Lease Expiration Date – Why It Matters0

Posted by Beki Dobson

lease expiration dateIf you own a business, you should know exactly when your industrial lease ends. But, if you are like many business owners, you only have a general idea of when that date is. Here’s the catch – if you are even considering relocating or expanding when your lease ends, it’s smart to get the ball rolling early. … Read more →

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Warehouse Classifications – What Fits Your Industrial Needs?0

Posted by Ali Forma

miller-industrial-properties-warehouse-classificationsNo matter which city you visit, spend enough time driving around you’ll likely find a warehouse. They’re large, plain buildings on the outskirts of our cities and towns with lots of trucks and roll-up doors. Despite these generic similarities, warehouse facilities can actually vary quite a lot from one to the next. If your business is a warehouse use, or has plans to be soon, a little education is in order. Understanding warehouse classifications, as well as the of nuances relating to location, flood planes, truck courts, etc., is a great first step. … Read more →

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Industrial Real Estate OPEX and NNN Charges Explained0

Posted by Beki Dobson

Operating expenses are a topic that regularly come up in the world of commercial and industrial real estate. Anyone searching for industrial properties online has most likely seen some listings that have additional NNN or OPEX charges. As industrial real estate agents here in the Reno/Sparks market, this kind of industry language is second nature to us but when we tour with prospective industrial users, this is a question that comes up often – what is OPEX and what does it include?Read more →

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National Franchise or Boutique Industrial Real Estate Firm? Start with 4 Questions.0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-navigating-landlord-tenant-relationshipIn the world of commercial and industrial real estate, national franchised branches are particularly ubiquitous. That’s no exception here in the Reno-Sparks market. But your options don’t begin and end there. Locally owned and operated industrial real estate firms – aka the boutique agency – also serve the local market. And choosing between one or the other comes down to answering a series of questions. … Read more →

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Five Reasons to Partner With an Industrial Real Estate Agent0

Posted by Beki Dobson

If 2020 is the year you launch a new business or expand your current company, a search for industrial property in the Reno/Sparks market may be in your near future. Understanding more about the market itself is a good place to begin, and the best way to learn the ins and outs is by partnering with someone in the business. Before you do anything else, find someone who can guide you. Here are five reasons to partner with an industrial real estate agent.Read more →

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Three Trends of Modern Industrial Real Estate0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-warehouse-classificationsWith the end of 2019 drawing near, we’re approaching a new year that sounds almost too futuristic to be true. As 2020 dawns, logistics properties face an increasingly complex supply chain. Industrial real estate has evolved to keep up, and they will continue to push the envelope in terms of technological advancements. It’s already begun, as evidenced by these three trends of modern industrial real estate.Read more →

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Three Reasons an Industrial Agent is a Better Option than DIYing the Process0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

industrial-real-estate-agent-miller-industrial-properties-renoThere are times when doing something yourself seems like the fastest, easiest, or least expensive option. And while that may be true for painting a room or tending to a landscape, it’s not the best strategy when it comes to making industrial real estate decisions. It’s a specialized field, and you deserve the insight and guidance of an experienced industrial real estate agent – full stop. Just as you’d consult an attorney for legal matters, or a doctor for medical issues, so too should you turn to an industrial real estate agent for matters relating to buying, leasing, or selling industrial property. Here are three reasons an industrial agent is always a better option that trying to DIY the industrial real estate process.Read more →

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4 Tenant Strategies in A Landlord-Friendly Market0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-industrial-real-estate-northern-nevadaThere are multiple scenarios that aren’t ideal for tenants. Maybe your industrial real estate lease is coming due for renewal in a landlord-friendly market, or you can no longer put off finding a West Coast location and you’re about to find yourself forced to navigate high rents. Solving your logistical problems may feel insurmountable when the climate favors the landlords, but the right strategy can be a game changer. Here are four tenant strategies in a landlord-friendly market. … Read more →

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Warehouse Classifications 1010

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-warehouse-classificationsNo matter which city you visit, spend enough time driving around and you’ll find a warehouse. They’re ubiquitous, big, wide, often surrounded by trucks. But despite these generic similarities, warehouses can actually vary quite significantly from one to the next. If your business uses one, or has plans to use one soon, a little education is in order. Understanding warehouse classifications, as well as a number of nuances relating to location, jurisdiction, flood planes, etc., is an important first step. … Read more →

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2 Tips to Improve The Industrial Lease Process0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-renoThere are many instances in life in which knowing all you can before you begin dramatically improves your chances for success.  The industrial real estate lease process is one of them. Going into the experience with the right data and the right information ahead of time can save you frustration, time, and money down the line. The key is in doing your homework upfront, and being very clear about what matters – and what doesn’t. To that end, here are two tips from Miller Industrial Properties to help you improve the industrial lease process experience and boost your odds of a successful transaction.Read more →

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