New Episode: Just Sold TV Nashville

New episodes of Just Sold TV are automatically emailed to Sell for More Club members (join now) each month.  These are the properties that sold March – April 2020 for at least $500,000.      Rank Property Address City Type Sale Price Building SF $/SF Land SF $/SF 1 525-535 5th Ave Nashville Hospitality $84,000,000 154,000 $545 46,173 $1,819 2 308 Plus Park Blvd (2 Properties)…

Sell for More Trivia: What is a “Right to Work” state?

Sell for More Trivia is a weekly blog series that playfully presents a trivia question about commercial real estate.   What is a “Right to Work” state?  The term is related to forced membership in a labor union. More than half of U.S. states have enacted so-called “right to work” laws that guarantee no person can be compelled to join a union or pay union…

Sell for More Story: Why you must guide buyers to the highest and best use

Sell for More Story is a weekly blog series that educates sellers using real life examples from the street.      (FREE PROMOTION) Find out how much your property is worth, for free, before you list it for sale. Get the blueprint to sell your property for the highest price the market will pay (click here) How to get an unfair advantage.  Click here to join…

Sell for More News: The outlook for office properties

Sell for More News is a weekly blog series with interesting information from the world of commercial real estate.   Heads of major companies are touting the viability of their employees working from home for the long term…or even “forever,” as Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said recently.  This raises questions about the future of a post-coronavirus office market. But like other disasters that hit the…

Sell for More Advice: The challenges with presenting cash flow information

Sell for More Advice is a weekly blog series that provides no-nonsense tips for commercial real estate sellers.      (FREE PROMOTION) Find out how much your property is worth, for free, before you list it for sale. Get the blueprint to sell your property for the highest price the market will pay (click here) How to get an unfair advantage.  Click here to join Sell…

Sell for More Trivia: Is Self-Storage really recession proof?

Sell for More Trivia is a weekly blog series that playfully presents a trivia question about commercial real estate.   The self-storage industry’s status as a “recession-resistant business” is being put to the test right now.  But despite a sour economy, facility investors and operators will likely benefit in the coming months. There are many things that affect real estate performance. The coronavirus lock down…

Sell for More Story: Selling above asking price during a pandemic

Sell for More Story is a weekly blog series that educates sellers using real life examples from the street.      (FREE PROMOTION) Find out how much your property is worth, for free, before you list it for sale. Get the blueprint to sell your property for the highest price the market will pay (click here) How to get an unfair advantage.  Click here to join…

Sell for More News: What it means when a tenant goes bankrupt

Sell for More News is a weekly blog series with interesting information from the world of commercial real estate.   What does it mean when a tenant goes bankrupt? Bankruptcy doesn’t mean the end of a company.  It can be an opportunity to shed debt, renegotiate leases, reorganize and come out stronger. For the purpose of this brief discussion, let’s examine this question from the…

Sell for More Advice: Post Pandemic Predictions (Part 2)

Sell for More Advice is a weekly blog series that provides no-nonsense tips for commercial real estate sellers.      (FREE PROMOTION) Find out how much your property is worth, for free, before you list it for sale. Get the blueprint to sell your property for the highest price the market will pay (click here) How to get an unfair advantage.  Click here to join Sell…

Sell for More Trivia: When will hotels bounce back to pre-virus panic levels?

Sell for More Trivia is a weekly blog series that playfully presents a trivia question about commercial real estate.   Hotel revenues per room are projected to fall a whopping 58% in 2020.  We have the government lock down to thank for that. The sudden disappearance of tourism, conference traffic and nonessential business travel has left hotels reeling. Data analytics company STR does not expect…