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Choose to Succeed by Joseph W. Brady

Jan 7, 2013  /  Comments

So. Cal. Multi-Family Complex & Retail Strip Center For Purchase

Jan 5, 2013  /  Comments
Joseph W. Brady Inc., dba The Bradco Companies is representing a client that is looking to purchase an investment property in Los Angeles County, Ventura County, and Orange County. The Client is looking to purchase a Class B Multi-Family apartment complex in a Class A neighborhood with a minimum 100

Alam Realty selects The Bradco Companies to represent its new location

Dec 17, 2012  /  Comments
Joseph W. Brady, CCIM, SIOR and President of Joseph W. Brady, Inc. dba The Bradco Companies, the High Desert’s longest serving full-service commercial, industrial, office, retail and land brokerage company is pleased to announce their recent placement of Mr. Mohammad Alam, president broker of

The commercial lease pitfalls and ‘327 Questions To Ask Before You Sign a Lease’

Sep 10, 2012  /  Comments
Today’s soft commercial real estate market has a great many opportunities for savvy companies, yet with opportunities comes risk. Each year, seven percent of the nation’s commercial real estate leases expire. Lurking inside almost every tenants lease are potential loop holes, traps,

The Bradco Companies Places Thriving Law Practice For Prime Victorville Location

Aug 20, 2012  /  Comments
Joseph W. Brady, CCIM, SIOR and president of Joseph W. Brady, Inc. dba The Bradco Companies, the High Desert’s longest standing full-service commercial, industrial, office, retail and land brokerage company, is pleased to announce that Victorville Civic Center’s newest professional

High Desert Market Analysis

Jun 8, 2012  /  Comments
The Bradco Companies maintains a presentation called the High Desert Market Analysis. This presentation highlights the good things that are happening economically, as well as the challenges facing the region. This document is in pdf form please click here to review.

Real Estate Market Recovery?

Jun 4, 2012  /  Comments
By Dr. Alfred J. Gobar Chairman, Alfred Gobar Associates As illustrated in Exhibit A, the recent recession was considerably deeper in percentage terms than the one that affected Southern California after June 1990. Sadly, the recovery from the most recent recession is a good deal more anemic than

Industrial Firms Continued to Absorb Space in the Inland Empire at a very High Rate in 2011

Jun 4, 2012  /  Comments
By: Ronald J. Barbieri, Ph.D, CPA One of the primary economic drivers of the Inland Empire and therefore the High Desert is the expansion of warehousing and distribution facilities as well as manufacturing operations in the Inland Empire. Such industrial operations provide Base Employment for the

Transportation Projects Still Planned

May 14, 2012  /  Comments
San Bernardino Associated Governments, known as SANBAG, is the council of governments and transportation planning agency for San Bernardino County. SANBAG is responsible for ooperative regional planning and furthering an efficient multi-modal transportation system countywide. SANBAG serves the 2.1

Preparing to Grow Again

May 14, 2012  /  Comments
Just as Route 66, the ‘Mother Road’ that once coursed through San Bernardino County promised a new life for thousands of Dust Bowl refugees, today another road following much the same route is poised to guide San Bernardino County - and especially the Victor Valley - back to economic