NEWS & UPDATES
As an experienced, 30-year career tenant representation broker, I am seeing the current realities of the interest rate environment lead to unprecedented challenges in the local commercial real estate market.
In the name of due diligence, we came up with a few questions that tenants and buyers should be asking themselves if they’re currently stuck in a holding pattern and waiting for the right space to open up.
Lease or own is a question business owners often ask themselves. It is not unusual for a client to reach out to us to explore their options.
Nashville is a city on the rise. The city has experienced a construction boom in recent years, with new buildings and developments all over town. However, this boom has come with some challenges.
It’s no secret that the Nashville real estate market has experienced quite a surge in recent years, attracting a variety of retailers, restaurants, and experiential concepts.
You’ve heard us rave about Nashville and its bustling outer burbs. And what’s not to love? Nashville’s popularity is growing by the minute.
Tenant Rep Brokers are licensed commercial real estate professionals that focus exclusively on working with office, retail and industrial property users to help them find the right space, negotiate the best terms, and bring order and efficiency to the process.
Nashville has been steadily drawing new residents from across the country for the last several years. Its temperate climate and business friendly nature has had both entrepreneurs and corporations alike making strategic moves to Music City.
Land deals are unique. They take time. However, expectations often are easier to manage. Once you find the property and sign the contract, build-to-suit developers are experienced to take it and run with it. The clarity of the assignment – to find land that meets specifications and criteria, and then execute – is straightforward.