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A to Z of investment basics course

Todd Clarke @ October 1, 2014 # Comments Off on A to Z of investment basics course

To be held at GAAR offices on Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 Spreadsheet tools: DTC-IRR-Model-v15-comm-blank-Citadelapartments DTC-IRR-Model-v15-comm-FilledOutSampleDeal

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Course: A to Z of Investment Basics – 4 CE hours

Todd Clarke @ June 10, 2014 # Comments Off on Course: A to Z of Investment Basics – 4 CE hours

If you are feeling a bit rusty on measures of investment performance, the Investment Basics course will provide a sound foundation in the basic tools to analyze income producing real estate. This hands on course includes simple to use spreadsheet tools to help you in analyzing investments using the basic measures of investment performance including: […]

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Albuquerque Hot for Rentals

Todd Clarke @ October 19, 2013 # Comments Off on Albuquerque Hot for Rentals

In in Albuquerque Journal article dated October 8th, 2013, Albuquerque was rated the 3rd best market in the country for rent growth.

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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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This is the kind of person I want looking after my states finances…

Todd Clarke @ January 22, 2013 # Comments Off on This is the kind of person I want looking after my states finances…

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal reported that Susan Combs, Treasurer for the State of Texas is pushing for new legislation that would require local governments to add up their total debt obligations and disclose it to their constituents, the tax payer. GREAT IDEA SUSAN! Her office has also signed the light on Texas with a “Texas […]

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Global competitive indicators

Todd Clarke @ December 11, 2012 # Comments Off on Global competitive indicators

Global Capital Markets> JLL Global Markets Wileys Map IRR Research Brookings Global Metro Jones Lang Lassale – https://www.joneslanglasalle.com/Pages/Research.aspx AND most of them will be left behind by the top 50 cities in china and Capital Flows –

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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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Office of the future – excerpt from 2012 NAR presentation

Todd Clarke @ August 24, 2012 # Comments Off on Office of the future – excerpt from 2012 NAR presentation

The following is Todd Clarke’s excerpts from the Office of the future presentation – given first at NAR in 2012, with a Seattle update in 2013 OfficeofTheFuture2012

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Upcoming NM MFA housing seminar

Todd Clarke @ July 11, 2012 # Comments Off on Upcoming NM MFA housing seminar

The NM Mortgage Finance Authority’s annual housing seminar is coming up – 8/22-24/2012 – don’t wait to register!

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China Demographics

Todd Clarke @ December 15, 2011 # Comments Off on China Demographics

A quick update to this posting (12/19/2011): This article about China’s property bust reminds me of a saying I learned during my travels in China “In my first month, everything in know about China would fill an encyclopedia. In my first year, everything I know about China would fill a book. In my first decade, […]

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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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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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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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The passing of an era

Todd Clarke @ April 2, 2010 # Comments Off on The passing of an era

Posted in our sister blog, Todd Clarke’s Technology Corner, is an obituary of the man who developed the hardware for the first personal computer. His fulltime job was as a scientist at Sandia National Labratories, but his interests were in developing computers that the public could use. His company, MITS, developed the hardware, but he […]

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First CMBs in years – closes – $400M+, 1.44 DCR, 62.4% LTV

Todd Clarke @ November 19, 2009 # Comments Off on First CMBs in years – closes – $400M+, 1.44 DCR, 62.4% LTV

Co-Starreports that the first CMBS deal in years had been put together and sold on the open market – securing the owner, Developers Diversified, over $400M on 28 properites across the country at an average cost of 6%. TALF (TARP) funds were used to back the deal.

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Bad news, good news, have you heard the joke about the economist?

Todd Clarke @ September 16, 2009 # Comments Off on Bad news, good news, have you heard the joke about the economist?

The juxtaposition of news story about the economy are interesting – on one hand the Federal government has declared a victory on turning around the economy, on the other, those of us in the commercial real estate business know that until there is transparency in the lenders holdings, the loans will not flow, the capital […]

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Overreaching legislation

Todd Clarke @ May 26, 2009 # Comments Off on Overreaching legislation

Special thanks to fellow Realtor Ric Thom for sharing this: This is an important message from Ric Thom, President Security Escrow Corporation, Albuquerque, New Mexico. May 26, 2009 HR 1728: The Taking of Private Property Rights Congress is trying to greatly restrict seller financing. This is a taking of our private property rights. The US […]

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NM Apartment Market Review 2008/ Forecast 2009

Todd Clarke @ March 9, 2009 # Comments Off on NM Apartment Market Review 2008/ Forecast 2009

Albuquerque Apartment market update2008 in review, looking forward to 2010 by Todd Clarke CCIM The saying “may you live in interesting times” certainly seems to fit in today’s environment. Although the author and origin of this phrase is unknown, it is believed that it was composed as a curse and included two more phrases: – […]

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CCIM’s take on Mark to Market accounting and its impact on the economy.

Todd Clarke @ February 2, 2009 # Comments Off on CCIM’s take on Mark to Market accounting and its impact on the economy.

I received this earlier last week from our good friend, Mac Maclure with an update on the how the definition of a phrase could be having a large impact on the current liquidation crisis: Dear Members of the Faculty: During this historic week in America as we experience another peaceful transition of power in our […]

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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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