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Market Pulse: San Francisco, July 2019

Welcome to the first edition of NAI Northern California’s newest feature. We checked the pulse of the San Francisco commercial real estate market to discover the ups and downs of the office, industrial, retail, and multifamily markets.  Each market has four dimensions: current inventory, 12-month net absorption, under construction, and vacancy rate. Check out our July […]

Foreign Investment Rising for Net Lease Assets

Foreign investment in commercial real estate is on the rise due to the search for yield and portfolio diversification, according to the World Property Journal. Globally, investment in net lease properties (office, retail, and industrial) averaged $3 billion per year from 2011 to 2014 and is up to more than $8 billion per year from […]

San Jose and Oakland challenge SF in private equity real estate market

California’s largest cities for real estate investment, San Francisco and Los Angeles, are now being challenged by San Jose and Oakland. California holds almost 20% of the private equity real estate (PERE) in the country and 12% of global PERE assets under management, according to a study by accounting and advisory firm EisnerAmper and Preqin. […]

NAI Northern California sale of 888 Vermont Street featured by Multi-Housing News

NAI Northern California’s sale of the Vermont Apartments in Oakland was featured by Multi-Housing News in a recent article, “Oakland Community Trades in All-Cash Sale.” The article covered how the Mitchell Warren Team of Vice President Tim Warren, Senior Vice President Kent Mitchell, Investment Analyst Alex Lin, and Investment Advisor Randell Silva both represented the seller […]

NAI Northern California Presents: $14 Million Sale of Trophy 44-Unit Project in Oakland, CA

Leader in multifamily, retail, and office investment transactions closes major deal in the heart of Oakland’s Grand Lake neighborhood OAKLAND, CA –  June 27, 2019 –  NAI Northern California is pleased to announce the sale of Vermont Apartments, a 44-unit property constructed in 1968. Tim Warren, Kent Mitchell, Randell Silva, and Alex Lin represented the Seller in the transaction, and […]

How to take advantage of “Opportunity Zones”

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created new rules for “opportunity zones,” underdeveloped neighborhoods, sheltering your investments from federal taxes with minimal limits and employment requirements. You only have a few more months to maximize the benefits of this program: so how does it work? When you sell a property, you can immediately […]

Housing development and building pipeline up to a record high in San Francisco

In San Francisco in 2019 the overall pipeline of housing being developed hit a record 72,865 units, up over 5,050 from Q1 2018. The number of units in developments which are currently under construction and should be ready for occupancy within the next year or two has increased, from 8,100 at the end of last year […]