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Protect Your Center From a Storm

August 17, 2016

With all the rain this past week it is good to know that most shopping centers have a severe-weather emergency policy in place. In 1999 The National Weather Service commenced a voluntary Storm Ready program to motivate communities and business to be prepared for tornadoes, hurricanes and similar storms by setting up disaster plans. The […]

Medical Real Estate Market Report

February 10, 2011

San Antonio’s medical real estate market, regarded by some as a bright spot in a weak economy, has seen a slowdown, according to the latest quarterly medical market report from NAI REOC San Antonio. Leasing activity in third quarter 2010 generated 54,291 sf of positive net absorption, the report showed. This was led by the […]

Congress has set aside the “Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) model

December 16, 2010

The big news of the week was the agreement between the White House and the GOP to extend the Bush tax cuts for two years and provide other temporary tax relief at a cost of $800 billion. But perhaps under the radar, the biggest news for doctors was an agreement to set aside the sustainable […]

Medical Office Construction Remains Strong in San Antonio

October 16, 2010

If you’re looking for new commercial development in San Antonio, you may be hard pressed to find any. The commercial real estate market in San Antonio, like nearly every other large city in the country, is at a virtual standstill. That is, unless you look at medical office construction.  San Antonio office space is no […]

Medical Office 2nd Quarter 2010

August 6, 2010

As one might expect with uncertainty, especially the uncertainty surrounding Health Care, Medical Office overall vacancy rate increased and the leasing activity slowed in the 2nd quarter of 2010, as people are sidelined, waiting for what exactly will happen in this industry.  In spite of this, Healthcare and Bioscience, is a true bright spot in […]