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2019 market for properties with commercial leases looks promising

According to industry experts, the year of 2018 was a great one for the market of non-residential properties. This year should be another great one, too. Therefore, those who are interested in purchasing properties in Los Angeles and elsewhere featuring commercial leases may have a lot to look forward to in the months ahead.

Stock market has bearing on properties with commercial leases

Research shows that December was the hardest month for the United States stock market in the past 10 years. Naturally, many consumers and investors may be wondering how the economy around the globe will fare in 2019. Investors in Los Angeles might also wonder how the market's current situation will impact deals involving properties featuring commercial leases.

New tech to impact transactions involving commercial leases

In the property investing field in Los Angeles and elsewhere, there are plenty of myths and misunderstandings. This is particularly true, considering that the industry has many technology startups poised to drive changes in the industry. Here is a look at a couple of notable myths related to transactions involving buildings featuring commercial leases.

Factors that create vacancies of buildings with commercial leases

Areas of Southern California, including Los Angeles, have experienced nine consecutive years of economic gains. This has sparked a shortage of vacant buildings featuring commercial leases. However, the economy is currently cooling, which means more vacant properties are becoming available for investors to purchase. Here is a glimpse at a handful of situations that can lead to real estate property vacancies.

Some steps may help with buying properties with commercial leases

Purchasing a nonresidential property is not a decision to take lightly. Rather, it requires advanced planning and preparation to yield the best results. Here are a few tips for purchasing properties featuring commercial leases in Los Angeles.

Properties with commercial leases to remain in demand in 2019

The real estate industry remains strong in Los Angeles, leaving many Californian investors feeling excited about staying active -- or becoming active -- in this area. But what will 2019 look like for those interested in investing in buildings featuring commercial leases? Here's a glimpse at commercial real estate investing trends that experts believe will dominate in the new year.

Data center, warehouse buildings with commercial leases in demand

Investors in Los Angeles may currently be wondering what their next moves should be in the property market. The market for buildings featuring commercial leases has been relatively robust overall, but what specific sectors would be wise to focus on as 2019 draws near? Here is a look at a couple of sectors that are showing great promise at the moment.

Tax reform benefits those with properties with commercial leases

With the real estate industry continuing to thrive in Los Angeles and other parts of California, some investors might be wondering what in particular is triggering the growth of the industry. Experts say that tax reform may be a major contributing factor to the increase in transactions involving properties featuring commercial leases. Here is a look at how specifically tax reform is affecting the commercial real estate industry.

Properties with commercial leases experiencing success

New research shows that the nonresidential property industry is on an upswing across the United States. It is therefore keeping pace with the economy at large. In light of the growth taking place in the real estate sector, more investors in Los Angeles and other parts of California might want to seek out properties featuring commercial leases this fall.

More investors may turn to buildings featuring commercial leases

During the past few weeks, the stock market has gone on a wild ride. Naturally, investors in Los Angeles may be on edge as a result. In fact, the volatility of the stock market may spur more investors to devote more of their funds to directly owning real estate, including buildings featuring commercial leases.

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