Topside Blog

IBC FLEX BUILDING SELLS FOR $240/SF

As we prepare to enter Q3 of 2021, property owners are focused on recouping losses from 2020. However, many property owners are at a standstill, uncertain of which next steps to take. To aid in this process, we identified one key element investors should focus on as we progress through 2021.

Topside Celebrates a Successful First Year!

And it was a year worthy of popping the champagne cork. It has been a full and exciting first year for us here at Topside. We transacted on 6 building sales and 4 leases, with several other escrows and lease negotiations ongoing, and grew the Topside team. Read more on Topside’s successful first year.

#AskTopside: Why are owner-user purchases on the rise in Orange County?

In this week’s #AskTopside video, Topside CEO, Eric Paulsen shares insight into the possibility of getting above the asking price when selling a property in today’s commercial real estate market. 

Watch now to learn how a higher volume of interest can translate to you getting above the asking price for your property.  

Developing an Effective CRE Marketing Platform for 2021

As we prepare to enter Q3 of 2021, property owners are focused on recouping losses from 2020. However, many property owners are at a standstill, uncertain of which next steps to take. To aid in this process, we identified one key element investors should focus on as we progress through 2021.

Orange County Market Report: More Buyers Than Tenants

Topside Real Estate is pleased to provide you with this quick summary on the current small office building market in Orange County, California.

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Will the work frome home model survive after COVID?

Will the WFH Model Survive Past COVID?

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused companies across the globe to adopt a work-from-home (WFH) model. Employees have been forced to set up at-home offices while all meetings have shifted to using virtual platforms such as Zoom. Will this change survive for good, or will we see a return to the traditional office space?