Boise Valley Commercial Real Estate
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Monday, May 11, 2009
I've walked several industrial and retail properties with potential tenants lately and am reminded each time that these properties have a tad more complexity due to the nature of those leases since they are typically NNN or CAM type leases.
Posted by Scott Nicholson at 5/11/2009 9:31:00 PM
Monday, December 1, 2008
Leasing space, whether that be office, industrial / warehouse, or retail space involves a lot of thought on the part of the tenant. If you're in the retail business, but need some warehousing, you might want to consider "flex" space. If you need a warehouse and are looking for low rent, make sure you don't need 3-phase power. All users have a priority list of needs - whether they've realized it or not. Let's discuss a few of those so your experience will be a tad more enjoyable.
Posted by Scott Nicholson at 12/1/2008 10:42:00 PM
Monday, August 4, 2008
We deal with a lot of people with various levels of experience leasing commercial property. Some people are going out on their own for the first time, others are with an existing company, but may be responsible for the leasing process for their first time, while others have been through the process and are competent in the process. Another factor at work, although rarely discussed, is how to work with commercial real estate agents. We're going to break it down to its essential elements in a series of blogs to help those people who need a little refresher.
Posted by Scott Nicholson at 8/4/2008 2:59:00 PM
Monday, July 21, 2008
People often ask if an owner / landlord would want / be willing to lease a space to them on a short term basis at a low rate. We can always ask an owner / landlord if they are interested in that type of offer, but before you do make that kind of offer, there are some things you should consider.
Posted by Scott Nicholson at 7/21/2008 5:45:00 PM
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
The local market remains somewhat volatile and different market areas & different property types have different responses. Overall, the commercail market remains steady and transactions - at least for us - remain good.
Posted by Scott Nicholson at 6/24/2008 3:58:00 PM
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Boise Valley Commercial Real Estate

Boise has been ranked in too many national surveys to count as on of the best cities in America and it must be true! The growth of the population of Boise has exploded over the last 20 years now and with that kind of growth means everything must grow as well. All those new residents new new homes and additional services. People will start business and new stores come to town. The Boise Valley Commercial Real Estate Business has evolved into a large machine as well. In 2012, Boise saw the 8th street Hole turn into the new Zion Bank Building and Whole Foods as well as the Treasure Valley Market Place began. We saw Big Al's Open up and Dave and Busters in 2013. What is next for Commercial Real Estate in Boise? It is hard to say but there is no end in sight for the growth of Boise and as Boise, Idaho evolves into a major metro bigger businesses will consider opening in this city that is also the state capital.

If you are looking to talk to someone about Boise Commercial Real Estate for office buildings, warehouse site or industrial buildings, we can refer you to some credible commercial real estate agents.

Trey Langford

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