There have been some very interesting appointments and promotions within commercial real estate firms in Orange County over the past few weeks. Firstly, the new Southern California-Hawaii division of the CBRE Group has appointed Lewis C. Horne as their president. This means he will now focus on Orange County, the Greater Los Angeles area, Hawaii, and San Diego. One of the offices he will head is that of Newport Beach.
The commercial real estate market in Orange County, CA, continues to boom and expand, so much so in fact, that some experts are becoming concerned about whether or not this growth is sustainable. However, reports have shown that people in the field of business and commercial real estate are very optimistic, in part due to the new presidency of Donald Trump, who has promised more jobs and more business. Hence, Orange County continues to grow, and so is the economy.
The year 2016 has been a year of records for Orange County with regards to real estate. Prices for residential homes reached heights never seen before, in part due to the large number of new homes being built. The landscape of Orange County has changed dramatically, not in the least thanks to the approval of the Platinum Triangle in Anaheim.
The commercial real estate (CRE) market in Orange County, CA, is incredibly diverse and interesting for many different people. Property investors, for instance, often purchase CRE, either outright or through a commercial real estate investment trust (REIT), in order to earn from the rent of these properties. CRE is also interesting for business owners, who are looking for properties to use for their operations, such as offices, distribution, retail stores, and warehousing. They can choose to purchase their own real estate, making it an investment as well, or they can lease the property from the aforementioned property investors. Either way, it is very important to get to know the market before deciding to rent or lease.