The Building Owners and Managers Association of Anchorage recently released its Alaska Commercial Real Estate 2013 Forecast and the results should be enough to give investors and commercial property buyers pause. The forecast indicated that several big name stores are interested in moving into the area and that commercial rent prices are stable. That means that if you are interested in buying or renting commercial property in Anchorage, Alaska, the time to strike might be now.
The forecast report showed that Cabela’s, which is a hunting and outdoor store, Pita Pit, Whole Foods and the Hard Rock Café are thinking about buying up commercial property in Anchorage, Alaska. With more big name stores moving into the area, that means increased investment opportunities and improved job growth.
The economy is stronger than ever in Anchorage and big business is starting to take notice. This all points to positive investment opportunities and more commercial property in Anchorage, Alaska than we’ve seen in recent years.
Anchorage is a historical and growing culture hub that serves as the transportation, business and banking center of the state of Alaska. The city was only incorporated back in 1920, so the city is still relatively young. Yet more families continue to relocate to the state. In fact, half the population of the state of Alaska resides in and around Anchorage.
For this reason, and for the commercial property influx that is expected to happen in Anchorage this year, the time is now to invest in or rent property in Anchorage, Alaska.
As an Anchorage realtor, I would love to discuss one or more of the many commercial investment opportunities available. I can make searching easy and know the area and its properties very well.
Contact me today and let me know what type of commercial property you’re interested in. To see a full listing of commercial properties in Anchorage, Alaska, visit [Insert Link Here].
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