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The Future of Commercial Real Estate

Posted on February 14, 2022

Over nearly the past two years, the world has changed. As the COVID-19 pandemic sent millions of workers home, owners of commercial real estate work have had to deal with the fallout. And many wonder what the future holds. Will working from home become the norm or will employers welcome their employees back into shared […]


How Do Commercial Loans Work?

Posted on October 8, 2021

Whether you’re ready to expand your current business operations, move locations or simply renovate the building you already occupy, finding the correct financing is essential. As a small business owner, you know how important it is to be financially smart, especially when it comes to debt. That’s why commercial real estate loans are the best […]


What is a Letter of Intent in Commercial Real Estate?

Posted on March 25, 2021

The commercial real estate (CRE) world is full of intimidating and confusing terms and their similarly perplexing acronyms. From NOI and EBIT to USF and RSF, the industry jargon is enough to make your head spin. But there’s one term and acronym that’s truly important to understand: letter of intent (LOI). What is a Letter […]


How is Commercial Rent Calculated?

Posted on October 27, 2020

Has your small business outgrown the basement? Are you ready to expand into a commercial real estate (CRE) property? Whether you’re a new hopeful or a seasoned entrepreneur, securing a new location for your company is an exciting experience. But understanding the common ways commercial real estate rent is calculated is important to protect your […]


What is a Master Lease Agreement?

Posted on April 23, 2020

A master leasing agreement provides an avenue to invest in commercial real estate without tens of thousands in the bank for a down payment or millions in net worth. These agreements allow a lessee to rent a property, purchase the property and sublease it for profit. Essentially, master lease agreements allow a lessee to act […]


COVID and its effect on commercial RE

Posted on March 24, 2020

Friends and Clients- What a wild time we’re currently experiencing.  The human toll of COVID-19 and the spread of the coronavirus is the world’s greatest concern today.  As we at Newmark Knight Frank isolate ourselves physically and care for our families, we remain committed to providing not only with the latest market information but also […]


2019 Yearend Utah Market Report

Posted on January 30, 2020

Hard to believe another year is behind us!  2020 promises to be a very interesting year with a presidential election and growing economy- many of which are suggesting is due for a slowdown… though others argue such sentiments are simply self-fulfilling prophecies. CLICK HERE FOR REPORT Either way, data never lies.  I’m happy to present […]


Seven Common Commercial Real Estate Terms

Posted on October 17, 2019

From a business owner looking to purchase a building to someone who has come across some extra money and is looking for an investment, seven terms are especially important to understand when considering entering the world of commercial real estate. These terms are common in conversation, blog articles and in contracts, which can be long, […]


The Three Most Common Commercial Real Estate Leases

Posted on July 29, 2019

Commercial real estate leases come in different shapes and sizes. It’s crucial for a tenant to understand the costs included in a contract and what expenses are not covered. Why? Because some common leases exclude certain expenses. These expenditures can be wide-ranging—from property insurance to janitorial services, and beyond. So, the total cost of renting […]


The Seven Types of Commercial Real Estate

Posted on June 26, 2019

WHAT IS COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE? You probably have a good idea of what defines commercial real estate (CRE)—it’s real estate used for commercial purposes, right? The official definition of CRE is any property used for business purposes or to provide a workspace rather than a living space. Put simply, CRE is any property held to […]