How to Find an Industrial Real Estate Agent Across the Country0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-finding-agent-across-countryLet’s say your business is expanding to a market that will help you take advantage of a business-friendly environment, skilled workforce and strategic location. We’re talking about northern Nevada, but regardless of where you’re heading, this is clearly a time for the guidance and expertise of a qualified – and local – industrial real estate agent. It can be challenging finding the right agent under the best circumstances, but that challenge is greater outside your own turf. Read on for our tips to help you find an industrial real estate agent across the country.Read more →

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2 Keys to Warehouse Shopping in 20170

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miller-industria-properties-leasing-buying-warehouse-2017If you’re looking to lease or buy a warehouse here in northern Nevada or somewhere else, there are a few things to understand right out of the gate. Many people condense the entire process into a single focus – the cost per square foot. That overlooks many, many factors, and one of the most applicable in 2017 is the technology that can be found in today’s warehouses. This technology allows for logistical efficiency and supreme flexibility, two factors that can be game changers. If a new warehouse is in your future, keep in mind these two keys to warehouse shopping in 2017.  … Read more →

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The Secret to Hiring the Right Industrial Real Estate Agent0

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real-estate-for-dummiesDoes a real estate license alone mean that an agent is qualified to perform industrial or commercial real estate services for your business? Unfortunately, no. All real estate agents must have a valid state real estate license to operate legally in the state, but the acquisition alone doesn’t make them experts. So what does? … Read more →

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Renewing Your Commercial Lease in 2018? Changes Are In Store.0

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miller-industrial-properties-renewing-commerical-lease-2018If your commercial lease will be renewed in 2018, tenants need to start to prepare now for what’s in store for them. The real estate market has dramatically shifted, and landlords are positioned to extract the most benefit out of the new conditions. Tenants wh0 are not well prepared for the renewal process may find themselves shocked when they learn what’s in store for them. The lease renewal process has shifted gears, and only tenants who have prepared themselves for the changes in the renewal process should plan to navigate the renewal transaction with minimal disruption to their financial plans and budgets in the future. … Read more →

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Can You Find Your Own Tenant or Buyer for Your Industrial Real Estate Property?0

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miller-industrial-properties-for-lease-sale-northern-nevadaIf you own a piece of property that’s about to be vacant, you may have considered finding someone to lease or buy it all on your own. After all, why should you pay a fee to an agent just so he can slap a sign in the window and call it a day? If that’s all your agent is doing for you, then I quite agree. But in the event you aren’t clear on the many services a professional real estate agency provides, let’s review. … Read more →

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Leasing Industrial Real Estate in Northern Nevada? Start Here.0

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miller-industrial-properties-northern-nevadaFor over twenty years, Miller Industrial Properties has set itself apart in the industrial real estate market of northern Nevada. As the longest-running boutique firm, we’ve earned a reputation for success. If you’re considering buying or leasing industrial real estate in northern Nevada, start here. … Read more →

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Here’s Why You Should Know When Your Industrial Real Estate Lease Ends0

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smartIf you’re a business owner, you should know exactly when your lease expires. But if you’re like many business owners, you have only the most general idea of that date. Here’s the catch – if you have even the inkling of an idea to relocate or expand when your current lease ends, you would be wise to get the ball rolling up to even 24 months early. … Read more →

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Buying an Older Industrial or Commercial Building? Here’s What to Know0

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miller-industrial-properties-older-buildings-what-to-knowWhile new builds may be considered newsworthy these days, older industrial and commercial buildings can have characteristics that make them worth a second look – with one caveat. Environmental concerns in older buildings should be carefully reviewed, as they can mean potential liability issues down the line, complete with big economic impacts. If you’re considering an older industrial or commercial building, here’s what to know.  … Read more →

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Avoiding Tenant Risk in Industrial Real Estate0

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miller-industrial-properties-tenant-riskOn the surface, it might seem safe to characterize an industrial real estate transaction as a win/lose proposition. Either the landlord or the tenant will walk away from the negotiating table feeling pleased or dominated. That’s not actually the case, but it’s that scenario that gives way to the biggest risk an industrial real estate tenant can take. That risk? Entering any phase of the lease transaction without adequate representation. Here’s why you would be wise to avoid tenant risk in industrial real estate. … Read more →

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The Mystery of Electrical Power – A Primer from Miller Industrial Properties0

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mystery-electrical-power-miller-industrial-propertiesIt’s my suspicion that Miller Industrial Properties spends more time ensuring our facts are correct on our listings, and that’s especially true for electrical power details. Current, power, 110, meter sockets, volts, 277, transformers, 480, 4 ‘ought’ wire, amps, MSW ( main switch board), AC, circuit breakers, DC, 3 phase, 208, AC-DC, 60 Hz (hertz), ground fault, resistance, distribution panel, watts, single phase, 220, connected load, efficiency, circuit – these are all mysterious words to many. They were to me for a long time as well, and no amount of explanation from the professionals ever seemed to make sense. We prepared this primer to take the mystery out of electrical power, to illustrate why we as real estate professionals need to understand certain elements of these items, and to explain why they need to be reported accurately to our clients in our promotional materials. … Read more →

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