More than 200 results for “net lease”
Industrial v Wisconsin

Building boom in Southeast Wisconsin

| Matt Baker

Kenosha County, Wisconsin is one of the smallest industrial submarkets in the Chicago metro area. Its 249 properties, as of Q4 2018, are second to last in inventory count, as is its total square footage of 33,569,560 square feet. But that’s about to change as no area had more square footage under construction at the close of 2018.

Net Lease N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Jimmy Goodman

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Jimmy Goodman, partner at The Boulder Group, a boutique investment real estate service firm specializing in net-lease properties. The firm provides a full range of brokerage, advisory and financing services nationwide to a substantial and diversified client base, which includes hi…

CRE O Indiana

Cautious strength: Indianapolis CRE market set for a strong 2019

| Dan Rafter

Janice Paine isn’t shy about expressing her love for Indianapolis. Paine, senior vice president of brokerage for Central Indiana with Bradley Company, said that this key Midwest city offers plenty to companies: a centralized location, skilled labor force, a pro-business government and low expenses.

CRE N Illinois

Forecasting three corners of commercial real estate for 2019

| Matt Baker

All throughout 2018, the real estate market was once again buoyed by a virile U.S. economy. There may new challenges in 2019 in the forms of rising interest rates, tightening credit and lingering uncertainty over the geopolitical climate, yet many commercial real estate professionals remain bullish on the market going into the new year.

Net Lease N Illinois

Cap rates on the rise for net-leased medical market

| Matt Baker

Medical uses continue to migrate away from their traditional homes on hospital campuses to retail-oriented sites. Even as they are overshadowed by non-investment grade property volume, this “medtail” trend is growing in popularity among investors, sending cap rates up.

Industrial N Illinois

Forecasting the 2019 industrial sector

| Matt Baker

Meteorologists have a thankless job, predicting the weather a few days out and then suffering vitriol when uncalled-for rain spoils what should have been a sunny day. Prognosticating something just as complex, the real estate market and greater economy, is just as tough, let alone looking a year or more ahead.