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Top Trends for Commercial Real Estate in 2015 Reviewed by Brian Fielding

Posted by on Mar 13, 2015 in Brian Fielding | Comments Off on Top Trends for Commercial Real Estate in 2015 Reviewed by Brian Fielding

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Brian Fielding reveals that in the past years, industrial spaces, especially warehouses, have seen a decrease in demand, but recently they have started to make a comeback

While Brian Fielding knows that commercial real estate is usually a very safe investment choice, especially compared to other typical investment options. He also knows, however, that investors must always take extra steps to ensure that they are on top of the newest trends and information in the market. When investors are well educated, they will be better able to choose the correct properties. Here, Mr. Fielding shares some of the biggest trends that individuals should consider as they invest in properties the coming months so that they may use them to their advantage as they purchase properties.

  • New areas of popularity: Many investors are wanting to branch out and try new areas. These risk-taking investors have, as a result, brought attention to cities that did not have strong commercial real estate markets before. These areas now, however, are now seeing hotter real estate markets, and now is the best time for individuals to purchase properties in these areas so that they have quality properties ready as the demand for such properties increases.
  • Industrial demand: Mr. Fielding reveals that in the past years, industrial spaces, especially warehouses, have seen a decrease in demand, but recently they have started to make a comeback. Many stores need warehouses close by to store their product, so industrial spaces nearby retail spaces are seeing a high demand than some others.
  • Retail space changes: For many who seek retail spaces, Brian Fielding would like to suggest that they examine some of the changing factors for typical retail and mall spaces. Because so many companies are going online, brick and mortar stores in malls are far less common and not in high demand. High-end boutiques and specialty stores, however, still need store fronts to display their pieces. These factors will determine where investors will want to look for retail spaces.
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