Trying to Time the Market for Commercial Real Estate Is a Bad Idea. What Works Better Instead?

Did you know that trying to time the commercial real estate market is a bad idea? Learn about innovative ideas that have been helping San Diego investors grow their wealth, tips on commercial real estate loans and financing, and the best time to buy and sell commercial real estate.

Listen in as R. J. Kelly unpacks the secrets to making money in the commercial real estate market in a remarkable interview with special guests Amy McNamara and Marc Posthumus, Vice Presidents of Colliers International, and Marc DeMascole, Vice President of business banking at Wells Fargo. Whether you own investment property or are interested in learning more about this lucrative market, tune in to this informative episode.

Amy McNamara is a Vice President with Colliers International in North San Diego County. Amy is an Office/Medical, Investment, Sales and Leasing expert in the office market. Mrs. McNamara specializes in the leasing and sales of high-rise, mid-rise and garden office / medical properties. Amy has been in the commercial real estate industry since 1989. During this time period, Amy has participated in leasing and sales transactions totaling over five million square feet. Since 1993 she has completed sales transactions totaling over $230 million.

Marc Posthumus is a Commercial Real Estate Broker with over fifteen years of experience in the industry. During his career he has completed over 400 transactions and has leased or sold over $300 million worth of commercial property. Mr. Posthumus is committed to the highest level of client service and his primary areas of focus are office, industrial and R&D properties.

Mark DeMascole is a seasoned Vice President with Wells Fargo who focuses on financing commercial real estate for nearly two decades. Mark provides business owners and investors with a wide array of financing products and services to purchase or refinance industrial, office and mixed use properties in and around San Diego County. Mark has successfully closed over $500 million in purchases and refinances.

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