Marcus and Millichap closes more real estate investment sales than any other brokerage firm—over 60% of which involve a 1031 Exchange.
Our leading market position, coupled with extensive investor relationships, gives us access to the largest pool of qualified buyers, including exchange buyers.
Through its long-standing relationships and market knowledge, Marcus and Millichap secured difficult financing for its buyer where other mortgage brokerage firms had failed.
Learn more about what made this case especially complex and how Marcus and Millichap overcame the financing obstacles.
Vacancy Drop, Higher Rents on Tap in Chicago
CNBC asks Marcus & Millichap’s Hessam Nadji how commercial real estate momentum is influencing the U.S. housing market and which markets enjoy the strongest long-term outlook.
Foreign demand for U.S. commercial real estate elevated. Global financial market volatility, weak foreign economies, low alternative investment yields and a variety of factors creating uncertainty have reinforced the advantages of direct investment in U.S. commercial real estate.More
Outlook positive as cycle shifts gears. The U.S. hospitality sector is in a new phase that will nonetheless continue to provide opportunities to improve property performance and enable owners to realize return objectives through a transaction.More
Key metrics rise. Record room revenue and occupied rooms pushed occupancy higher in California during the first half of the year.More
A steady volume of leisure and business travelers and a reliable base of bookings in college and university locations will fuel an increase in occupancy in the Carolinas this year.More
Hotels in the Central and North Plains consisting of Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri recorded higher guest volumes in the first half of 2016 that will maintain the region on course for respectable gains in performance measures this year.More
Hotel performance in the Energy Belt consisting of Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and the Dakotas softened during the first half of the year, partly reflecting the reduced travel budgets of energy sector firms.More