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 features Marcus & Millichap’s CEO Hessam Nadji to discuss the impact of tax reform on real estate investors and surprising opportunities in the office sector.
Office metrics remain on solid footing after strong 2017. Vacancy has remained on a downward trend since the recession as many traditional office-using businesses arrive to the market seeking to capitalize on a talented labor pool.More
Office development is in full swing. Roughly 1 million square feet of new office space is due for delivery in 2018, the greatest delivery pace in more than 10 years.More
Absorption for recently completed space strong; thinning pipeline pushes tenants into older space. A wave of new deliveries has come online in Houston since 2013, as more than 30 million square feet of office space has been finalized.More
New businesses fuel growing office sector. Strong office-using employment gains over the past 12 months have continued to improve the metro’s overall office market.More
Annual absorption surpasses 2.6 million square feet. At full employment, Los Angeles County continues to add jobs at a stout rate, yet the sectors that are driving this job creation have recently shifted.More
Net absorption doubles, vacancy plummets amid rapidly improving market dynamics. Several years of limited development and steady net absorption have combined to prompt a sharp decline in the vacancy rate in Las Vegas.More