Central Arizona’s attempted water grab: a miscalculated path of least resistance
Last Friday’s meeting (March 23, 2018) in the City of Yuma Council Chambers and the article by the Arizona Homebuilders made two things very clear: Central Arizona’s leadership intends to use Legal Plunder to extract Yuma County’s water rights in attempt to support development in Central Arizona. Read Jerry’s recent article here.
Our Name Has Changed
We are excited to announce our name has changed to SVN | Velocity Commercial Real Estate. Our website has also changed to www.yumacre.com; our telephone number and email addresses remain the same. Same great agency with a new name!
Jerry LoCoco Joins NAIOP in San Diego
Market Appetite Grows for Grocery-Anchored Assets
Grocery-anchored centers continued to be an attractive property type for investors in 2017, with sales volumes increasing by 5.3 percent. Here are the trends to watch in 2018:
Smaller and more focused stores: smaller footprints have more opportunities in urban locations and in mixed use projects.
Data driven technology: as shoppers demand more digital integration, retailers have new access to unprecedented amounts of data. This data will provide greater efficiency.
Rapid checkout: expect grocers with existing rapid checkout technologies to continue to roll out programs across the country and for others to join the ranks of several grocers who have been testing checkout free concepts.
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Virtual Tours Drive Innovation in Real Estate
Exciting innovation penetrates all industries through technology. Real estate professionals resisted for some time, but have recently prevailed. Agents, brokers, and entrepreneurs now take advantage of technological advances to gain a competitive edge in already aggressive industry. Today, the newest trend has blossomed: the 3-D virtual tour.
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Featured Listing: Newly Constructed Restaurant in Prime Location
PRICE: Call for details LOCATION: 16th St. & Sunridge Dr.
BUILDING SIZE: 5,370 SQFT ZONING: B-2