International Buyers to Prop Up Florida Real Estate Market?

Florida Real Estate: Tales of Its Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated Comment:  In a recent interview, Steve Hagenbuckle, Managing Director of TerraCap Partners states that Florida real estate, one of the hardest hit markets in the country will be one of the first to emerge.  Foreign buyers from Germany, Canada, UK and China, among a […]

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Single-Tenant Net Lease Gaining Market Share

Excerpt from GlobeStreet.com (click for full article): “Volume of single-tenant property sales has declined, to be sure; RCA reports $3 billion of single-tenant properties changing hands during the first half of this year, which equates to a 60% drop from the same period last year. For retail and industrial properties, transactions are down 70%; for […]

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Commercial Building Activity – Hillsborough County – Q2, 2009

Summary: Commercial construction starts fell 22.9% for the second quarter of 2009 to 84 from 109 in the same quarter 2008.  Value of permits plummeted 58.5% to $68,122,000.  Of the top 10 permits pulled by value, 3 were medical facilities, 2 were churches, and the remainder a mixed assortment of other property types, including an […]

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The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort to Shutter

Sadly, one of the area’s most famous resort landmarks is set to close its doors.  Having grown up playing tennis in the area, my family and I were well acquainted with the resort, which was home to many of the top young tennis players in the world in the 70’s and 80’s.   Budding talent from the […]

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News of Blockbuster Store Closures – Time to Reflect

News hit the streets this afternoon that Blockbuster may close as many as 960 stores by the end of next year.  The fact that the chain is struggling and management plans on shutting stores should not be terribly surprising to anyone.  Netflix, Redbox kiosks, and Internet downloads have all cut in to Blockbuster’s market share. […]

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Chicago-based Corus Bank is the Latest to Go Down

Commentary: This is a blog on Florida and Tampa Area commercial real estate.  Why do we care about a Chicago bank?  Well, Corus had funded numerous area developments, including “Element,” in downtown Tampa, Centergate Lansbrook Village, Palm Harbor (Pinellas County), and Tuscany at International Plaza, Tampa, among others. Corus was the 90th bank to fail […]

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Sheila Bair of FDIC on Commercial RE Loans

“We saw a few glimmers of hope with credit losses, though it is still too early to tell” “CRE is a looming problem and will be a bigger driver of bank failures….Residential is still a bigger issue, but commercial is catching up and I do think it will be a bigger driver of bank losses […]

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Retail Properties for Rent in Tampa

This video is of 3 retail properties for rent in Tampa Florida.  Our client is a national retailer and we produced this video so they that can view preview the commercial properties for rent and narrow down the targets before they travel to Tampa for site selection.  We are not the listing agent.  We solely […]

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Badcock Home Furnishings – 9.5% CAP Opportunity

Triple Net (NNN) Property Hudson, Florida on State Road 52 10 Year Lease Sale-Leaseback Investment Property for Sale Click here for more information about Sale-Leasebacks, or here Marketing Materials for Badcock 9.5% CAP Contact us at 813.514.1070 for more information on Sales and Leasing Commercial Property in Greater Tampa Area

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