We recently launched our new property investment analysis tool on our website. The tool is designed to help you calculate some key performance measures to take into consideration while analyzing different real estate investments. The focus here is on actual quantitative numbers and not on potential appreciation. Some of the results that you can calculate with the analysis tool are explained here.
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Triangle Special Properties of Durham, NC is looking for a dynamic individual to join our fast paced Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Team.
We are seeking experienced, multi-disciplinary real estate professionals that desire to be part of building something special. We operate on a different set of guiding principles that allows you to keep more of the money that you earn.
Our brokers enjoy the most competitive splits in the Triangle and unlimited upside potential. You will be afforded ample freedom and flexibility plus team support in your endeavors to expand new business development.
Desired skills and experience that we seek include:
- Powerful but nuanced sales instincts and the ability to “connect the dots”.
- Influential personality traits and the relentless drive to be successful.
- 3 + years’ experience as a salesman/commercial real estate broker.
- A proven record of business development and sales transactions.
Some additional pluses might include:
- Investment and finance background.
- Construction and/or development background.
- A real estate law or legal background.
- CCIM, SIOR or BOMA designation.
- Property management experience.
For a confidential interview contact:
Mark Staples – Executive Director
Triangle Special Properties
1921 North Pointe Drive Suite 290
Durham, NC 27705
Announcing the opening of our new commercial real estate firm headquarters in Durham, NC.
Triangle Special Properties initial office will be located in Durham’s North Pointe Plaza wih Mark Staples as Executive Director and Gabe Gorelick as Senior Vice President.
Within the last decade, North Carolina’s commercial real estate market grown exponentially and we want to provide our expertise to those who are developing the infrastructure needed to keep up with the flourishing economy in the Triangle and beyond. Future offices are planned for Charlotte and Greensboro.
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While there are many naysayers regarding the future of driverless cars, past experience tells us that they will become ubiquitous in the decades to come. Just look at these 3 examples of naysayer predictions and their ultimate outcome. Read more ›
If you are looking for a home, the internet has become a game-changer. People have instant access to websites like Zillow, Trulia and Street Easy as your go-to places to rent, buy and sell properties.
Commercial real estate, and particularly finding office space is a little less straightforward. There is no uncomplicated method to finding the most relevant property listings online, much less trying to find a knowledgeable broker to assist you in the process.
If you’re in the market for office space, here are a few consumer websites that you might consider looking at. Some come more recommended than others. Read more ›
The phrase “We Sell Or Else” was the promise of David Ogilvey, the man who is widely considered the father of the advertising business. Being great admirers of Ogilvey, my team and I have adopted “We Sell or Else” as our daily mantra. Without sales, a real estate broker is reduced to the role of a tour guide, which in itself is an honorable profession, but in our line or work it doesn’t put food on the table or pay our mortgage. We must create opportunities and close transactions…. or move on… Read more ›
When you have found your ideal location for your business and decide to pursue a lease on the space, chances are you’ll be presented with a typed or printed commercial lease prepared either by the landlord or his lawyer. Commercial real estate lease contracts are notoriously complex documents so always remember that negotiating a good or bad lease can often mean the difference between success and failure for your business. Read more ›
It wasn’t that long ago that most people did all of their household shopping in their local stores complete with parking and weather problems, long lines, and wobbly shopping carts. It wasn’t until 1995 that companies like Amazon.com decided to challenge the assumption that brick-and-mortar stores would always dominate retail sales. Consumers gradually became comfortable with the idea that it is OK to provide your credit card and personal information online. In fast-paced world it seems a good trade-off for the convenience and time savings of having products delivered right to your door… Read more ›
Recently, I had my annual meeting with my personal money manager to cover the progress of my retirement accounts. Since I am in the real estate business it is only natural that the subject of REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) would come up. He rattled off a list of names, and since health care is such a dominant industry in the Triangle one REIT in particular caught my eye… Read more ›
Office buildings are generally classified into one of these three categories: Class A, Class B, and Class C. These classifications allow brokers and their clients to more easily characterize and differentiate available office space. Because standards vary by market, there is no exact science to the classification of office buildings. Even though the classifications within the “office” category of Commercial Real Estate are somewhat subjective, there are some basic guidelines that I will provide here… Read more ›