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TCN Worldwide Market Minutes Podcast
Your source for boots-on-the-ground local commercial real estate market knowledge.
Jul 8, 2021
Ep. 013 Paul Hendershot: Commercial Real Estate National Mid-Year Economic Forecast
In this special episode, we talk with Paul Hendershot, Senior Director of Market Analytics at CoStar who delivers a comprehensive mid-year economic update and forecast for the commercial real estate industry. He provides a broad perspective on the national recovery; where we've been, how the first half of 2021 is shaping up and what's in the forecast for the 2nd half of the year. In today's episode, Paul focuses on three asset classes (office, industrial, and retail) and shares his insights on what's going on in the national economy. Key Discussion Points [00:17] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [02:18] The economy is turning a corner [02:53] Employement outlook [04:20] eCommerce outlook [05:16] U.S. office market outlook [07:26] Sublease space outlook [10:42] Industrial market outlook [14:38] Retail market outlook [17:01] Summary of economic outlook
Jun 1, 2021
Ep. 012 Grant Pruitt: Dallas-Fort Worth Office Market Outlook
Today we talk with Grant Pruitt, President & Co-Founder, Whitebox Real Estate in Dallas, TX about what he's seeing within the DFW office market and how it compares to other markets as people return to the office. In this episode, Grant discusses the DFW office market and why he's bullish on the office sector as we come out of the pandemic and in the years ahead. Key Discussion Points [00:17] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [00:29] About our guest, Grant Pruitt [03:05] What do you see happening to the office market? [16:50] What is the 3-2-2 work week? And what might this mean for commercial real estate? [20:05] Are you seeing companies change their configuration? For example, implementing any social distancing, plexiglass, or other measures? [21:51] Focusing on the Dallas area, is the Central Business District (CBD) coming back? And what sub-markets are working for you? [28:09] What's going on with the distressed investors in the Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) market? [29:38] What is your outlook on the Dallas market over the next 12-24 months? [41:22] Do you have any other concerns as it relates to the DFW market? [43:16] How can folks get in contact with you?
Apr 20, 2021
Ep. 011 Tim Mitchell: Portland Market Overview and the Booming Multi-Family Investment Sales Market in Oregon
The multi-family investment sales market is booming in Oregon, and especially in Portland where Norris & Stevens/TCN Worldwide, the largest privately held full-service commercial real estate firm in the Portland market, has been in business since 1966. Tim Mitchell, President of Norris & Stevens, discusses some of the benefits of TCN Worldwide membership, where they've been a member for 30 years; the state of downtown Portland after a turbulent 2020 and where it is heading moving forward; the various asset classes; statewide rent control; cap rates; bullish submarkets and much more...
Feb 2, 2021
Ep. 010 Mark Dotzour: Economic Outlook for Commercial Real Estate in the New Year
We are proud to present this special TCN Worldwide podcast featuring Dr. Mark Dotzour, a frequent participant at TCN conferences and one of the truly ‘entertaining economists’ to provide an economic update and forecast for TCN members as well as their clients, prospects, friends, and family. Some of the topics Dr. Mark Dotzour discusses are: * Will the recovery be quick or prolonged? * What is the outlook for inflation in 2021 and beyond? * What is the outlook for borrowing rates? * What is the outlook for cap rates? * What is the outlook for investor demand for US commercial real estate? Key Discussion Points [00:17] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [00:38] About our guest, Mark Dotzour [01:40] What will the economic recovery look like? V shape? L shape? [02:53] What is the outlook for prices and cap rates for high level properties? [04:38] The hotel business is a real good opportunity right now [05:06] The outlook on Office is somewhat uncertain at this time [06:22] Bullish on American Commercial Real estate - money is flowing into commercial real estate in a big way [07:40] Single Family market is "on fire" fueled by low interest rates [09:00] Outlook on interest rates and inflation [11:24] Q&A Session
Nov 18, 2020
Ep. 009 Steven Rosansky: 1031 Exchange and its Importance for Real Estate Investors
Today we talk about 1031 Exchanges with Steven Rosansky, attorney and Senior Director of Exchanges for Peak 1031 Exchange, Inc. A 1031 exchange is important to real estate investors as, basically, it allows capital gains taxes to be deferred when swapping one investment property for another. Steven is considered one of the premiere authorities in the 1031 exchange arena, and he walks us through the history of 1031, why it's so important in real estate investing, the pitfalls to avoid, and how to deal with a partnership where individuals want to go in separate directions. Key Discussion Points [00:17] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [00:38] About our guest, Steven Rosansky [01:49] How did you get into this line of work? [02:25] Give us an overview of the history of 1031 and why it's important in real estate investing [11:59] What are some things investors might do to disallow their 1031 exchange from happening? [18:56] Help clear up the controversy over who can and cannot be a qualified intermediary [26:02] What if multiple individuals have a partnership but end up wanting to go in separate directions? [35:18] Discuss some of the legislative things that have come up to modify or eliminate the 1031 [38:46] How can folks get in contact with you?
Oct 13, 2020
Ep. 008 Derek Waltchack: The Death of Retail Has Been Greatly Exaggerated
Today we talk with Derek Waltchack, partner at Shannon Waltchack, about his personal perspective on the retail market in the southeast. While many investors steer clear of retail, especially when retail assets like malls are not doing so well, Derek embraces it and is doing quite well. Key Discussion Points [00:17] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [00:34] About our guest, Derek Waltchack [01:14] Tell us about your firm, what you're working on, and how you ended up there [03:38] Tell us about Convenience Retail and why you are bullish on that [07:25] Is there certain tenancy and co-tenancy situations you feel more strongly about than others? [10:47] Give us an overview of the markets you are participating in within the southeast [13:08] What Cap Rates are you seeing? [18:55] Where do you think the market is headed? [24:06] Tell us about your new podcast show, Broker Lord [28:11] How can folks get in contact with you?
Aug 13, 2020
Ep. 007 Luke Timmis: Reasons Why Businesses Will Utilize Sale-Leasebacks to Battle COVID Cash Crunch
Today we talk with Luke Timmis of Signature Associates about sale-leasebacks and how they can be attractive as an alternative method of raising capital. Companies with high-cost fixed assets like property, land, or large expensive equipment find this option advantageous, as they can sell their expensive assets or equipment to a buyer and the buyer can then immediately lease those assets or equipment back to the original owner - thus freeing up cash to the original owner. Key Discussion Points [00:00] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [00:32] About our guest, Luke Timmis [01:28] Why would a coroporation be interested in selling their underlying real estate? [03:38 What type of company might be interested in doing a sale-leaseback? [07:49] What type of company are you trying to go after that you think would be the best fit for a sale-leaseback [09:39] What are the tax implications of a sale-leaseback? [14:47] Tell us more about the structure of these leasebacks [16:05] How do you reconcile the gap between the market and the seller who might be a little unrealistic? [20:04] How can folks get in contact with you? [20:46] Tell us about your brokerage firm's (Signature Associates) coverage area and what other asset classes does it engage in?
Jul 1, 2020
Ep. 006 Bill Sitar: COVID19 Effect on the Industrial Real Estate Market
Today we talk with Bill Sitar Jr., EVP of Sitar Realty Company, about how the COVID pandemic is affecting the industrial real estate market — particularly in New Jersey. While COVID is having a negative effect on many asset classes, it doesn't seem to be affecting industrial that much. For example, in New Jersey, the demand to purchase warehouse buildings seems insatiable and it's hard to find product and keep product when you have it for sale, and in many cases warehouse buildings are priced higher than office buildings. Bill thinks that for the foreseeable future, the demand will remain strong for industrial real estate.
May 4, 2020
Ep. 005 Ben Azulay: Confronting Commercial Real Estate Issues during the COVID Crisis
In this special episode we continue covering issues in commercial real estate and ideas to help guide you through the current COVID crisis. Today we talk with Ben Azulay, principal and executive managing director with Bradford Allen, about such topics as rent deferment and abatement, Blend & Extend options to help landlords and tenants, and dealing with the realities of office space planning given the uncertainty of this COVID pandemic.
Apr 10, 2020
Ep. 004 Jon Rosenberg: COVID Crisis - Where Do We Go from Here with Your Commercial Real Estate Deal?
In this special episode we talk with Jon Rosenberg, managing partner and co-founder of Levrose Commercial Real Estate, about guidance and advice for buyers, sellers, tenants, and landlords dealing with real estate issues they are facing during this COVID pandemic. For example, a lot of sellers are somewhat hesitant right now to market their properties. Jon's recommendation is for them to continue to market their properties unless they think there's going to be a significant change in their rent roll, in which case wait until some of this washes out and then put it back on market (most likely at a lower price). Another thing to consider is that there is potentially a lot more buyers now that are able to look that weren't able to look previously because of time constraints. Jon also recommends having an open line of communication with your broker. The one thing Jon has seen at his firm and at firms through TCN is that these firms have become outstanding advisors, and they'll give the honest truth. The bottom line is that every situation is different, and firms like Jon's can help provide advice and guidance depending on your individual circumstances.
Apr 6, 2020
Ep. 003 Hans Hansson: Advice for Tenants during the COVID-19 Pandemic
During this Coronavirus pandemic, many tenants are having issues paying rent and handling employees. Today we talk with Hans Hansson, President of Starboard Commercial Real Estate in San Francisco, who shares a list of valuable tips and information that can help tenants, such as being transparent with your landlord about your situation as well as loan assistant programs and how the $2M COVID stimuls package can help.
Mar 26, 2020
Ep. 002 David Wallach: Calgary Real Estate Market
Today we talked with David Wallach of Barclay Street Real Estate in Calgary, Canada. David gives an overview of the Calgary real estate market as well as discussion on cap rates, asset classes, and his forecast on where he sees the Calgary market going in the next 12 months. David also discusses his firm's partnership with TCN Worldwide and how that partnership has helped Barclay Street expand their reach to service their customers on a local and international level through a network of over 1200 commercial real estate firms. Key Discussion Points [00:18] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [00:36] Overview of what's going on in the Calgary real estate market [02:39] What asset classes does Barclay Street Real Estate focus on? [03:18] Tell us about where cap rates and asset classes are headed in Calgary [05:01] Is financing primarily coming from banks, insurance companies in the market, or financial institutions? [06:25] Can you give us another couple of p…
Feb 19, 2020
Ep. 001 Ross Ford: First TCN Worldwide Market Minutes Podcast
Welcome to the very first TCN Worldwide Market Minutes podcast! Our host is Eric Odum, and today he is joined by Ross Ford, CEO of TCN Worldwide. Together, Eric and Ross discuss this new podcast endeavor including why they are doing it, what topics they plan on covering, and how it will add value for the listeners. TCN Worldwide understands that real estate is a very local business, so they wanted to create a podcast format that allowed the public to get access to unique knowledge and experience that these locally owned and focused commercial real estate firms can bring to the table. Key Discussion Points [00:44] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [02:26] Discussion about why this podcast was started [07:45] How frequently will the podcasts be released? [08:37] Closing remarks by Ross Ford [09:13] Closing remarks by Eric Odum