Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Unraveling the Mystery of Commercial R.E. in Illinois & Beyond on Go Ahead, ASK!

Investing in Chicago Illinois Commercial Real Estate 

Have you considered investing in commercial real estate in Chicago, Illinois or beyond?  Are you thinking about selling commercial real estate in another state and repositioning in the greater Chicago, Illinois real estate market?  

Alex Ruggieri with SVN Ramshaw Real Estate

Alex Ruggieri with SVN Ramshaw Real Estate and with NexTrend Securities, Inc. has over 40 years in the real estate brokerage business and can help shed some light on the commercial real estate market in Illinois for investors looking to get into the market.  He also has experience in Delaware Statutory Trusts or DSTs.  

Unraveling the Mystery of Commercial Real Estate in Illinois 

Commercial real estate investments can be extremely complex transactions.  Questions like what type of investment real estate should you buy?  What geographic areas should you explore?  What commercial real estate asset classes are doing well and those that are not doing well?  

Lauren Speidel, Regional Manager, Midwest Regional Office, and Bill Exeter, President and CEO, Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC interview Alex Ruggieri to demystify these questions and focus on the commercial real estate investment markets in Illinois.  

Discussion includes commercial real estate investment areas/sectors in Illinois, asset classes/geographic areas seeing the most growth and those that are underperforming in Illinois, commercial real estate trends in Illinois and beyond, using Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) in a real estate investors portfolio, and why investors might want to consider investing in commercial real estate in Illinois. 

Commercial Real Estate in Chicago, Illinois and Beyond

Next Episode on Go Ahead, ASK! Podcast

Join us on the next episode of Go Ahead, ASK Podcast as we unravel the mystery of  California Proposition 19 with Jordan Marks, Esq., Taxpayer Advocate, San Diego County Recorders/Assessors Office, and Tony Krvaric with Krvaric Capital.  You can email your Proposition 19 questions to or call (619) 239-3091 and we'll cover them on the Podcast.  

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