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Stephanie Carmichael

Quad Cities Commercial Real Estate Market Report

Our Market Report provides insight into the commercial real estate activity in the Quad Cities’ market. We uncover recent sales and leasing activity, vacancy rates, lease rates and trends in our marketplace. It is of tremendous value to entrepreneurs, investors, business professionals and small businesses that are looking to enter the market or exisitng area businesses.

This exclusive report is put together by our team of knowledgeable real estate professionals who represent many of the clients who influence the supply and demand factors in our marketplace.

Come join us for our next Annual Market Report Event, attended by over 400 community leaders, business owners, investors, government officials and decision makers around the Quad Cities Area.

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Quad Cities Commercial Real Estate Market Report

Community Leaders Support the Market Report Event


Our 2015 - 2016 Commercial Real Estate Market Report gave you an insight into the great improvements we saw in commercial real estate activity in the Quad Cities’ market in 2015. Not only was 2015 a great year for commercial real estate, but it was a great year for NAI Ruhl Commercial Company thanks to our many valued clients and partners

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NAI Ruhl Commercial Event Recap 2016

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Quad Cities Economic Overview with John Ruhl

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Investments Overview with John Ruhl

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Industrial Market Trends with Charlie Armstrong

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Land & Farm Overview with Thomas P Dalton

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Multi Family Overview with DeAnn Soults

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Corporate Overview

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Office - David A. Levin

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Property Management - Laurie Peters

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Retail - Richard Weinstein

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2014-2015 Quad Cities Commercial Real Estate Market Report

Quad Cities Commercial Real Estate Market Report


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