Friday, August 5, 2011

Commercial Real Esate San Jose

The commercial real estate market in Silicon Valley / San Jose is healthy - in parts.  We at the MPIRES group are working with retail tenants looking for space, office users, landlords leasing commercial properties and investors looking to buy retail, office and multi-family properties.  Overall, the San Jose metro is far healthier than the rest of California or the nation.

In core retail areas with good demographics, retailers are looking to occupy spaces to engage with the household incomes that surround the buildings.  Office users such as the many high tech companies that built the valley are looking to take space for future or immediate expansions.  Companies that support or are off-shoots of the big players (Apple, HP, Cisco, etc) are also looking to take space near their suppliers and customers.

Residential rents are up for a variety of factors (the rash of foreclosures, lack of good first time home buyer financing and an influx of new hires into the area).  This makes valuations on apartment buildings not very attractive to investors.  But they are great cash flow vehicles for the existing landlords.  Though, there are some very good opportunities in single unit rentals up to 4plex properties.

The commercial real estate market in Silicon Valley / San Jose has had its movements over the last few years.  We are here to guide you in whatever goal you want to achieve.

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