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                                     Commercial Real Estate To Make Solid Gains In 2006
                                                                By Rick Hendershot



   In its most recent report released Jan 24, The National Association of Realtors anticipates "solid"
gains in the US commercial real estate sector.

David Lereah, NAR's chief economist said "Even with a lot of new construction around the country, we
are seeing healthy levels of commercial real estate space being purchased, rented and occupied.

As a result, vacancies are declining across the board - this is improving the fundamentals for
commercial real estate sectors into the foreseeable future."

The report also sees rising concerns at the Fed that commercial real estate is being concentrated in
some banks. According to Federal Reserve Governor, Susan Bies, The Fed is considering issuing
"supervisory guidance" on risk-management to avoid commercial real estate exposure that was typical
of previous economic downturns.

According to NAR's latest forecast vacancy rates are generally declining across most of the 57
metropolitan areas examined. This means rents are stabilizing in all four commercial market sectors:
office, retail, industrial and multifamily housing.

Employment increases in all sectors is what is driving the lower vacancy rates. According to the NAR,
these rates are expected to fall to 14.1 percent by the fourth quarter of 2005 and to 12.2 percent in
2006. This is down from 15.4 percent in 2004. They project that office space rent will grow 4.4 percent
for 2005 and 4.9 percent next year That is up significantly from 2004 when the increase was just 0.4
percent.

Their analysis of specific metro areas for investment singles out New York, Los Angeles, Washington,
San Francisco and Chicago as good targets for commercial real estate investment.

In the industrial sector vacancies are projected to go down to 8.8 percent by the end of 2006 compared
to 10.9 percent last year. Industrial rents, actually declined slightly in 2005, but are projected to
increase 2.5 percent in 2006.


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Retail space vacancy is predicted to hit 6.8 percent in the fourth quarter of 2005, down from 7.5
percent the previous year. Rents are expected to rise 3.2 percent in 2006 after a similar increase in
2005. Increases in 2004 were 3.3 percent.

**Some Local Commercial Real Estate hi-lites**

The St. Louis region had an all-time high of $1.2 billion in commercial real estate transactions in 2005.
Local real estate experts predict it will be even higher in 2006 - perhaps as high as $1.4 billion.

A Colliers report found that industrial vacancy rates in the region were at a five-year low, and demand
for office and retail space had fully recovered from the recession a few years ago.

Part of what is driving the real estate boom is that investors have moved from the stock market to
commercial real estate. Many investors prefer commercial real estate because it is more transparent
and provides a steady cash return as well as a reliable rate of appreciation.

In the Bradenton, Florida area (Manatee County) commercial real estate is also going strong. Local
experts say commercial development follows residential, so given the rapid pace of residential
development in most of Florida over the last few years, there is little likelihood that commercial
development is going to slow down any time soon.

Development here as elsewhere is also dependent on interest rates, but in Florida the cyclical nature
of real estate development is somewhat mitigated by the unique location and climate, as well as a
shifting demographic pattern.

Lack of convenient parking, and traffic on main downtown streets, as well as a limited number of
downtown development sites are the biggest challenges facing commercial real estate developers in
this smaller Florida city.

In the Marina Del Rey area of Los Angeles about $1.5 billion in commercial and residential
improvements are underway. The county is encouraging leaseholders to make improvements to boost
visitors and increase county revenue.

So far two shopping centers have been renovated and the marina's shops and restaurants, called
Fisherman's Village, will be completely renovated.

Approximately 1,600 apartments are being added, at the same time as reducing the number of boat
slips at the 40-year-old marina.



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                                                 Commercial Real Estate - Benefits
                                                                    By Kim Lee



 If you are thinking about buying commercial real estate you may already be aware of the benefits. And
if you have no clue what the benefits of buying commercial real estate are you will want to look into
them right away. This is the only way to make a final decision on whether or not you should buy.
Luckily, there is plenty of information available on commercial real estate. So learning about the
benefits is never something that is too difficult to do.

Here are three benefits of commercial real estate.

1. One of the main benefits of commercial real estate is that there is more than one way to make
money with it. These investment options are what make commercial real estate so popular among so
many people. Not only can you sell commercial real estate after increasing the value, but you can also
rent it out if you would rather. Either way, you can make money with commercial real estate.

2. If you are looking to diversify your portfolio of investments, commercial real estate is a great idea.
Many people get so caught up with residential real estate that they forget what the commercial
properties have to offer. Although they may not be right for your portfolio, you could find out that the
benefits will fit in nicely with what you are trying to do.

3. There is a lot of commercial real estate available. This may not be the case in every part of the
country, but the majority of areas have some commercial real estate for sale. As long as you search
multiple areas and keep an open mind you should be able to find plenty of commercial real estate that
may fit in with what you are trying to do.

As you can see, there are many benefits of commercial real estate. You may find out in the end that
this type of investing is not what you have been looking for. But with that being said, you at least owe it
to yourself to check out the benefits before you make a rash decision. There is a good chance that you
will fall in love with commercial real estate, and hopefully end up making yourself a good amount of
money. These goals are attainable with commercial real estate if you put you are willing

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