KARNES is proud to announce that Managing Partner, Brian Reece, will be a narrator for the upcoming Triangle Apartment Association (TAA) Fall Construction Bus Tour. In addition to seeing several new apartment communities in the Triangle, bus tour participants will also receive market information including analysis by KARNES.
Don’t miss this truly unique experience to hear from industry leaders about submarket performance, market trends, new product trends, demographic and employment statistics, and factors that are driving new development. Whether you are an investor, owner, developer or operator, you will walk away with a better understanding of the Raleigh-Durham-Cary Market!
The bus tour will take place Friday, October 17th from 9AM-3PM. Cost is $75 Members/ $85 Non-Members
Click here for more information or to register today!
Join Managing Partners Andrew Jenkins and Brian Reece, Wednesday, March 19th, as KARNES and local commercial real estate professionals attend the 2014 CCIM Triangle Market Forecast. KARNES is pleased to be a Statewide Bronze Sponsor of this event, as well as the Charlotte Market Forecast, which will be held on April 9th. KARNES will be providing copies of our 3rd annual Tri-City North Carolina Commercial Real Estate Market Report at each of these events. Be sure to attend in order order to get your copy of this report, which provides provides an overview of the office, industrial, and retail markets in Charlotte, Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point, and Raleigh-Durham NC during 2013.
Keynote speakers at the Triangle Market Forecast include:
John Jung – Regional Economy
Bob Hukill – Grandbridge
Steve Bell – Why Raleigh, Why Triangle
The event will be held at Embassy Suites in Cary. Registration and networking will begin at 11:10am, and the program luncheon will begin at 12pm.
Posted on December 13, 2013 by info4karnesco - Apartments, Asheville, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Commercial Property Exchange, Durham, Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point, Industrial, Land, Office, Online Training, Raleigh, Retail, Tips & Tricks, Training, Triangle, Western NC
Share Branded PDF Reports with Your Clients
One of the many integrated features of the KARNES CPE system is the Property Traffic Analysis function. Many users may not be aware of this powerful feature.
While users are working hard to market properties, the Traffic Analysis feature provides useful insight into property traffic data for All or a specified Property by defined time frame, where/how the property was viewed and who viewed the property.
Beyond providing property traffic details, the Property Traffic Analysis function allows the creation of a PDF report that can be emailed or printed and can also be easily customized by adding company logos and headers. Beyond personal insight, this report creates a excellent branded marketing piece to provide to clients to illustrate listing activity, or to use during organizational meetings.
Powerful Traffic Analysis Filters
To access the Property Traffic Analysis function, simply login to your account and click on Traffic Analysis under the Home/MyProperties tab. From here you can filter our results with a variety of options including: Date Range, View Type, View Source and Select Property. The Traffic Summary Graph displays total number of views by day/date based on selected filter, while the Traffic Summary Chart displays the Name, Company and Number of Views of the Top Viewers. The Activity Chart displays the Date Viewed, Property Viewed, CPE #, Source Type, Source Name (if a member), Source Company (if a member), and View Type.
With the New Year right around the corner, utilizing the Property Traffic Analysis function is another powerful tool to add to your CPE routine to make 2014 a success!
Keep in mind that the Property Traffic Analysis feature is one of the many benefits that can only be accessed by Paid Subscribers. If you are ready to be the latest organization or subscriber to harness the tools and features of a KARNES-powered commercial property exchange, contact our sales team today!
As Fall has quickly arrived with cooler temperatures, things at KARNES are heating up as we welcome a new group of subscribers! Since we are now in the last quarter of 2013, we would like to reflect on the new companies and brokers across North Carolina that have joined a KARNES-powered commercial property exchange during the past few months. The following firms and/or individuals will now be utilizing the vast tools and features of a KARNES-powered commercial property exchange:
Welcome New Members
- Todd Harrelson at Trinity Partners
- Bobby Stovall at Drucker & Falk
- Angela Daniels at Drucker & Falk
- KG/M Property Group
- Brent Allen at Keller Williams Professionals
- Messick Properties Group, Inc.
- The Meridian Realty Group, Inc
- Lou Jewell at Dan River Real Estate
- Susie Mickey at Keller Williams Commercial Triad
- Richard Johnson at Keller Williams Commercial Triad
- Deborah Cross at Price Commercial Properties
- Angela Lawrence at North Carolina Homes Realty
- Fred Acree at The Baldwin Companies
- Tina Dezern at StillWater Properties II
- Kuester Real Estate Services, Inc.
- Carl L. Kirk
- Andrew DeLamielleure at Lat Purser & Associates, Inc.
- Ken Charnock at Valuation Group – NC
- Katherine Richey at Trinity Partners
- Pappas Properties, LLC
- James C. Blanton at Insite Properties, LLC
- Joseph L. Johnson at Coldwell Banker Commercial-MECA
- Nick Katopodis at CharCom Properties
- Team Ervin Realty
- David Doar at Magnum Realty Advisors, LLC
- Mason Adams at Piedmont Properties of the Carolinas, Inc.
- Drew Gulledge at Legacy Real Estate Advisors, LLC
- Nancy Troutman at KW Commercial
- Robert Drayton at City of Charlotte
- Tim O’Brien at City of Charlotte
- Dorian Carter at OnPointe Partners
- Brandan Pierce at The Keith Corporation
- Lynne Booth at Coldwell Banker United Realtors
- Elliott Farmer at NAI Southern Real Estate
- W. Reid Smith at REID Real Estate Company
- Spencer Borders at Foothills Commercial Real Estate
- Ed Gulledge at Universal Realty
- Jamey Cox at Allen Tate Company
- Kathie Day at KW Commercial
- Betsy Gudger at FMG, Inc
- Erik Aasland at Appalachian Realty Associates
- Michael Figura at Mosaic Community Lifestyle Realty
- Duckett Real Estate Services
- Andrew Burch at Ford Realty
Welcome New CPE Weblink Organizations
- Alpha Commercial Real Estate
- Landvestors Group, LLC
Are you ready to be the latest organization or subscriber to harness the tools and features of a KARNES-powered commercial property exchange ? Contact our sales team today!
KARNES was recently quoted in an article released by NewsObserver.com, which highlights how “Highwoods Properties’ Weston Lakefront would put a trio of towers between Weston Parkway and Lake Crabtree in northern Cary, according to sketch plans received by the town on May 22.”
Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2013/05/29/2925627/highwoods-huge-cary-office-project.html#storylink=cpy
Posted on April 18, 2013 by info4karnesco - Charlotte, Commercial Property Exchange, Construction Update, Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point, In the News, Industrial, KARNES Perspective, Office, Raleigh, Retail, Triangle
Andrew Jenkins, managing partner of KARNES, was a speaker today at the Appraisal Institute 2013 Real Estate Valuation Conference, which took place in Charlotte. The panel event featured various industry experts including Mark Vitner (Senior Economist, Wells Fargo), Roger Cobb ( Broker, Selwyn Property Group), Jon Morris (Broker, Beacon Partners), and Henry Breaux (Broker, The Providence Group).
Mr. Jenkins’s discussion provided an insight into commercial market data, analysis and trends, from the largest regions across North Carolina.
Click here to download a PDF version of the presentation and read on for a transcript of the presentation’s key points:
Tri-City Market Overview
April 18, 2013
Presented by Andrew Jenkins, Managing Partner, KARNES
Tri-City Market Overview Introduction
- KARNES began producing the Tri-City Commercial Real Estate Market Report in 2012 in an effort to bring a standardized analysis method across the state.
- The intention of the report is to provide an annual review, at a high level, of the commercial markets in the three major NC regions.
2013 CCIM Market Forecasts
The 2013 CCIM Market Forecasts were a great success and it was our pleasure to get a chance to see familiar faces along with new ones during the past two weeks at the 2013 CCIM Market Forecasts in Greensboro, Charlotte and Cary.
Each of the forecasts focused on the opportunities upcoming in the North Carolina market with an emphasis on how education and workforce development will continue to spur growth in the state.
In addition to a positive outlook for 2013, KARNES was pleased to report that each of the commercial real estate sectors reported positive growth during 2012 in our Tri-City North Carolina Commercial Real Estate Market Report. If you were unable to attend one of the forecasts and would like a copy of this report please look for us at one of the many upcoming networking event during 2013.
Below is an executive summary of our report’s key findings:
Join us on March 12th in Charlotte and March 13th in Cary, as KARNES and local commercial real estate professionals attend the 2013 CCIM Market Forecasts. KARNES is pleased to be a Tri-City Bronze Sponsor of these events and will be providing copies of our annual Tri-City North Carolina Commercial Real Estate Market Report at each of these events as well. Be sure to attend in order to get your copy of this report, which provides a year-in-review of commercial markets in the Charlotte, Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point, and Raleigh-Durham regions.
The Charlotte event will be moderated by Jim Rogers, Flagship Capital and Drew Showfety, NC-CCIM President, will be held at the Carmel Country Club. The Triangle event will be moderated by Thomas “Skip” Hill, Highwoods Properties and Drew Showfety, NC-CCIM President, will be held at the Embassy Suites in Cary. Registration and networking will begin at 11:15am, and the program luncheon will begin at 11:45am for both events.
The Woodward Building (pictured above) at Ballantyne is one of two speculative buildings delivered at Ballantyne Corporate Park during 2012. Image provided by The Bissell Companies
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that MetLife, Inc., intends to create 2,600 jobs in Charlotte and Cary, North Carolina by the end of 2015. While the final location of the Cary office has not been decided, it appears that MetLife will lease the entirety of the 276,120-square-foot Gragg Building at the Ballantyne Corporate Center. The Gragg Building, which was completed at the end of 2012, was one of two buildings developed on speculation at the Charlotte office park during 2012. MetLife’s occupancy of this 276,120-square-foot building would have a dramatic impact on the vacancy rate in the NC-51/Southeast submarket in Charlotte. The vacancy rate in the NC-51/Southeast submarket was 20.2% at the end of 2012 and would decrease 4% points when MetLife occupies the space.