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What is a Multi-Family Home?

What is a Multi-Family Home?  If you are considering investing in real estate, one opportunity for building long-term wealth includes a multi-family home. But what is a multi-family home? A multi-family home is defined by a residential property in which there are two or more separate dwelling units – each with their own kitchen, bathrooms […]

What is Old Can be Made New Again

What is Old Can be Made New Again  Buildings across the country have fallen victim to changes in the market and the rise of technology. But what is old can be made new again, and these seven buildings are living their best second lives – repurposed and transformed into trendy facilities for today’s modern use. […]

In Commercial Development, Time Equals Money

In Commercial Development, Time Equals Money  In commercial development, time equals money, and the crew at Knipp Commercial recognizes the successful completion of your construction project, whether it is a residential property or a commercial investment, is crucial. The Knipp Commercial team has over forty years of construction experience and after completing more than 20,000 […]

Where Are the Ten Most Expensive Office Streets in America?

Where Are the Ten Most Expensive Office Streets in America?  According to JLL Research, these deep-pocketed companies are paying up to 47 percent premium for office space, on the most expensive streets in America. Where are the ten most expensive office streets in America? Sand Hill Road, Silicon Valley: located in the San Francisco Bay […]

Are Shopping Malls Worth the Investment?

Are Shopping Malls Worth the Investment?  Are shopping malls worth the investment? According to a study done by Boenning & Scattergood, the top ten malls in America are bringing in in roughly $21 billion in retails sales annually – and fetching upwards of $1,000 per square foot in rent prices. The U.S. retail real estate […]

Ten Tips for Landlords

Ten Tips for Landlords  Ifnvesting in residential real estate as a landlord can be a lucrative way to build long-term wealth. But before you jump into the landlord seat, you need to be aware of what might be expected of you. Here are ten tips for landlords. Provide a secure premise. Disclose environment hazards. Purchase […]

Sam’s Club Closes Multiple Locations Across the U.S.

Sam’s Club Closes Multiple Locations Across the U.S.  Sam’s Club which is owned by retail giant, Walmart announced last week it’s plans to close or convert sixty-three of their stores across the U.S. In the announcement, the company said the decision to close these locations was based on the need to better fulfill online orders, […]

10 Housing Markets to Watch in 2018

10 Housing Markets to Watch in 2018  According to the 2018 Housing Forecast published by Trulia, there are several factors that could impact the housing market this year. One factor that will continue its upward movement in 2018 is the rate of homeownership. “Homeownership will continue its comeback story in 2018, as Gen Xers who […]

Why Hire Knipp Commercial for Your Next Real Estate Project?

Why Hire Knipp Commercial for Your Next Real Estate Project?  For more than forty years, the Knipp name has been helping commercial developers, landlords and investors with their real estate development needs, and navigating the commercial real estate market with ease. Pre-construction services Project consultation Development services General contracting Permits and budgets Tenant improvement/build-outs Quality […]

A Look into the 2018 Real Estate Market 

A Look into the 2018 Real Estate Market al  According to the Urban Land Institute, we can expect a relatively smooth ride looking into the 2018 real estate market. Its been anything but slow this year, but the consensus of real estate experts and analysts who were surveyed, there is no sign of a drop-in altitude. […]

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