NOVATO, CA – January 2016 – NAI Northern California announced the sale of 729 Cherry Street in Novato, California.
The property sold for $3,020,000, or about $300 per square foot, a 10% premium over the market rate for the area. The property is located close to Downtown Novato and consists of 15 units, including 2 bed/1 bath and 1 bed/1 bath units. Joby Tapia represented the seller and persevered through two evictions and a fire during escrow. Tapia was able to balance the needs of the seller along with the demands of the buyer to negotiate acceptable reconstruction terms. The diligence and service provided by Tapia salvaged the deal.
Tapia is an accomplished Multifamily Executive with over 16 years of experience managing commercial and multi-family assets, including market rate and rent-controlled properties, for both private and institutional owners in Northern California.
About NAI Northern California
NAI Northern California is full service commercial real estate firm in the San Francisco Bay Area and part of NAI Global, the largest managed network of Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Service firms in the World. Recognized as one of the Top 25 Commercial Real Estate Firms by the East Bay and San Francisco Business Times, NAI Northern California provides comprehensive brokerage, leasing, debt, advisory, and property management services for corporate end users, property owners, developers, investors, and financial institutions.
Almost everyone wants to be healthier and more financially secure. Much of the advice you see is either unsupported or difficult to implement. Here are 5 areas confirmed by virtually all research to be positive, beneficial additions to your life that you can easily embrace right now. It’s worth noting that health always improves your base from which you can work towards financial success and the reverse isn’t often true.
- Start your day at 5:30 am. The statistics are undeniable. This is the right decision. Furthermore, no research supports the common “I’m a night person” statement. Unfortunately, saying “get up early” is as effective as saying, “get a job”. So here’s how to actually do it.
- Step 1: Figure out your personal motivating factors
- Step 2: Visualize value you’ll receive like success & health
- Step 3: Visualize the negatives of late rising like grogginess, running late, wasteful mornings and missed opportunities
- Step 4: Tell friends and family, share this article, and tell them you are committed to this change. This will help your guilt factor. You could also commit to Soul Cycle or another cultish early morning group class.
- Step 5: Practice now (or next time you’re home) by getting in bed with your alarm set for 3 minutes later. Gently but immediately get out of bed. Do this 5-10 times. Seriously. Don’t skip this last step.