Cressy Commercial Real Estate services not only include assisting our clients with their commercial real estate needs and goals, but it also means making community-minded decisions.
3Q 2018 Market Trends
Up-to-date quarterly reports on trends, stats and new projects in the St. Joseph County and Elkhart County markets.
3Q 2018 St. Joseph County, IN
3Q 2018 Elkhart County, IN
Millennial Observations of Commercial Real Estate
As a millennial working towards a career in Real Estate in Indiana and Michigan, I often wonder what real estate will look like in 5, 10, and 15 years.
2Q 2018 Market Trends
Up-to-date quarterly market trend reports on the St. Joseph County office and industrial markets, and the Elkhart County industrial market.
Elkhart County Industrial
St. Joseph County Industrial
St. Joseph County Office
What Does NAI and Cressy Mean?
Our firm, Cressy Commercial Real Estate announced our new global affiliation with NAI Global. What does that mean, and why does it matter...
5 Things to Know About CRE and Blockchain
Most people have little idea what blockchain even is as it relates to cryptocurrency. Now that the same technology behind virtual currency is being adapted for use in many other industries, firms in the CRE sector are bracing for its impact...
4 CRE Trends We Can Attribute to Millennials
Today’s workforce is undergoing a major shift in population. As of 2017, 56 million Millennials are either working or actively searching for work, making them the largest segment of the U.S. labor force surpassing Gen Xers in 2016...
Steps to a Successful Commercial Real Estate Transaction
Successful commercial real estate closings do not just happen, it takes an experienced team to pave the way for a smooth transaction...
Is Now the Time to Sell Your Small Business?
2017 saw a record number of small businesses being sold. According to leading sales website, BizBuySell.com, 9,919 small businesses were reported sold in 2017, a 27% increase over 2016...
South Bend & Mishawaka 2017: A Year of New Construction, Expansion and Renovation
Whether commuting to work, walking your dog through Mishawaka’s Beutter park or riding your LimeBike on the new Smart Streets in Downtown South Bend, you have certainly noticed commercial construction activity...
Looking for a Change? We've Got You Covered!
The real estate industry has historically been an occupation of choice for those seeking a flexible schedule and the chance to utilize relationships to build a career. The industry is romantic and allows people with a penchant for service to support entrepreneurs...
Why Property Management = Financial Success
Whether you own one property or a portfolio, having an experienced property management team on your side is critical for your asset’s financial success. Here are several key components you should look for in your property management team...
Change is The Only Constant
Long ago, (as some of us might remember) downtowns were the heart of a city, with a strong beating sound of people, shopping, banking, living, entertainment and activity. The economic model changed over the years...
A New Generation of Marketing
While working through ideas for this article, one thread seemed to be consistent in my mind, “Time changes everything… or does it?” Millennials won’t remember the unique advertising campaign launched by Burma-Vita Company for their Burma-Shave shaving cream...
Michigan's New "Green" Industry
For the past decade or more, green industrial buildings have been a goal of developers and owners who want to reap the rewards of green technology. Lower operating costs, higher efficiency and less pollution are just a few of the benefits these industrial buildings offer...
Purpose Before Profit
Back in 1978, a twenty-five year old college dropout by the name of John Mackey and a twenty-one year old Rene Lawson Hardy scraped enough capital together to open a small natural foods store in Austin, Texas...
Successful businesses have processes in place that review their progress from the previous year, forecast needs and strategies for the years ahead. These meetings cover areas such as the current workforce, products, service offerings and expenses...
Interested in Buying REO Property?
The acronym REO stands for “Real Estate Owned” property. “REO” describes a class of property owned by a lender—typically a bank, government agency, or government loan insurer—after an unsuccessful sale at a foreclosure auction...
Driving Your NOI
As a Property and/or Asset Manager (Manager), we are constantly striving to ensure the highest NOI for every asset within our portfolio by maximizing revenue and minimizing expenses. NOI (Net Operating Income) is a term used to determine the financial health...
Architecture and 3-D Technology
Gone are the days where clients make design decisions solely based on the architect’s tried and true methods of communicating ideas. Floor plans, sections and elevations have been used by architects to convey design intent for centuries...
Funding Your Business Acquisition
Unless a business buyer is strapped with excess cash or has the financial backing of a strong and willing investor, funding a business acquisition can be a risky and stressful venture. Typically, small business acquisitions and start-ups are funded through loans from banks...
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
The Transportation, Distribution and Logistics (TDL) market sector and Manufacturing market sector stretching from the far west side of South Bend to the east side of Michigan City, even over to the far NW Indiana area has seen a significant growth in real estate inquiries...
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