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Mortgage Default Risk Hits Record HIGH

In a disturbing new finding from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), the risk of purchase loan defaults under stressful economic conditions hit an all-time high in April. The "flash release" put out on Monday showed the National Mortgage Risk Index (NMRI), climbed to 11.89 last month, meaning that nearly 12 percent of loans would be at risk of...
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NNN Market Update

As the purchase and sale of single tenant NNN space continues its torrid pace into the first quarter of 2014, the financing for such transactions is also at record production levels. The number of 1031 exchanges has been on the rise over the past few years, and the the NNN space has become a favored place for exchange buyers to park their money due...
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High Turnover in Office Ownership Confirms Growing Strength of Secondary Markets

Last year saw the return of a thriving office investment market, so much so in fact, that several local markets saw significant chunks of their overall stock of buildings change hands in 2013. Analyzing such office inventory turnover can provide a good barometer of where office investment dollars are flowing, and also reveal markets that offer oppo...
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IRS To Converters: Go REIT Ahead!

In the equivalent of an NFL referee throwing a penalty flag and then picking it up and saying "never mind," the IRS has notified three firms seeking to reorganize their real property holdings into new REITs that it will resume working on their conversion requests. The three companies in the process of REIT conversions - Lamar Advertising Co., Iron ...
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What is the Difference Between Class A, B, and C Office Space

When showing office space to tenants, we are often asked questions regarding the classification of the office space. The most often asked question is, " What is the difference between Class A office space, Class B office space and Class C office space?" There is no simple answer because national organizations across the country define it differentl...
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September Sales Tax Revenues Increase 5.8%

Good news for Baton Rouge businesses and residents...according to the Baton Rouge Business Report, sales tax revenues increased 5.8% in the month of September. City and parish sales tax revenues increase 5.8% Sales tax collections in the city and parish, excluding vehicle taxes, rose to $12.8 million in August from $12.1 million a year ago-an incre...
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Louisiana Has Economic Momentum

According to a recent article on the Baton Rouge Business Report's Daily Report, Louisiana is doing better than a majority of the country as it climbs out of the recession. More good news for Louisiana and Baton Rouge! Louisiana compares well to most other states, economic data shows A new index of indicators of state economic momentum shows state ...
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"Positive" Economic Outlook for Baton Rouge, LA

The Business Report's Top 100 Private Luncheon was held earlier this week and we heard good things about the future of Baton Rouge. Jim Richardson and Loren Scott think the Greater Baton Rouge Area will see an increase in jobs over the next two (2) years. Despite the troubling economic news we are bombarded with everyday, it appears good things are...
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Baton Rouge Possesses All Pieces to Puzzle to Make It a Great City

With all the doom and gloom in the American business world, hopeless despair about the economy and the daily volatility in the stock market, it is refreshing to hear someone say something positive about the City of Baton Rouge...a place many of us call home. Baton Rouge has made tremendous strides in the past decade, separating itself from other ci...
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Why Corporate Space Users Are Top Bidders for Distressed Office Properties

As more and more office buildings become available in the market, some owners are finding it difficult to attract tenants. In an effort to dispose of distressed office buildings, some landlords are turning to corporate users in an effort to sell assets. Property owners seeking a buyer to take a distressed office building off their hands should cons...
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