News 

NAI Ohio Equities January Transactions

Our agents had a busy month! A few of our deals included the sale of 6805 Perimeter Drive in Dublin, Ohio for $6,530,000 by the Office Brokerage Group, the sale of 298-300 Enterprise Drive in Lewis Center for $789,000 by the Industrial Warehouse Investment Team and the lease of 825 Tech Center Drive, 1st Floor in Gahanna. To view all of our transactions, please download the PDF: January Transactions

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Market Reports 

2017 Third Quarter Market Report: Commercial Real Estate Stays Hot

The central Ohio commercial real estate market continues to heat up, with both office and industrial vacancy rates remaining relatively flat. Although counterintuitive, we don’t expect to see significant reductions in vacancy even as demand increases. The reason: much of the currently available space is the same space that has been undesired by tenants for years due to lack of amenities and functional obsolescence. So if the vacancy is not falling, what indicators do we have to show the market is truly “hot”? Looking at sale prices per square foot…

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News 

Matt Gregory Achieves SIOR Designation from Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS®

Matt Gregory, SIOR of NAI Ohio Equities has achieved the SIOR Office designation awarded by the Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS. SIOR is a Washington, DC-based international professional organization of more than 3,000 commercial real estate professionals, 2,800 of whom have earned the coveted SIOR designation. The SIOR designation is a professional achievement for highly qualified commercial real estate practitioners with a strong transactional history in brokerage, fee-based services, or executive management. SIOR Designees are specialists in industrial and office markets, transactional closers, top producing professionals and the best…

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Commercial Real Estate 101 

Why Columbus?

In the past few years, there has been a lot of talk about the “up and coming” cities in the United States. Almost every list includes our hometown, Columbus, Ohio. “What?” people keep saying, “why Columbus?” Even though we thought we could keep our gem in the midwest a secret forever, we are also proud to be included in such an amazing conversation. Here’s why: It’s Affordable. Columbus ranks number 14 on the CNBC list of “15 Cities Where you Can Live Really Well on $60,000.” It is also one…

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