• Finance

    Rent Growth

    by  • October 20, 2015 • CRE, Economics, Finance, General

    Robert McGarvey has an article out in TheStreet.com (“Priced Out of Dallas — And Other Real Estate Embarrassments”) about how rental growth has spread from the traditional high-rent markets of New York or San Francisco to the traditionally lower cost-of-living cities like Dallas and Atlanta. While it is not a deep dive into the economics […]

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    NPV demystified

    by  • January 26, 2012 • CRE, Economics, Finance

    Tenants working with brokers often are presented with financial spreadsheets breaking down potential deals or the financial implications of a few potential sites for lease. Usually somewhere close to the bottom, circled in red or highlighted (like the example on the right), is a dollar figure listed as the ‘net present value'(NPV)  of the deal(s). […]

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