe? NAI has offices all over the world, so with our local expertise, combined with our global reach, we offer innovative, customized solutions and seamless service to our owners, tenants, and investors throughout Central Ohio. Our company has been in operation for over 46 years, specializing in office, industrial, retail, and land development. Whether you’re a small business in the Central Ohio area or…

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Market Reports 

2017 First Quarter 2017: What’s Up With Retail?

Quarter after quarter, we send our friends these “State of the Market” updates professing the vitality of the current commercial real estate market. We see an abundance of urban mixed-use projects, speculative warehouses, and more apartment buildings than even Don Kenny could have imagined. All of this with no whispers of glut, surplus or oversupply. Clearly, our consumer based economy, which relies on retail sales and consumer spending for a whopping 70% of GDP, is firing on all cylinders. But what’s up with retail? Already this year, we have seen…

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News 

Anthony Maronitis Receives CCIM Designation

NAI Ohio Equities, a member of the world’s premier managed network of commercial real estate firms is proud to announce that Anthony Maronitis has been awarded the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation by CCIM Institute. The designation was awarded during CCIM Institute’s annual governance meetings in Chicago. Anthony was among the 164 commercial real estate professionals who earned the designation by passing the CCIM Institute’s Comprehensive Examination, the final element in the designation process. This new group of CCIM designees hails from 37 U.S. states, the District of Columbia,…

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Commercial Real Estate 101 

Survival Guide to an Open Office

Although the idea of an open office environment is not new, some companies that held off on renovating, or changing their floorplan are suddenly realizing that to compete for younger employees their office environment must change. Enter the open office environment. Older employees cringe, picturing rows of tables with computers, no personal space, and noise. Lots of noise. It doesn’t have to be this way! There are a number of ways to open your office without making everyone in the office mad. Keep Offices, but Open Them Up to the…

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