Commercial Real Estate Services
Albright Callister & Associates is a Las Vegas based commercial real estate company with thorough and specialized Las Vegas real estate market knowledge. Whether you are looking to acquire, sell, or manage commercial real estate assets we possess the knowledge, insight, and service capabilities for your specific real estate needs.
If you are new to the commercial real estate industry or have completed many transactions we offer customized and tailored services for your specific need, with over 50 years of real estate experience in the Las Vegas market, our brokers and salespeople are equipped to be your trusted advisors in any situation.
We offer many services including, but not limited to:
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* Albright Callister & Associates, LLC is not a law firm or CPA firm. Its brokers, salespeople, and associates cannot advise you on legal or tax matter and recommends you consult your legal and tax advisors regarding all commercial real estate transactions.
Commercial Real Estate News
- Higher Materials Costs Don’t Slow Pace of Industrial Constructionon May 7, 2021 by Paul Bubny
Industrial construction continues at a strong pace across many U.S. markets, despite an unprecedented increase in materials pricing that is straining the development sector, Avison Young said in a new report. The cost increases haven’t been enough to significantly slow the industrial pipeline, currently exceeding 300 million square feet nationally. Dallas-Fort Worth, the Inland Empire, The post Higher Materials Costs Don’t Slow Pace of Industrial Construction appeared first on ConnectCRE.
- $4 Trillion in Stimulus Spending? Don’t Bet on Iton May 7, 2021 by Paul Bubny
President Biden’s ambitious stimulus programs—the $2.3-billion American Jobs Plan and the $1.8-trillion American Families Plan—have real estate investors contemplating the taxation impacts of these proposals. However, there’s a mitigating factor to consider: how much of the packages will actually be enacted. In the view of The Economist, it’ll be about half the total the White The post $4 Trillion in Stimulus Spending? Don’t Bet on It appeared first on ConnectCRE.