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Commercial Real Estate News

By Alex Griffin | Investment Associate | Beman Group
Blanchard and Calhoun Commercial

A new decade has begun, being led by what is certain to be an interesting year: 2020. The Roaring Twenties have begun again and this year will bring about uncertainty in politics (election year), the economy (longest expansion in US history and ongoing trade wars), and geopolitical concerns (Iran, Russia, China, etc.). With real estate, I expect there to be a lot of surprises as well, and I hope to highlight a lot of the news in real estate throughout the year. That being said, here are 3 news stories to kick start your 2020!

Heitman Names Top Real Estate Markets
Real estate investment manager, Heitman, has named their top three metro markets for global real

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Blanchard and Calhoun Top Broker

Augusta, GA- March 19, 2019- Blanchard and Calhoun Commercial Real Estate announced today that it has been named Top Leasing Firm and Director Davis Beman has been named Top Industrial Leasing Broker in the 2018 CoStar Power Broker Awards for the Augusta/Richmond County Market. The Awards are presented by CoStar Group, Inc., the leading organization recognizing professionals and firms who closed the highest transaction volume in their respective markets, along with recognizing professionals in several Commercial Real Estate categories including office leasing, retail leasing, industrial leasing and sales.

“We highly value all of our Broker partnerships such as CoStar and are honored to be recognized as Top Leasing Broker and Firm in the Augusta CRE

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With the cyber wave beginning to grow, Augusta's apartment market is primed for growth, making our market attractive for investment. Buoyed by two stable industries, Military and Healthcare, Augusta has seen steady, albeit low rent growth for the past decade or so, but with conservative estimates showing Fort Gordon bringing an additional 14,000 employees and dependents to Augusta by 2023, rent growth should exceed the national average for the next few years. Also aiding rent growth is the lack of new development over the past decade, specifically in the luxury market.

There are a few reasons for limited development. First, land prices in the area have been low, keeping new home prices down, thereby making home ownership attractive relative to

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