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At Keystone Commercial Brokerage we don’t just believe in buying and selling property. We want to give you the best customer service, the highest level of support for your real estate portfolio. We believe in listening to and guiding our clients during the whole process of buying and selling all types of real estate, from single-family homes to multi-unit residential and office space.

SILICON VALLEY COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

At Keystone Commercial Brokerage we don’t just believe in buying and selling property. We want to give you the best customer service, the highest level of support for your real estate portfolio. We believe in listening to and guiding our clients during the whole process of buying and selling all types of real estate, from single-family homes to multi-unit residential and office space.

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UNDERSTANDING OPPORTUNITY ZONES

When the new tax bill was passed at the end of 2017, it contained numerous benefits for investors and businesses, and the tax treatment of real estate changed significantly. However, there is one aspect of the new tax bill that really hasn’t been getting much attention, especially in the Silicon Valley area – Opportunity Zones and Opportunity Funds.
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OPPORTUNITY ZONES IN SAN JOSE

Due to the relative wealth of the Silicon Valley area, finding Opportunity Zones for tax-preferred investment is challenging. Few communities have significant census tracts that fully qualify for the program. Except for San Jose Read more about how Opportunity Zones work here. As reported in BizNow, San Jose’s Opportunity Zones have the advantage of significant geographic diversity, and are comprised of various different types of assets, from residential to mixed use and industrial. This should attract interest from a variety of investors.
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SILICON VALLEY EXPERIENCES BOOM IN COMMERCIAL RE

A booming tech sector has led to steady grown in commercial real estate in Silicon Valley, as evidenced by decreasing vacancies and improving rents, according to a new report issued by Colliers International. At its Colliers Real Estate Trends 2019 conference, held in San Jose last week, Colliers reported that by the end of 2018, office vacancies were at the lowest point they have been since 2015. In 2018, vacancies were 6.6%, as opposed to 6.2% in 2015.
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ORCHARD CORPORATE CENTER SOLD FOR $47.79MM

A local private investor has purchased Orchard Corporate Center from South Bay Development Co. The 101,374-square-foot office campus in San Jose sold for $47.79 million, or approximate $471/sq ft. The properties at 2755 and 2777 Orchard Parkway are fully leased. Developed by South Bay Development Co in 2017, the Class A buildings are less than a mile from the Bonaventura light rail station, and span 5.3 acres.
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Apartment Vacancy Rising in San Jose

After years of demand outstripping supply, the apartment vacancy rates in San Jose are starting to inch upwards as the COVID pandemic continues to put pressure on housing markets in the tech-rich havens around San Francisco. While San Jose has steadily been adding units for the last several years, much of the focus has been on housing to support staffing increases at the big tech firms that provided a steady supply of tenants for expensive new apartments. As many of the big tech firms have paused hiring or have embraced telecommuting to broaden work-from-home staff outside of Silicon Valley, the ...
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Newsom Signs Slate of Bills Aimed at Increasing Affordable Housing

Last month, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed 15 bills designed to address the state's availability of affordable housing. The measures include incentives to build near public transit and increasing density bonuses for developers. California has long struggled to deal with homelessness and housing affordability, as increasing rent and home values squeeze out working families and make housing difficult to attain. The pandemic has increased urgency around these issues, even as Governor Newsom expanded eviction moratoriums through the end of January. A housing crisis is expected throughout the US when the moratoriums are eventually lifted and renters are faced with balloon ...
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Further Tightening in Office Market Defies National Trends

Throughout this somewhat uncommon 2020, Silicon Valley has continued to demonstrate strength and resiliency in the commercial office space market. Rising occupancy levels continued in the 2nd quarter, and as demand continued to outstrip the growth in supply, according to CoStar. Seattle is the only major metro area in the US that has lower availability. If we assume that any recessions resulting from COVID pandemic remains short, the fundamentals for the Bay area appear headed for only a slight softening, says CoStar analyst Jesse Gundersheim. The job loss picture across the nation as a whole is catastrophic, but the Silicon ...
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Low Vacancy Trend Continues in San Jose

Beginning in 2012, occupancy growth has been on a continued trend to outstrip supply. In 2019, that growth exceeded supply by a whopping 1 million square feet. In a report published by CoStar, occupancy in San Jose grew by 2.4 million square feet, yet supply only grew by 1.4 millions square feet. This squeezed vacancy rates to a low 8.4%, which puts the Bay Area near the lowest vacancy rates in the United States. Vacancy has been below the national average since the trend began in 2012. In addition to Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Seattle join the club with ...
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