Posted in Commercial Real Estate

July 2020 Commercial Insights

The commercial real estate sector continues to struggle as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The hotel and retail property markets are the heaviest hit, while multi-family and industrial are performing relatively well, with the office sector in the middle of the pack.

The improving job market is the silver lining on the economic horizon, but the resurgence of coronavirus cases is casting a pall on the job recovery and the continued opening of businesses that underpin the generation of rental income for commercial and multifamily properties.

Author:

Amy Gamarra: Broker Principle of Aim Higher Commercial Real Estate Group •President of Toastmasters en Español Club #971 since July 2018 •Experience in Real Estate Since 1997 •Member of MLS / FAR / NAR / Miami Commercial •Member of CREW •Member of DREIA / BREIA •Business Administrator •Experience in Social Media and Marketing •Specialized in Office / Warehouse Leasing and Sales I have a Degree in Business Administration. I previously held Licenses in Health, Life and Variable annuities, Investments Series 6 & 63. I have attended numerous seminars that improve skills such as Sales, Leadership, Marketing, Management and Team Building techniques. On my spare time I earned an Associates Degree with Logos Christian College and Graduate School in Bible Studies in addition to Traveling throughout the United States to study Real Estate Investments and Creative Financing. People say I am very organized. I have a talent for creating business systems and strategies that make sense and are successful. My experience in Finance and Business makes Commercial Real Estate the perfect fit for me because I understand what business owners need and what they are looking for in a Commercial Broker.

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