Cherry Hill, NJ, November 22, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Terry is a full time marketing professional, and has the tools and knowledge to assist commercial/investment property owners with their real estate needs, thereby relieving them of a potentially stressful and time-consuming situation. He will find buyers and/or secure tenants for any vacant properties for those owners.
Even though a majority of the commercial real estate sectors are still experiencing hardships with office and retail vacancies continuing to rise there is some light at the end of the tunnel. NAR has said with imports and exports in the U.S. rising, the demand for industrial and commercial space will improve. NAR research has shown that multifamily units are still performing well. That the vacancy rates for many multifamily properties are falling and rents are expected to rise. Terry believes that this is mostly due to home ownership rates falling and people postponing home purchases in the short term.
NAR’s 2011 commercial forecast shows steady improvement in the market with rents stabilizing and net absorption slowly improving and Terry wants to help the commercial property owners capitalize on this as he did with first-time home buyers and HUD owned home purchasers. NAR also predicts a moderate GDP expansion of 2 percent to 2.5 percent in the next two years and an unemployment rate of eight percent in 2012 and six percent in 2015. With these kind of numbers Terry believes that the future is bright and he is optimistic that the hardships in the commercial market will come to an end and the beginning of a steady growth in revenue.
Terry is affiliated with ReSales & Investment Realty, LLC, which is not just a real estate brokerage company but it is a marketing company. His and their business focus is not to just list your commercial property, but to market it so as to get it sold or leased in the shortest time period and for the maximum amount. They have surpassed each of the three counties in New Jersey in minimizing the number of days the property is on the market before it is sold; for 2009 - 87 days vs 96 days in Camden County, 105 days in Burlington County, and 105 days in Gloucester County. They also did better then the average days on market in those counties for 2007 and 2008. To find out what services Terry Iwaniw can offer you, go to http://www.terryiwaniw.com or write to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.