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Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Services
H5 Commercial Realty Advisors isn’t just about property types. It’s also about specialized commercial buyer, seller and tenant client services. H5 Commercial Realty Advisors has many years of experience in these services in the San Antonio real estate market.
|Sales and Leasing||Tenant Representation|
Managing retail and commercial real estate with multiple tenants is one of our specialties. Let H5 Commercial Realty Advisors help you as an owner to keep your properties fully–occupied and to sell them when your business plans dictate.
Businesses that lease commercial space have special needs and highly focused requirements. We’ve been representing commercial tenants for many years in the San Antonio real estate markets, and can help commercial tenants in locating space and realizing its highest and best use.
|Property Management||Project Management|
We relish the hundreds of details that enter into working with owners and tenants as a property management resource. Commercial real estate property management expertise is something we’re known for and we get a lot of our business through referrals from happy customers.
Whether it’s development of raw land, new construction of commercial or industrial space, or renovation of commercial and manufacturing facilities, H5 Commercial Realty Advisors is your premier project management resource in the San Antonio real estate market.
|Investment Analysis||Retail Services|
Sellers of commercial properties need a real estate brokerage that understands the many considerations and calculations that enter into analyzing a property for investment potential. That’s the only way to properly market it. Buyers need the same knowledge and expertise in evaluating properties to make certain that they’re getting precisely the right commercial real estate for their needs. We’re the best at what we do, so give us a call.
The retail business requires a lot of dedication to customer service to be successful. H5 Commercial Realty Advisors realizes that we must provide a similar high level of customer service to retail businesses to support their customers’ experience. We are there to provide maintenance, marketing and facility services to promote retail success.
|Commercial real estate brokerage requires a higher level of real estate knowledge and experience, and we deliver that experience to our clients daily. Give us a call at 210-679-4777, or email us so we can get started in serving your needs.|
Latest Real Estate News
It's time to update those contact managers with CoStar's People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week's issue includes the following markets: Orange County, Greater Toronto Area, Chicago, Vancouver/Calgary, South Florida, New York City, San Francisco, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Northern New Jersey and more!
Colliers Names New Head of US Brokerage Ops
By Randyl Drummer...
Colliers International has quietly promoted one of its senior managers to president of its U.S. brokerage operations.
Martin Pupil, who previously served as president of the Colliers West Region, was promoted this week to the top position of president of U.S. brokerage for the global commercial real estate services company.
Pupil, currently based in the company’s Orange County offices in Irvine, CA, previously served as executive vice president...
Seeking to Own 'Last Mile' to Consumers, Amazon Puts Ramped Up Distribution Network to Test as U.S Online Sales Shatter Records01 Dec 2016 07:12:13
It's no coincidence that this week's Cyber Monday, now officially the biggest single sales day in e-commerce history, follows the largest roll out of regional fulfillment centers since 2012 by the dominant online retailer, Amazon.com, with 26 warehouses added to the giant internet seller's global distribution network since Sept. 30 alone.
U.S. online shoppers spent a reported $3.45 billion Monday, according to Adobe Digital Insights, on top of...
Call it an early Christmas present for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholders. President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Treasury Department, Steven Mnuchin, in his first interview since his announced appointment said the two housing finance agencies should not be under government control and added that the Trump administration would make it a priority and get it done reasonably quickly.
Fannie Mae shares jumped $1.25 per share to $4...
While investors continue to pay top dollar for high quality commercial property, stock prices in the REIT sector have been decreasing fairly steadily since midyear, further widening the gap between lower REIT market values and higher net asset values.
That gap has prompted renewed speculation among investors over the prospect for increased REIT mergers or buyouts by big private equity players. Last month's merger agreement between Regency Centers...
Playing the Numbers: Institutional, Foreign Buyers Continue Rolling Up Senior Health Care Properties30 Nov 2016 11:17:47
Noting that the U.S. population cohort aged 65 or older is expected to double in size by 2050, a host of institutional and overseas investors continue to sink large sums into the senior health care property sector.
Most recently, Arcapita, a Bahrain-based global investment management firm, acquired a privately-held portfolio of three senior living communities for $110 million in the metropolitan areas located near Washington D.C. (one property)...
Perhaps sensing a peak in the multifamily finance market, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), which oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two major sources of financing for apartment building owners and developers, announced it plans to keep the current multifamily lending caps for the two government sponsored enterprises in place next year at a cap of $36.5 billion each.
Both GSEs are still about $10 billion shy of reaching their in...
Commercial property pricing continued to post steady gains during October as higher sale prices in second- and third-tier U.S. markets offsett slowing price gains at the top end of the market, according to the latest release of the CoStar Commercial Repeat-Sale Indices (CCRSI).
The value-weighted U.S. Composite Index, influenced by higher-value trades, was flat in October from the previous month but has advanced 8.2% in the last 12 months from...
In one of the largest real estate financing transactions since the Great Recession, a partnership headed by privately held General Investment & Development Cos. (GID) closed $2.4 billion in debt and equity financing for the construction of Waterline Square, a three-building, 1,132-unit residential mega development on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
The development, located on Riverside Boulevard and formerly known as Riverside Center, covers nearly...
Online retailer Amazon.com has signed a long-term lease for 381,491 square feet at the in-development Midtown21 office building at 1007 Stewart St. in Seattle, WA.
Trammel Crow Company (TCC) is developing the 21-story office tower to LEED Gold standards, with an anticipated delivery date in December 2016. Midtown21 is located on Stewart St., the primary route into the city from southbound I-5 and eastbound SR-520. The site features access to...
CBRE Global Investment Partners (GIP) has acquired a 45% stake in a nearly 7 million-square-foot portfolio of retail properties located in 12 West Coast markets from majority owner Merlone Geier Partners (MGP), a privately held real estate investment company.
GIP said the investment gives the portfolio of 55 neighborhood, community and power centers a $1.5 billion market valuation. The retail centers are concentrated in the Southern California...
In a decision with potentially far-reaching impact on how commercial and residential real estate brokerages do business, the California Supreme Court on Monday upheld a lower court ruling that a listing broker had a fiduciary responsibility to both the buyer and the seller in a "dual agency" transaction involving the 2007 sale of a Los Angeles home.
The case, Horiike v. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Co., involved a dispute over the purported...
Teen apparel purveyor Abercrombie & Fitch reported an 81% decline in profit for the third quarter of 2016 and announced plans to close another 35 U.S. stores mostly through lease expirations by the end of the year as it wages an aggressive turnaround strategy trying to restore the cachet of its brand among teen shoppers.
Last Friday, Abercrombie (NYSE:ANF) reported net income of $7.88 million, or 12 cents per share, down more than 80% from about...