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Self Storage Investment Property Cap Rates

Determining Self Storage Cap Rates in New Markets
As we’ve been told time and time again, if you remember nothing else, remember the lower the cap rate, the higher the value. And value, found by dividing your NOI by capitalization rate, is another important factor. However, why is it that some investments offer higher yields than others? And some sell much lower? What is the determining factor? And more importantly, who is the one to decide? Unfortunately though, there is not one simple answer. Factors such as differences between buyers, sellers, …

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Triple Net Lease Office Buildings Attract Real Estate Investors

When considering the purchase of triple net lease investment properties, many types of real estate purchases will fit with a NNN lease structure.  Depending on the investor’s goal however, some types may be better suited to meet those needs, however the most common types of properties are office buildings, retail properties, and industrial facilities.
Below we explore the most common types of office properties the investor may choose, to achieve the best return on investment from triple net lease agreements.
Office buildings and complexes may house almost any type and size tenant, and …

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West Loop Office Space

West Loop Office Space 
If you have a small business or need a private office space we have some unique options in Chicago’s West Loop. Located on the ground floor of a vintage 1890 Victorian Building these private and shared office space’s make for an affordable options.
Our West Loop Loft office spaces have exposed brick, high timber ceilings and unique character. Perfect set up for consultants, web designers, sales associates and other professionals. The flexible lease terms offered in our West Loop Offices also allow for month to month leases adding to your …

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The John Hancock Building Architect

Bruce Graham, the iconic architect of the Willis Tower, once the world’s tallest building, and the John Hancock Center, the X-braced giant that became a symbol of Chicago’s industrial might, passed on Saturday March 6, 2010 at his home about 100 miles north of Miami. In his later years he made his home  in a low-slung modern house, set on stilts, in the Florida town of Hobe Sound. Marshes, pines and palmettos made up his “front yard.” but his work forever shapes the skyline of the city of big shoulders …