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
Fox Business’s Maria Bartiromo and The Wall Street Journal ask Marcus & Millichap CEO Hessam Nadji for an outlook on retail real estate amid transition, consumer trends and tax reform.
Orange County vacancy to remain among the lowest in the nation. Unlike neighboring Los Angeles and the Inland Empire, Orange County’s industrial market is far more dependent on local economic conditions than national trade.More
Low vacancy contributes to healthy rent growth. Exceptional household formation and employment growth in recent years has prompted businesses to seek industrial space closer to central Florida’s rapidly growing population as the need for additional distribution channels has increased.More
Falling construction, consistent demand drive vacancy to cycle lows. Amid steady economic growth throughout the metro, unemployment has fallen below 5 percent as broad-based demand for workers boosted hiring.More
Developers focus on Phoenix as alternative shipping hub. Due to the metro’s relative proximity to the ports in LA and considerably lower costs compared with the Inland Empire, construction achieved a high this year with the majority of development taking place in the West Valley.More
Strong demand results in stout net absorption. With ample room for industrial expansion in the Inland Empire’s eastern sections, the metro continues to serve as a leading market for businesses seeking to establish or strengthen international trade based on its proximity to major U.S. ports.More
Market retains tight vacancy despite intensified development. As Salt Lake City’s reputation as a secondary logistics hub strengthens, builders remain inclined to construct speculative space along with scheduled build-to-suit facilities on the Wasatch Front. More