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Understanding Types of Commercial Leases

Posted on July 30, 2020

So, you’re ready to take the next step and move your business out of the basement and into a professional office—but what happens next? Acquiring professional space for business purposes is oftentimes a point of confusion when it comes to understanding the required lease agreements. It’s time to dispel the notion that commercial lease agreements […]

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How Much Office Space Do You Really Need?

Posted on May 27, 2020

When it comes to leasing office space for your business, making all the right decisions can be tough. One of the most common questions comes down to the size and space you need to adequately plan for current employees and future growth. The first step is to make an initial assessment of your current space, situation and […]

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The Sublease Conundrum

Posted on May 4, 2020

As office tenants assess the financial implications of COVID-19 on their businesses, many will be making decisions about whether to return space to the market, and if so, how much. Considering the economic challenges, including job losses, wrought by the coronavirus, it may seem likely that the amount of sublease space on the market will […]

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What is a Master Lease Agreement?

Posted on April 23, 2020

A master lease 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 and sublease it for profit. Essentially, master lease agreements allow a lessee to act as a proxy […]

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COVID, real estate perspectives… and working from home

Posted on April 10, 2020

At Newmark, we are dedicated to improving unique insight and analysis for you, particularly during challenging times.  To that end, we have developed the COVID-19 Perspectives website , a compilation of resources designed to assist in your understanding of the impact of the coronavirus on real estate- both locally and globally. I hope you find […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of the Triple Net Lease

Posted on December 16, 2019

A triple net lease, sometimes referred to as an NNN, leaves the tenant responsible for covering the majority of the property’s expenses, on top of the monthly base rent. This includes property taxes, insurance and building maintenance. While the specifics of a triple net lease will vary between properties and agreements, the tenant is typically […]

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Tech Growth and Talent

Posted on December 10, 2019

We recently completed a study of the tech talent in Utah and how the growth and direction of such is influencing Utah’s commercial real estate- especially that of the office world.  Read the report HERE Working and representing groups such as Pluralsight (Utah’s largest publicly-traded company), Boeing, Purple Mattress and other groups that are right in […]

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Q3 2019 National Market Reports

Posted on October 21, 2019

Newmark has just published our National Market Reports for Q3.  Below I’ve provided a quick overview as well as a link to both the office and industrial reports. Next week I’ll provide our local Q3 reports for the state of Utah. Office Market click here: The U.S. office market tightened during the third quarter of […]

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