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Monthly Northern Colorado Talking Points

Still Slow, but Varied Deals Highlight NoCO CRE Closings

Boulder Office VacancyBoulder has managed to remain relatively stable in office vacancy and sublet space.Fort Collins Office SalesFort Collins office sales have greatly slowed this year. The office market future demand structure has been in question during Covid...

Small towns in NoCO hog the headlines for CRE June Activity

2020 NoCO Sales Volume Slowing- Way- Down Sales Now Closing 10% Lower than Asking Price 2020 shows greatest differential in last three years Contact our advisors to see how they can help you with your property Frederick, Milliken, Johnstown, and Windsor got on the...

Despite Slow May, Tri-county NoCOCRE region has Underlying Strength

Tri-County Vacancy Rate Rising since Start of Year The Vacancy rate has crept up to 6% after a year of low to mid 5% rates Sublet Space in Region has Doubled since Last Year Sublet offerings can explain half of the rise in vacancies this year Contact our advisors to...

Talking Points: Significantly Slower Transaction Activity in NoCO CRE

Six Months of Below Average Leasing Activity Almost 50% More Listings on Market Compared to Last Year Contact our advisors to see how they can help you with your property April displayed all the slow down of the general economy in the reduction of transactions in the...

Life Changes As We Know it in #NoCOCRE

Private Owners are SellingPrivate owners have been net sellers so far this year. They have sold almost $200 million more than they have bought as a class of property owner. Either it was a sign of locking in gains, or exiting while the market still had demand and...

All Property Types are in demand in our tri-county NoCO region!

Market Cap Rates at 10-year LowProjects Under Construction at 10-year LowOverall availability of space always runs a few points higher than vacancy, as certain tenants are planning to vacate, but still occupy the space. In our market this appears to be 2-3% higher...