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Springtime CRE sales and leasing activity across the five metro areas (Boulder, Longmont, Loveland, Fort Collins, and Greeley), Showed great diversity and spreads across multiple property types. During May, at-least, the Buyers and Sellers were predominantly Colorado based, except for one mega-sale in Longmont. Activity has been on a strong run in a rolling twelve-month
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While February was relatively quiet (only about 30 sales across the three counties of Boulder, Larimer and Weld), office leasing showed some life. 9,000-14,000 square feet seemed to be the magic size of the significant deals. A downtown Boulder property at 14th and Pearl leased two suites of 10,000 and 9,000 SF. Pearl East business
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Denver investors moved an hour down the Interstate to start the new year’s investment activities in the tri-county Front Range area.  The three-year-old Prospect Station apartments in Fort Collins sold to a Denver investor for $16.5 Million.  The 68-unit complex sold for $243,000 per door at a reported 6% cap rate to the Buyer.  Then,
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California Buyers Rush into NoCO at end of Year

  • January 23, 2018
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California buyers made a splash in our region to close out the year.  Several of the sales were for apartment complexes. Franklin Flats in Greeley was sold by a Colorado based owner to Alta Community Investments out of Thousand Oaks CA for $15.4 Million. That 108-unit project sold at a reported 6.76% cap rate, and
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Making Money in Tri-county CRE

  • December 6, 2017
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Making Money in Tri-county CRE The northern Colorado tri-county region (Larimer, Weld, and Boulder counties), continues to reward property owners with nice gains. November showcased several such transactions. The Arbors at Sweetgrass in Fort Collins returned a gain of over $15 million for the Ohio based Landmark group as it sold the property for $47
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Tri-county NoCO CRE Activity led by Apartment Sales

  • November 22, 2017
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Tri-county NoCO CRE Activity led by Apartment Sales Though Boulder, Larimer and Weld county commercial real estate transaction levels slowed down a bit from the last couple months, investors stay active in the region. Sales activity was led by two larger apartment complex sales. The month ended with the largest deal, as the Uptown Broadway
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Click Here to Download PDF Version Sales Volume is the lowest of any month this year. Overall Vacancy has steadily dropped, now below 5%. Local Investors Drove the Market (but it was subdued) Local Investors contributed to an $87 million trading volume in the tri-county region for September. It tallied up to the lowest sales
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Click Here to Download PDF Version Tri-county area approaching 1 million SF of positive absorption this year. Buyers evenly divided between property classes. All spectrum of properties are selling in equal proportion. Fort Collins leads the way with two large apartment sales Tri-county commercial real estate sales in August featured two large transactions in Fort
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Opportunistic Purchases Highlight July in NoCO CRE

  • August 10, 2017
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Click Here to Download PDF Version Tri-county area approaching 1 million SF of positive absorption this year. Buyers evenly divided between property classes. All spectrum of properties are selling in equal proportion. Opportunistic Purchases Highlight July in NoCO CRE Two major sales in the tri-county region featured opportunism on the purchaser’s behalf. Denver based DPC
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Click Here to Download PDF Version 2017 Sales at same pace as 2016. On our way to $2.5 billion! Absorption year to date on its way to a 3 million SF year. Halfway Through Year, and We Are Halfway To Last Year’s Pace All the construction we’ve seen in the tri-county area is starting to
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Click Here to Download PDF Version Landlords appear to be asking for 3% increases in their rents this year as compared to end of 2016. Tri-County running a pace at 500,000 SF of inventory absorption a quarter. Seemingly, we could support 2 million SF of new construction annually at this rate. $130 Million Of Apartment
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