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Cassidy Turley is a national team of commercial real estate professionals with a proven track record of delivering superior results for our clients. We are dedicated to consistently providing solutions that are creative, cost-effective and responsive to our clients’ specific real estate needs, while supporting overall business performance.

- Completed transactions valued at $25.8 billion in 2013

- Manage over 400 million SF on behalf of private, institutional and corporate clients

- Maintain more than 60 offices nationwide


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Are FASB and GAAP Finally Catching Up with the Capital Markets?

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By David Kamen, Senior Managing Director

Following the global financial crisis, U.S. and international accounting-standards boards defined their new strategy and proposed rule changes as an effort to increase transparency for investors. In theory, they’re right. Gone would be the distinction between operating and capital leases. Instead, companies will need to account on balance sheets for every material asset and include asset depreciation on income statements.

Tolliver's Take: U.S. Port Congestion Choking Supply Lines

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By Jason Tolliver, Regional Vice President 

Port slowdowns have cascaded through commercial supply chains for months, but things just got serious for sports fans. The beloved bobblehead is the latest victim of West Coast port congestion, with shipments of the wacky wobblers at anchor, forcing franchises around the world of sport to offer fans vouchers instead of the noble nodders. Vouchers instead of bobbleheads? Come on, man.

What Do Gas Prices Have to Do with Holiday Sales?

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By Garrick BrownVP of Research, West Region

After a strong fall of robust economic growth, we are rethinking our original prediction of a 3.5% increase in holiday sales. Since making our initial prediction, research findings and reports have revealed a strong U.S. economy, and the shorter-than-normal holiday shopping season no longer seems to pose the threat once feared to retail sales.

Tolliver's Take: E-commerce Fulfillment Fueling Industrial Demand

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By Jason Tolliver, Regional Vice President 

In honor of Thanksgiving, I’m exceedingly thankful to be a dad. And in preparation for Christmas, it’s important to know that dads know supply chains. Sure, moms are the skilled tacticians of shopping, but we are the logistical linchpin. We hold places in line, we carry things, and we were there.

Three Reasons to be Optimistic About CRE in 2015

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By Kevin Thorpe, Chief Economist

With gas prices falling and consumer spending, home prices and stock values all on the rise, there is plenty of positive economic news in the U.S. right now. What’s more, job growth is currently at a 15-year high with nearly 230,000 new payrolls on the books each month! At this rate, 2015 looks like it will shape up to be a great year ahead.  

[UPDATED: Winners Announced!] Tweet Your Favorite Energy Efficiency Tips

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By Katie Ross, Sustainability Project Manager

UPDATE! Congratulations to our six grand prize winners for your #EnergySmart entries (see the winning entries below). Thanks to everyone who tweeted their favorite energy efficiency tips, nice work!  

This fall, we crowd sourced for savings with a social media contest seeking energy efficiency tips from the public. As an ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year, Cassidy Turley constantly looks for new ways to reduce our energy usage and carbon emissions, as well ways we can engage our tenants, associates and the public. Everyone has their own tricks and approaches to saving energy, and we enjoyed learning about all the creative methods for implementing energy efficiency at work or at home.

Three Ways Weather Impacts Property Operating Expenses

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By Rebecca Rockey, Economist 

Both businesses and governments recognize that weather is becoming more volatile, and the impact from weather-related events on building operating expenses is also on the rise.  

With these trends in mind, this week our firm released a new white paper, How Weather Impacts Your Building’s Bottom Line. The paper takes a look at how operating expenses of commercial buildings significantly vary based on weather volatility as well as building design and geographic location.

Four Key Points about the Upswing in U.S. Manufacturing

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By Jason Tolliver, Regional Vice President 

It’s not your imagination. U.S. manufacturing really is reshoring – or returning – in the U.S., and the need for production space is only expected to increase. I was recently interviewed for an article in Realtor Magazine discussing the trend as well as its promising impact on commercial real estate. 

Three Trends Happening Now in the U.S. Industrial Sector

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By Kevin Thorpe, Chief Economist

Last week our firm distributed its Fall 2014 Industrial Sector Analysis and a corresponding video highlighting the current state and future outlook for the U.S. industrial sector.

Fall 2014 U.S. Office Sector Analysis – A Few Key Points

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By Kevin Thorpe, Chief Economist

This week our firm released its Fall 2014 U.S. Office Sector Analysis and a corresponding video measuring the state and future outlook for the office sector.  Keep reading for a few highlights from the report:

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