Southern California Commercial Real Estate:
Office Market May Be Rebounding

Southern California Commercial Real Estate | Costa Real Estate Digest

John Barganski, Vice President of leasing for Brookfield Office Properties, is photographed in front of the Earnst & Young Plaza in Downtown Los Angeles on July 18, 2012. (Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times)

Good News For Southern California Commercial Real Estate As L.A. County Vacancy Rates Drop and Average Rents Climb

Good news for Southern California commercial real estate as 2nd quarter figures show office vacancy rates moved down a bit. Now this doesn't mean that landlords are home free … most markets are still considered to have the tenants in the driver's seat. However, it is movement in the right direction for a change.

Read about it in this LA Times article by Roger Vincent:

Southern California office market may be rebounding – Los Angeles …

Roger Vincent – "Southern California's long-languishing office market finally managed to utter a convincing peep in the … COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY REPORT…" Los Angeles Times
http://articles.latimes.com/2012/jul/22/business/la-fi-commre-overview-20120722

Southern California Commercial Real Estate Has A Long Way To Go

As we've been seeing for a long time now, the majority of transactions are lease renewals, and not new space being rented. As with everything else, Southern California commercial real estate is tied to the jobs market. Until we see improvement there … and significant improvement … all good news must be taken with a grain of salt.

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