Inland Empire, Prime for Multifamily Investment

The Inland Empire market, comprised of Riverside and San Bernardino counties, went through a significant downturn during the recession that is only now starting to see real signs of recovery


Inland region poised for economic growth new report says

It could be years before the Inland Empire gains back the jobs that were sapped by a devastating economic downturn, according to a report released Tuesday, which also showed that the region was poised for improvement.


New California 1031 Exchange Law Effective January 1, 2014

Effective January 1, 2014, all taxpayers – resident or non-resident – who sell California property in a 1031 exchange and purchase replacement property located outside of California will be required to report this annually to the California Franchise Tax Board.


Healthy Construction Levels in the Inland Empire

Allied Commercial associates, Steven Roppel & Tony Guglielmo, author an article for Western Real Estate Business Magazine's December 2013 Edition


Office Outlook: Vacancy Declines, Rents Rise in 2014

Office vacancy across the U.S. is expected to continue declining next year, dropping approximately 80 basis points to 14.3 percent by year-end...


A Stronger Asset

New sources of capital and increased demand have strengthened the commercial real estate market.


Multifamily and Industrial Continue Positive Gains

Strong demand in Multifamily & Industrial product continue to drive the sector higher. Click the link to view the full CCIM news story.


Good news for owners of smaller residential rental properties

Informative Article regarding the how to deduct improvements and repairs to business property, including commercial buildings and residential rentals.


Holt Boulevard build-out in Ontario a long-term plan

Construction continues on a new discount store at the corner of Bon View Avenue and Holt Boulevard on Monday in Ontario. City officials are hoping current construction could spark future development.


Work Gets Started on Transit-Oriented Res Development in Pomona

Realm Group LLC has obtained debt financing and started construction on Monterey Station, a 349-unit, transit-oriented apartment development on 6.5 acres in downtown Pomona.


New ADA Laws Could Provide Relief

Relief may be in sight for property and business owners from the rampant abuse by predatory ADA plaintiffs.


San Bernardino County Property Tax Assessment Appeal

The regular filing period for the County of San Bernardino begins July 2nd, 2013. You can file your appeal application online electronically. See below for more info.


New Commercial Real Estate Laws

Laws Impacting Commercial Property Owners in California that take effect July 1, 2013


JUST SOLD - 7.24 Acres Raw Land

Allied Commercial Real Estate is pleased to announce that Tony M. Guglielmo, CCIM has sold 7.24 Acres of Raw Land in San Bernardino, California


California Commercial Building Owners Must Disclose Energy Usage of the Building During Sale, Lease or Financing after July 1, 2013

Beginning, July 1, 2013, all California commercial buildings with a total gross floor area of more than 50,000 square feet are required to disclose the building's energy usage in advance of any sale, lease, or financing of the entire building. In order to ensure compliance with Assembly Bill 1103, owners of nonresidential buildings should: