Before You Look for Industrial Property, Look for the Industrial Agent0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-renoIf you’re ready to buy or lease industrial property here in northern Nevada, there’s something you need first – the right agent. We’ve written before about the benefits of avoiding the DIY approach of industrial real estate, so get a few agent referrals, schedule a few meetings, and make your final decision based on the following information. … Read more →

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5 Things to Ask Your Industrial Real Estate Agent0

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questionsIf you think there isn’t much difference from one industrial real estate agent to the next, you haven’t met a really great agent yet. So what’s the quickest way to zero in on an experienced, competent agent? Recommendations are a good place to start, but an interview is best. And during that interview, here are five questions to ask your potential industrial agent. … Read more →

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How Data & Experience Set Industrial Agents Apart0

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miller-industrial-properties-first-step-leasing-buying-industrial-propertyThe process of buying and leasing industrial real estate here in northern Nevada, or anywhere, is complex. That’s true for anyone, although those with years of experience have a natural leg up on the rest. In this landlord-favored market of northern Nevada, there are additional challenges – limited properties, high rents, long lease terms, few landlord or seller concessions, an excess of buyers, and more – that mean finding a good agent is critical. Here’s how data and experience set industrial agents apart.Read more →

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A Guide to Tenant Improvements for the Industrial Client0

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tenant-improvementIt is a rare occasion that a tenant will find a large industrial property that works for them in “as-is” condition. Most long-term industrial leases include what we refer to as tenant improvements, or TI’s. If you’re in need of an industrial facility, bookmark this page for future reference. … Read more →

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The Value of Securing Accurate Industrial Real Estate Data0

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miller-industrial-properties-reno-sparks-market-dataThe ability to accurately forecast the industrial real estate market is a huge advantage to tenants, owners and property investors alike. And the only way to begin is with the right data. This is the quantitative and qualitative information that helps industrial real estate professionals make thoughtful decisions about next steps. The hard part, of course, is in making sense of the data. Even for those in the industry – tenants, owners, investors – the safest and most strategic move is finding someone who doesn’t just have access to this information, but has a hand in generating it.Read more →

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What to Consider Before Buying a Warehouse0

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miller-industrial-properties-reno-buying-warehouseWhen your business is ready for its first warehouse, it’s a big milestone. It means business is going well, but on the flip side, the industrial real estate game can be intimidating to newcomers. Our recommendation is to partner with someone who has been a player in this field long enough to be a true expert, but the more you know going in, the better off you’ll be. Here’s what to consider before buying a warehouse for your growing business.Read more →

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Navigating the Landlord-Tenant Relationship – Tips from Miller Industrial0

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miller-industrial-properties-navigating-landlord-tenant-relationshipIn the landlord-tenant relationship, there are needs. Both sides need the other, and both sides also serve the needs of the other. The power imbalance – those times when the relationship favors one, the other, or neither – are tied to things like lease terms and market conditions, and so may fluctuate as the market evolves. Whether or not you recognize it as the tenant, your relationship with your landlord (that is, the value your lease brings your landlord) is a moving target. Here are a few suggestions from Miller Industrial Properties when it comes to navigating the landlord-tenant relationship.Read more →

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The Smartest First Step in Your Industrial Space Lease or Purchase0

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miller-industrial-properties-first-step-leasing-buying-industrial-propertyOnce the decision has been made to expand or relocate a business, there’s one thing that business owners can do to dramatically improve their chances of a successful transaction. And it’s not taking a careful look at the options in the local market – or partnering with an experienced and reputable agent. Surprised?

The single best way to cover the most ground in the simplest way does involve the internet, but you should be using it to find free, no-obligation offers from those experienced and reputable agents. Here’s how. … Read more →

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Miller Industrial Properties Announces New Associate Hire0

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miller-industrial-properties-ali-formaMiller Industrial Properties is expanding its expertise in property management with the recent hire of associate Ali Forma. The East Coast transplant has lived in and around northern Nevada on and off since 2010, making the move permanent in 2015. With a background in property management and residential real estate, Ali transitioned to commercial and industrial this past summer. … Read more →

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

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

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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