Tech Fiesta 2014 – ABQ
Todd Clarke @ September 5, 2014 # Comments Off on Tech Fiesta 2014 – ABQ
Come listen to the latest trends in recruiting millennials with housing to our market. Guest Speakers: Todd Clarke CCIM and Dale Dekker http://www.techfiestaabq.com/
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State of the apartment market – 2014
Todd Clarke @ August 20, 2014 # Comments Off on State of the apartment market – 2014
Thanks to the and the for hosting this mornings Apartment market outlook. AANM-ULI-IREM-DAT-ApartmentMarketOutlook-08202014-v4
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Santa Fe Course – 7/18/2014
Todd Clarke @ July 18, 2014 # Comments Off on Santa Fe Course – 7/18/2014
The following are links and documents from todays presentation. Complete the 2014 ULI Value / CAP rate survey here Prezi from today – Ethical use of social networking Prezi-CCA-EthicalUseofSocialMedia-072014 List of iOS apps – click here Today’s powerpoint presentation can be found by clicking here- SantaFe-Tech-SocialNetworkingWebinar-07182014-v5 CCIM 2013 annual seminar – 97 apps in 90 […]
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ULI NM – 2013 Commercial Real Estate Value Survey
Todd Clarke @ August 28, 2013 # Comments Off on ULI NM – 2013 Commercial Real Estate Value Survey
The NM Chapter of the Urban Land Institute released its 2013 Commercial Real Estate and Value survey last week at the joint Apartment Association of NM and Urban Land Institute Market forum luncheon. Previous value and cap rate surveys performed by Cantera Consultants & Advisors Inc. can be found here for 2011 and here for […]
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Presentations from Oregeon Association of Realtors Commercial Summit
Todd Clarke @ October 26, 2012 # Comments Off on Presentations from Oregeon Association of Realtors Commercial Summit
Thanks to the Oregon Association of Realtors for hosting Views from the future of commercial real estate.”” PDFs of the presentations can be found here Introduction – Todd Clarke CCIM – OAR-Intro-ViewsfromtheFrontier-10222012-v4 Office – Patricia Lynn CCIM NotesfromtheEdge Office-PatriciaLynn6c Industrial – Sam Foster CCIM ViewsFromTheEdge-Industrial-SamFoster-v04302012-v2dtc Residential/Multifamily – Todd Clarke CCIM – ViewsFromTheEdge-Residential-ToddClarke-v10252012-v6dtc Latest and greatest […]
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Course: Ethical use of Social Networking and today’s latest technology
Todd Clarke @ June 10, 2012 # Comments Off on Course: Ethical use of Social Networking and today’s latest technology
This day long course covers the ins/outs of navigating the social networking minefield as well as the latest in technology and how to use it to make you more efficient in your daily work. Learn how to: – Develop a social networking policy for you and your agents – Determine which social networking tools will […]
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Aerotropolis interview now available on video
Todd Clarke @ December 12, 2011 # Comments Off on Aerotropolis interview now available on video
CCIM has just released the video interview with Greg Lindsay, author of Aerotropolis: The way we will live next from the CCIM Live 2011 conference held in Phoenix last month. Earlier this year I wrote my review of this fabulous book which can be read here. Greg’s powerpoint webinar from August 2011 is available at […]
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Valuation survey for NM Commercial Real estate released.
Todd Clarke @ October 16, 2011 # Comments Off on Valuation survey for NM Commercial Real estate released.
Cantera Consultants & Advisors has just released its 2011 value survey for NM Commercial Real Estate. The survey reflects the collective wisdom of industry professionals in NM. Although Cantera uses the survey primarily for the benefit of it’s during property tax protest hearings, the survey has become staple in the commercial real estate market and […]
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CCIM Live update – Aerotropolis webinar now online!
Todd Clarke @ August 25, 2011 # Comments Off on CCIM Live update – Aerotropolis webinar now online!
Last week I had the pleasure of introducing and interviewing Greg Lindsay, author of Aerotropolis. CCIM has just posted his webinar live.
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Book review: Best read for 2011: Aerotropolis
Todd Clarke @ July 31, 2011 # Comments Off on Book review: Best read for 2011: Aerotropolis
Aerotropolis, the way we’ll live next Authors: Greg Lindsay & John D. Kasarda, Publishing Info: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Nonfiction, First edition published March 1st, 2011 As an international instructor for the CCIM institute I discovered that the book, Aerotropolis: the way we’ll live next dovetails nicely with what the just-in-time delivery model as a […]
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Apartments become more expensive
Todd Clarke @ June 5, 2011 # Comments Off on Apartments become more expensive
Thanks to Melissa Montoya for covering the latest in apartment trends on KOAT TV 7.
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More bricks and mortar fall to clicks
Todd Clarke @ February 12, 2011 # Comments Off on More bricks and mortar fall to clicks
In a Wall Street Journal article dated today, Borders Group has indicated that they are making preperations to file bankruptcy in the forthcoming days. Similar to the fallout of music stores after iTunes, Amazon website and digital readers has encouraged many readers to abandon physical stores. Companies that have figured out how to the digital […]
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770 KKOB Radio update – 11/29/2010 – Forecasting real estate in 2011
Todd Clarke @ November 29, 2010 # Comments Off on 770 KKOB Radio update – 11/29/2010 – Forecasting real estate in 2011
Bob: what do you have for us today Todd Todd: Good morning Bob! It’s hard to believe the holidays are already upon us and before you know it the end of the year will be here. As that time approaches, many of our customers wonder what 2011 will hold for the real estate industry and […]
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NM Commercial Real Estate Value Survey
Todd Clarke @ September 13, 2010 # Comments Off on NM Commercial Real Estate Value Survey
Cantera Consultants & Advisors has just released the results from our latest valuation survey. This survey was performed over the summer of 2010 with real estate owners, investors, lenders, brokers and appraisers. The attached document demonstrates the changes in CAP rates and values from 2005 to 2010. Click here for the survey results and a […]
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A possible solution for all the commercial real estate debt that is coming due?
Todd Clarke @ November 16, 2009 # Comments Off on A possible solution for all the commercial real estate debt that is coming due?
Reading this article at the Economist got me thinking… What if borrowed and lenders had a prenegotiated arrangement that converted debt into equity a commercial real estate deal? I don’t mean like todays, expensive involuntary conversion that happens through foreclosure, but a more organized rational, prenegotiated, pre-nupital like document that said something like “in the […]
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Thanks to everyone who attended yesterday’s technology lunch and learn
Todd Clarke @ November 12, 2009 # Comments Off on Thanks to everyone who attended yesterday’s technology lunch and learn
In less than 90 minutes, we covered technology and how to best make it work for the commercial Realtor. Everything from making presentations using your iphone and a portable projector, how to find a $200 netbook, take your office into the digital era by going paperless to the best tech tools to travel with.
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Albuquerque’s housing market continues to improve while USA shows decrease
Todd Clarke @ November 11, 2009 # Comments Off on Albuquerque’s housing market continues to improve while USA shows decrease
According to a story in today’s Albuquerque Journal, 80% of this country’s cities showed a decrease in home sales prices, but Albuquerque remained on an modest upward trend. “Third-quarter data showed the median sale price in the Albuquerque metro area was $183,500 — up from the first and second quarters — but down about 5 […]
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Now this is my kind of apartment
Todd Clarke @ August 19, 2009 # Comments Off on Now this is my kind of apartment
from the Cool Hunter website comes a possible design for a new W hotel… The website features several perspectives and layouts on this apartment, which looks like a cross between BladeRunner and Space 1999. Hey – who is that in my shower?
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Are REIT’s the canary in the mine?
Todd Clarke @ January 14, 2009 # Comments Off on Are REIT’s the canary in the mine?
As major retailers like CompUsa, Mervyn’s, Linens and Things, Circuit City, fold one after another, leaving vacant spaces in major malls across the country, occupancy rates continue a downward trend, which eventually leads to decreasing rents and values. Real Estate investors with the most leverage (i.e. the least amount of their own money), will be […]
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A motto for 2009? “Don’t be Stupid”
Todd Clarke @ January 12, 2009 # Comments Off on A motto for 2009? “Don’t be Stupid”
Thanks to my good friend, Sam Foster for turning me on to this article in the WSJ. The OP-ED piece by Daniel Henninger highlight’s one of today’s biggest issues for an investor – how to sort through the overwhelming amount of data and capitalize on the fact, while others are swapping cocktail conversation about the […]
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The Washington Post’s take on the Economic Meltdown
Todd Clarke @ January 10, 2009 # Comments Off on The Washington Post’s take on the Economic Meltdown
The Washington Post has an interesting article on how the pieces for put into play for today’s economic meltdown over two decades ago.
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How far will retailers go to understand how you buy?
Todd Clarke @ December 29, 2008 # Comments Off on How far will retailers go to understand how you buy?
In the December 20th, 2008 issue, the Economist covers the latest trends in how Retailers are analyzing your shopping habits. Would you believe? – Camera’s that read your facial patterns? – receiver’s that record your wherebouts based on your cell phone? – reorganizing the store so the things you buy the most are in the […]
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If it has a garage, is it real estate?
Todd Clarke @ December 22, 2008 # Comments Off on If it has a garage, is it real estate?
There is often a fine line between real estate and personal property. Manufactured homes are often considerd personal property, unless they are affixed to the ground, wheels removed, and the appear to be even more like real esate if a garage is added. So what happens when you add a garage to a mobile home […]
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FAA approves Upham, NM for a space port…
Todd Clarke @ December 20, 2008 # Comments Off on FAA approves Upham, NM for a space port…
The old adage about location, location, location certainly applies to Upham, NM. Whats that you say? Where the H-E, double hockey sticks is Uphan? As a native NM who was born not too far from there, I’m afraid to tell you I didn’t know where Upham was until a couple of years ago when the […]
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Higest and Best Use Analysis…for a space shuttle?
Todd Clarke @ December 18, 2008 # Comments Off on Higest and Best Use Analysis…for a space shuttle?
Tampa Bay Fox News is reporting that NASA has issued a Request for Inquiries for potential uses for three soon to be retired space shuttles. Space shuttles Discovery, Atlantis, and Endeavour are slated to be mothballed and sold off for approx. $42M each. Shipping is likely to be $6M, and I’m guessing that since these […]
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