Commercial Real Estate 101 

Amazon’s Impact on Grocery, and the Innovation that Follows

Amazon sent shockwaves throughout America and abroad when news broke of the e-commerce giant’s acquisition of Whole Foods Market. The $13.4 billion deal was the first of its kind and showed a leap of faith in from traditional shopping trends to a new, technologically advanced horizon. Amazon currently has a variety of grocery based options such as AmazonFresh, Prime Now, Prime Pantry, Subscribe and Save and of course, Whole Foods. With the implementation of these new digital grocery options, Amazon has given its Prime members, all 100 million of them,…

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Commercial Real Estate 101 

6 Must-Consider Factors When Investing in Commercial Real Estate

So you’re embarking on a journey in commercial real estate investment. Commercial real estate investing can be incredibly rewarding by providing additional income, security, and longevity that are less common in other types of investments. However, whether you’re looking at an office space, industrial location, flex space, or rental property, amongst the varied other commercial real estate properties, it is important to consider a few factors prior to beginning your new journey. Financials It is pivotal to ask yourself, are my financials organized to invest? How much do you want…

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Trending Fitness Concepts Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

From indoor climbing gyms to ping-pong clubs and ballet studios, there has been a big push for unique “fitness concepts” in recent years in vacant shopping centers and malls. We expect this trend to continue into 2018 and beyond with a variety of new fitness concept trends coming to a neighborhood near you. Charlotte Country Club, Fitness Center, and Resort In-One In Charlotte, unique fitness concepts aretaking over the city. One fitness concept in particular just opened at the end of last year called Life Time Athletic. The builders call…

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September Transactions

NAI Ohio Equities closed over 23 transactions during the month of September, including the sale of an office portfolio at 825 Tech Center and 8101 N. High Street. The 209,440 square feet of Class A Office Space was sold by our Office Brokerage Group of Matt Gregory, SIOR, CCIM, Andy Dutcher, SIOR and Philip Bird. To download our entire report, please click Here.

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Four Things to Look for When Hiring a Commercial Brokerage

Starting the business was the hard part. Now you are looking for space but how do you find the right commercial building? You need a good commercial real estate brokerage but each brokerage and broker is different. How do you choose the one that’s right for you? Here are 4 things to look for:   #1: A broker that specializes in the type of commercial property that you need.   One of the first things you’ll come up against when you start looking for commercial property is zoning. You may…

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June Transactions

NAI Ohio Equities closed over 19 transactions during the month of June, including large office sales and leases. Some of the larger transactions included an entirely in-house deal at 707 Park Meadow Road in Westerville. The owner was represented by the Office Brokerage Group of Andy Dutcher, Matt Gregory, and Philip Bird and the buyer was represented by the Capital City Team of Mark Francescon and Joe Menninger. The building sold for $1,800,000. To download our entire report, please click Here.

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May Transactions

NAI Ohio Equities closed over 25 transactions during the month of May, including a large number of Industrial sale and leases. Some of the larger transactions included the sale-leaseback of 1727 Georgesville Road, co-oped with NAI Hiffman, for $13,625,000 and the sale of 525 Maxtown Road for $2,350,000. For the month, our office closed on 13 leases and 9 sales. To download our entire report, please click Here.

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Commercial Real Estate 101 

Amazon Isn’t Just Online: Three Ways It’s Impacting Physical CRE

It’s no secret that Amazon is the world’s largest online retailer. And, as such, the online behemoth has significantly and forever impacted the ways that we, as consumers, buy and sell goods throughout the United States. Their massive success has driven many retailers into a panicked frenzy, trying to come up with some way to keep up with or even compete with Amazon. However, most retailers have resorted to adopting a similar (if not smaller scale) eCommerce model. In fact, the online retailer is so ubiquitous that this shift in…

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