Orange County

  • IPA Completes Sale of Bayfront Property

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Buyer Waypoint Property Group will pay 25.5 million for the 17-building 64-unit multifamily complex known as The Waterfront.

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  • Massive Momentum

    There appears to be no end in sight to the apartment sector’s phenomenal run. Here’s what the experts say about what’s causing the demand and how long it’s expected to last.

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  • What Retail-Asset Buyers Really Want

    IRVINE, CA—In their search for yield, many retail-property investors are considering new markets and property genres that they never would have thought about in the past, Auction.com’s Robert Drury tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Why Hotel Sales are Waking Up

    IRVINE, CA—The recovering economy has spurred an uptick in tourism and a decrease in distressed hotel inventory, making this sector especially attractive for investors, says Auction.com’s Rick Sharga.

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  • Bendetti Company Appoints New CFO

    IRVINE, CA—Real estate investment and management company welcomes Aaron Weaver who previously held positions with CORE Realty and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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  • Blurred Lines Abound in Today’s Home Design

    IRVINE, CA—That is, lines between indoors and outdoors, formal and informal are becoming less distinct in home design, KTGY’s Chris Texter tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY in this look at the Capri Collection in Hidden Canyon.

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  • Cash Buyers Still Driving OC Residential

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—With job growth, some credit easing and more-traditional buyers returning to the single-family homebuying arena, OC residential is a really hot market, Sabal’s Darren Fancher tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • NGKF Facilitates Industrial Land Sale

    BREA, CA—Buyers of 9.78 acres industrial parcel develop a state-of-the-art, approximately 216,000-square-foot building.

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  • Why MPG is Betting on Infill Industrial

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—In the long run, Southern California’s infill markets will perform well even if interest rates rise, McDonald Property Group’s president Bruce McDonald tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • Avanath Nabs 553-Unit Affordable Portfolio

    IRVINE, CA—GlobeSt.com learns EXCLUSIVELY that the two-property portfolio is located in Orlando and Cary, NC, and was purchased for $45.9 million in an off-market transaction.

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  • Losing a Grocer, Without the Nightmares

    IRVINE, CA—With the grocery industry re-shuffling, the threat of an anchor store going dark can keep an owner up at night. It doesn't have to, says Donald MacLellan of Faris Lee Investments in this EXCLUSIVE interview for ICSC RECon 15.

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  • Summer is Ideal for MF Rent Growth

    IRVINE, CA—Being prepared for vacancies and having a plan in place early can allow for increased asset value and rent growth through new renters, Western National’s Nick Alicastro tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • Retail Tenants Want to Grow OC Market Share

    ORANGE COUNTY, CA—There is an intense competitive environment for tenants to retain and grow market share within the region, which is helping to heat up the sector here, C&W’s Chris Walton and Kevin Hansen tell GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • CIM Group Sheds Four Properties

    ANAHEIM, CA—The transactions part of significant asset sales strategy underway since January for the firm.

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  • Why Buyers are Eyeing Auto-Parts Stores

    IRVINE, CA—Tenants’ commitment to the location is one reason why these assets are the most sought-after among 1031 buyers, HIG’s Jeremy McChesney tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY in this look at an emerging hot net-lease category.

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  • Apartment Turnover Rates Will Keep Increasing

    IRVINE, CA—In this EXCLUSIVE discussion with MF execs, Passco Cos.’ Jeff Olshan tells GlobeSt.com more turnover is inevitable if the economy continues to improve and homeownership becomes more affordable.

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  • Home Price Momentum Expected to Continue

    IRVINE, CA—Auction.com model projects April sales to come in at 5.31 million units, and median sales price at $211,633.

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  • Healthcare Tech Firms Are Taking Space

    IRVINE, CA—Not only are healthcare providers absorbing more space in Orange County, but healthcare-technology firms are also becoming a significant tenant cohort in the office market here, JLL’s Jeff Ingham tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • What Attracts Tech Pros to OC?

    ORANGE COUNTY, CA—In short, a better lifestyle is driving young, highly educated, motivated, balanced and successful tech talent to the Orange County market, CBRE’s Alex Hayden tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • Underwater Share Up First Time Since ’12

    IRVINE, CA—Homeowners with more than 20% equity have been cashing out in some markets, while seriously underwater homes increase, according to a report from RealtyTrac.

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