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August 2015 Archives

Commercial property market slowing down

California commercial property brokers may have seen the recent report that indicates that the commercial property market's profits are now slowing across the nation. According to Bloomberg, the loss in profits may lead some owners to lease instead of selling the buildings they own.

Analysts worried about hot commercial real estate market

California investors may be interested to learn that the commercial real estate market is so hot in many areas of the world that experts are concerned about a possible bubble. Analysts say that the conditions are similar to the mid-2000s boom that crashed the real estate market.

Big data and commercial real estate

Entrepreneurs and investors in California may benefit from understanding more about how big data is changing the commercial real estate market. The recent advances with these applications has made critical aspects of the real estate industry less expensive, including assessing property damage, matching clients with the right properties and responding to a prospect's concerns. Generally speaking, commercial real estate has become more transparent because of big data.

California contributes to healthy commercial real estate market

A list of the six largest commercial real estate markets by volume during the first six months of 2015 features two California cities. The list was compiled by Real Capital Analytics. Los Angeles and San Francisco were joined on the list by New York, Chicago, Atlanta and Dallas. According to data provided by the commercial property information service, commercial real estate such as office buildings, shopping malls, retail stores and warehouses are selling at a pace not seen since before the financial crisis.

Dismissal of lawsuit against Facebook upheld

California social media users who have been following the shareholder lawsuit against Facebook may have heard that its dismissal was recently upheld on appeal. The 3-0 decision was handed down on July 24 by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, affirming the February 2013 ruling by a federal judge in New York.

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