Three Mistakes to Avoid When You Choose an Industrial Real Estate Agent0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-for-lease-sale-northern-nevadaHiring an industrial or commercial real estate agent is a crucial step of your real estate transaction. The right agent can significantly impact your experience for the better, and it’s wise to find one with experience and a successful track record. And yet, many people rush this process. Don’t be one of them. Here are three mistakes to avoid when you choose an industrial real estate agent. … Read more →

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Will My Lease Rates Go Up If I Use an Industrial Real Estate Agent?0

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industrial-real-estate-agent-miller-industrial-properties-renoNo. This is a question that comes up now and again, but let us reassure you – your lease rates will not go up if you use an industrial real estate agent. In fact, using an experienced agent likely means securing a much better rate than you might be able to negotiate on your own. Here’s why. … Read more →

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3 Critical Considerations Before You Renew Your Industrial Lease0

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miller-industria-properties-warehouse-classificationsSigning a lease on an apartment may help entrepreneurs feel prepared for the industrial lease process, but the experiences are vastly different. And because a bad lease is like a slow leak – in the sense that it may be minor at first, but over time, it’s going to cause big problems – anyone considering industrial space would be well served by not forging ahead alone. That’s true whether you’re considering your first lease or your second, which actually tends to be the one that makes or breaks a business. A lease is a binding legal contract, so ask yourself whether you truly have the experience and knowledge to be completely clear on everything it entails. Whether or not you decide to find someone to guide you during this process – and we strongly recommend you do – here are three critical considerations before you renew your industrial lease.Read more →

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When is the Best Time to Begin Looking for Industrial Real Estate?0

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miller-industrial-when-to-begin-looking-industrial-real-estateThis is a great question, and particularly so if you’re a tenant. When you have the wherewithal to ask something like this, it reveals an understanding of the benefit of getting ahead on your industrial real estate needs. Unfortunately, there’s no simple answer to the question of the right time to begin the industrial real estate hunt. But here’s what we can advise. … Read more →

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Partnering with an Industrial Agent? Here’s What to Ask First0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-northern-nevada-industrial-subleaseIf you’ve navigated an industrial real estate search before or you’re diving in for the first time, one thing is true – you’re going to have questions. But your first set of questions should be posed to the potential industrial real estate agents with whom you’re considering partnering. One of the biggest decisions in your industrial real estate journey – and there will be many – is the agent you ultimately trust to meet your needs. You can make the best choice possible with the right information, so here’s what to ask of anyone offering his services to you. … Read more →

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Industrial Real Estate Q&A: Understanding the Differences Between Leasing and Renting0

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real-estate-101Like any industry, industrial real estate has its own terminology. We often get questions about all aspects of industrial real estate, and the difference between leasing and renting is one of them. Here’s what to understand about the differences between leasing and renting.Read more →

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Do You Really Know the Real Estate Market?0

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questionsSince Miller Industrial Properties opened its doors in 1993, our leasing focus has been to represent the interests of tenants. Our specialty has been advocating for tenants seeking new Western locations, expanding or downsizing locally, or seeking to locate a subtenant to take over all or part of their existing space. Through these negotiations, several interesting factors have become apparent. Our awareness of these special market factors has proven to be the cornerstone of the elite service level we provide for our clients.Read more →

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Negotiating Your Own Industrial Real Estate Lease is a Mistake0

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miller-industrial-properties-renewing-commerical-lease-2018There are many misconceptions about industrial real estate – our seven-part series on persistent industrial real estate myths tackles many of them – but one of the biggest is the idea that a business owner will save both time and money by managing their own property search and ensuing negotiations. At face value, all you need to do is look online, drive around a bit to see what’s out there, find a property that looks good, call the listing agent, and negotiate the terms. Sounds simple enough. Unfortunately, this simplified, and frankly rosy, take on the process fails to account for the many, many variables that inevitably arise. It’s those variables that make negotiating your own industrial real estate lease a mistake. Read more →

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What to Expect – And What Not to Expect – From Industrial Real Estate Agents0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-tenant-riskTom Miller, the president of Miller Industrial Properties, drove a race car with a professional team for years. It was during those years that a famous race car driver was quoted as saying, “There is no accident you are involved in that is not your fault.” It took Tom some time to understand the truth in that statement – that any accident in which you are part really is your fault simply because it can be attributed to something you didn’t see coming or a position you put yourself in that left you vulnerable to someone else’s mistakes or poor judgment. The same concept applies to industrial real estate. Here’s why. … Read more →

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What Accurate Data Means in the Industrial Real Estate Industry0

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miller-industrial-properties-reno-industrialLast week, Miller Industrial Properties released the Market Advisor for the final quarter of 2018. The comprehensive free download covered statistics and trends for industrial real estate performance here in northern Nevada. This kind of data is incredibly valuable to anyone operating in the local industrial real estate sphere. Gathering accurate data to build an extensive in-house database helps our company – the longest-running boutique industrial real estate agency in northern Nevada – monitor and track local industrial properties. And that directly benefits our clients. … Read more →

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