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Market Notes Vol. 12

Market Notes Vol. 12

TaTonka Celebrates 10th Anniversary We are pleased to announce the 10th anniversary of TaTonka Real Estate Advisors. Founded in 2006 to provide best in class Tenant and Buyer representation services we have succeeded by remaining true to our original mission...

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Market Notes Vol. 11

Greetings From TaTonka All of us at TaTonka wish you, your family and staff a happy and healthy New Year. We have much to be thankful for as we reflect on this past year and look towards the future. We will complete our tenth year of business in 2016. We sincerely...

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Market Notes Vol. 10

2015 Twin Cities Office Market Outlook The Twin Cities economy is one of the strongest in the nation with an unemployment rate of 3.3% which is more than 2.4% below the national average. The strength of the economy is having a positive effect on overall office market...

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Market Notes Vol. 9

2014 Twin Cities Office Market Outlook Positive sentiment and increased certainty improve market dynamics as economic stability returns. Unemployment in Minnesota dropped to 4.8% tightening labor markets. The stock market started the year near record highs boosting...

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Market Notes Vol. 8

2012 Office Market Highlights and Outlook for 2013 Despite a year of political, economic and fiscal uncertainty, the Twin Cities office market had positive absorption of 637,270 SF dropping the overall vacancy rate to 18%. The majority (57%) of all absorption occurred...

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Wine, Water and Real Estate Brokers

Wine, Water and Real Estate Brokers

How much do labels affect our perception of quality? Apparently very much, as shown in study after study. Wine In 2001 a researcher at the University of Bordeaux, the very epicenter of the fine wine world, recruited 54 oenology undergraduates (those are students...

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Potato Chips and Leasing

Potato Chips and Leasing

We’ve all done it. Opened up a bag of potato chips to find a lot of empty air where the afternoon snack should be. In the food industry there’s a name for all that air. It’s called “Slack Fill.” Food producers will tell you that there is a legitimate reason for Slack...

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