• Meybohm Commercial’s September 2022 Newsletter

    Kayla Hogan | September 22, 2022

    A MONTH TO SEPTEMBER A new store, a storage facility, a shopping center, and more. August was a fun month! Let’s see what we “fall” into in October!   RECENT PROJECTS 2523 Tobacco Road | Travis Reed: Once under contract, this 24.3 acre property at the intersection of Tobacco and Windsor Spring Roads, adjoining Walmart

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  • Meybohm Commercial’s August 2022 Newsletter

    Kayla Hogan | August 26, 2022

    IT’S ALREADY AUGUST? JULYING… With transactions all the way to Mississippi and a new team member, it’s been a fun and productive month! Congratulations to David Hogg on being named Chair of Piedmont Augusta Foundation!   DAVID HOGG NAMED CHAIR OF PIEDMONT AUGUSTA FOUNDATION “Augusta is the place I call home. The place I was

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  • Meybohm Commercial’s July 2022 Newsletter

    Kayla Hogan | July 26, 2022

    FLYING HIGH IN JULY A few shopping centers, acres, and businesses later, July has flown by! We’re looking forward to continued growth as the weather cools down and everyone gets back into the swing of things. Check back in August!   RECENT PROJECTS 201 Main Street | Karen Daly: Exciting news for New Ellenton, SC!

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  • Meybohm Commercial’s June 2022 Newsletter

    Kayla Hogan | June 30, 2022

    ONCE IN A BLUE JUNE Amongst some fun events, like our Spring Vice President Appreciation Event, ICSC Conference, and opening our new development office, we’ve stayed busy with all kinds of deals. Land sales, warehouses, corporate moves, and more! It may be hot here but the heat isn’t slowing us down!   WHAT WE’VE BEEN

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  • Meybohm Commercial’s May 2022 Newsletter

    Kayla Hogan | May 13, 2022

    MAY DAY MAY DAY Wrapping up April and heading into May means warmer weather is right around the corner. We enjoyed sponsoring and attending some local events but we loved how much time we got to spend honoring our staff recently! We closed some major deals this month, on behalf of our clients, and we’re

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  • Meybohm Commercial’s April 2022 Newsletter

    Kayla Hogan | April 25, 2022

    APRIL WAS NO FOOL… As our main office is located in Augusta, GA, April means The Masters. Most things go on pause for the first full week in April. However, we stayed busy. Despite the biggest (and best) golf tournament happening just down the road, our clients come first. We brought a Food Lion, a

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  • Due Diligence Checklist for Multifamily Acquisition

    Jonathan Aceves | September 2, 2021

    If you’re looking to invest in a multifamily property in this market, it’s just a fact: Expect to analyze and make offers on multiple properties to find the right fit. So, having a system in place to do the necessary due diligence will help you not only move faster but also make fewer mistakes. Our

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  • Estoppels: Why Investors Should Use Them

    Jonathan Aceves | August 30, 2021

      Last year, my partners and I closed on a portfolio of rental properties. The owner assured us that there were no leases or security deposits. After we closed, we discovered that there were in fact leases and deposits, and he refused to refund them. We decided it would be cheaper to eat the difference

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  • Need to Figure Out Market Rents? Here’s How

    Jonathan Aceves | August 26, 2021

    If you’re considering a real estate investment, you’re probably asking yourself what the market rents are for a given property. So, how do you figure out the rental projections for a given market? A rent study should answer that question and give you the tools you need to make an educated guess of where rents

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  • Downtown Market Report w/ Covid-Related Data Analysis

    John Eckley | May 28, 2021

    We’ve just released special edition of our 1st Quarter Downtown Market Report.  As commercial brokers, we have access to a powerful tool called Placer.ai that allows us to analyze anonymous cell phone and credit card data over time.  Using this data, we were able to compare the last quarter to Q2 2020, when Covid was

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