Current Events

Brian Fielding Shares Bank Trends for 2015 Commercial Real Estate Investors

Brian Fielding is a professional real estate advisor.

Brian Fielding reveals that trend predictions for the 2015 commercial real estate market are already showing some promising results. Businesses continue to recover from the recession, and are actually starting to grow and expand as the economy recovers and spending increases. Many small businesses are reaching a point where they need to move on from being a home or online business and want a concrete space to fit their growing staff. Additionally, businesses that have one of two locations see the possibility of a number of new spaces. Brian Fielding knows that this is resulting in a demand for commercial spaces and in turn investors will see a drop in vacancies and a higher return on their investment.

These trends for the New Year are certainly making now an appealing time to invest, but Brian Fielding knows that some are held back by the large amount of upfront capital needed to make a commercial real estate purchase. However, banks trends too are becoming more favorable for those who want to purchase commercial properties. Banks are experiencing a decrease in loss rates, as well as a number of realized commercial real estate loans, making these types of loans a wiser choice for banks and allowing individuals a better chance of obtaining these types of loans. Additionally, as banks compete for these clients, Brian Fielding shares that the conditions of these loans will be more favorable.

After years of the recession, the real estate market is truly bouncing back, and now is the opportune time to make a commercial real estate purchase. Commercial real estate is in high demand, and as the economy continues to recover, and more businesses continue to grow and seek new spaces for their companies, real estate investors will see a number of new opportunities to acquire quality clients and see an excellent return in their investment. With the promising trends and expert information on the market from Brian Fielding, feel confident in your commercial real estate investment in 2015.

Read More

Brian Fielding Sheds Light on the Dollar Tree’s Recent Acquisition

Real estate advisor Brian Fielding, provided commentary today on the acquisition of Dollar Tree’s acquisition of Family Dollar. He explained that both companies have been building assets that have been prominent in the net lease market. The merger will not only make Family Dollar’s real estate assets larger than the other major competitor, Dollar General, but one could reasonably expect that the consolidation could result in the closing of less profitable stores. Family Dollar had already announced its intention to close nearly 5% of its existing locations and while Dollar Tree has stated that it will continue to operate FD under its existing name, it is difficult to imagine that DG and FD stores in close proximity will not be consolidated under one of the brand names.

This merger and the previously announced store closings serve as a reminder to the net lease investor that the success of each store individually should be considered when seeking to acquire any asset. For while the corporation will likely stand behind the obligations of the remaining term on existing leases, the investor will not only face the prospect of having a “dark” store, but will likely have many challenges in convincing a replacement tenant that the site is a good one for other businesses.

Brian Fielding suggests that persons new to the real estate investing business follow the progress of Dollar Tree and Family Dollar and the company’s decision to close certain stores and open new ones. The business cycle that follows may be indicative of a trend that will be followed in other retail industries.


Read More
Powered by Totes News Worthy - Enterate Ahora