Commercial Real Estate Salem OR

Commercial real estate is any property that is zoned and used for business purposes or to generate profits from rentals or capital gains. Types of commercial property include industrial property, retail stores, some multi family houses, office buildings, shopping centers, warehouses and more. There is some overlap between residential and commercial property when it comes to buildings that contain a large number of units (such as apartments) that can be classified as commercial, though they are used as residences. All commercial real estate will fall under one of four categories—retail, office, industrial and multi family housing—and can be purchased through commercial real estate agents.

Re/Max River & Sea
(503) 738-9552
3447 Hwy 101 N
Gearhart, OR
 
Re/Max Advantage Plus
(541) 942-0151
78314 Hwy 99 S
Cottage Grove, OR
 
Hamilton, Jean C - Broker
(541) 536-1384
16430 3rd St
La Pine, OR
 
La Pine Property Management Services
(541) 536-1114
51480 Hwy 97
La Pine, OR
 
Brown Roofing Company
(541) 296-6593
PO Box 1076
Dalles, OR
 
Re/Max Ideal Brokers, Inc.
(541) 770-3325
3539 Heathrow Way#200
Medford, OR
 
Re/Max Platinum
(541) 734-5500
2594 E Barnett RdSte B
Medford, OR
 
Elliott Associates, Inc.
(503) 224-6791
901 NE Glisan
Portland, OR
 
Fairfield Financial Services
(800) 971-1858
2727 NE Hoyt St.
Portland, OR
 
Felton Properties, Inc.
(503) 227-2433
520 SW Sixth Ave. Suite 610
Portland, OR
 

Commercial Real Estate

Real Estate Investment Trusts
By: Zacks Equity Research
October 22, 2009

Amid positive signals emanating from the uptick in housing prices and an improving outlook for consumer spending, the housing sector is gradually stabilizing. Both new and existing home sales have increased during the last four consecutive months and are now 32% and 17% above their recent lows, respectively. Single-family housing starts have also risen 37% from their low point, and inventories of homes-for-sale have fallen sharply.

Equity REITs rebounded nicely in the third quarter, recording total returns of 33% (total return FTSE NAREIT Index) vs. a 15% gain each for the S&P and the Dow. The strong third quarter returns marked the second consecutive record-setting performance of equity REITs after a dismal performance in the first quarter of 2009.

In what has been a volatile year, equity REITs gained approximately 29% (total return FTSE NAREIT Index) in the second quarter after falling 32% in the first quarter. So far in October, equity REITs are down about 1%; the worst performing sectors in October have been Self Storage (- 3.4%), Retail (-1.6%), Industrial/Office (-1.6%), and Residential (-0.8%).

OPPORTUNITIES Many REITs are still trading at discounts to NAV (net asset value), traditionally a good "buy" signal. Over the past seven or so years, REITs have traded near or in excess of NAV.

With dividend cuts and share price gains.....

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