Michael Bull

Michael
Bull
CEO,
Bull Realty

Michael Bull is the founder of Bull Realty, a U.S. commercial real estate brokerage firm, headquartered in Atlanta. He is also the host of the Commercial Real Estate Show.

Michael is a writer, trainer, business coach, consultant and active commercial real estate broker. He has hosted the show for four years and has been successful in the commercial real estate brokerage business for 30 years. He has assisted clients in over $3 billion dollars of sales and leases.

Michael’s real estate experience is vast including owning, renovating, leasing, managing, consulting and extensive sales brokerage experience with all types commercial real estate, apartments and land. He is member of ICSC, ALG, AGREE, ACBR, NAR, GBA, REGA, CRB, NAREE, ACB, APC and CCIM. 

Articles
Creating and Attracting Vibrant Mixed-Use Developments 
Walkability has been a buzzword in the commercial real estate community for the past few years, and the idea that one can "live, work and play"; in the same development or area has continued to grow in appeal.
Six Megatrends for Real Estate in 2020 

As confidence returns to real estate, the industry faces a number of fundamental shifts that will shape its future.

Commercial Real Estate Development Today 

Commercial real estate development is starting to make a noticeable comeback. While developers sat on the sidelines in 2009 and 2010, many who survived the recession are back in a big way, making a difference brick by brick, block by block.

Storage Wars: Investor Demand Grows for Self-Storage Properties 
In the past, self-storage properties were often overlooked by investors, but that’s not the case anymore.
Rates, Tapering & Lending Sources: What’s a Borrower To Do? 
As the commercial real estate market continues to improve, lenders of all kinds are getting back in the game. With a possible rise in interest rates on the horizon and the unknown effects and timing of tapering, commercial real estate professionals and lenders are watching the lending environment with eagle eyes.
Is Growth in the Multifamily Sector Sustainable? 

The multifamily market, the so-called darling of commercial real estate, isn’t losing that title any time soon. The third quarter demonstrated once again how stable the sector is, as occupancy held steady and rents continued to rise, albeit at a more normal pace.

Secondary Office Investment Markets Gain Popularity 
Office investment sales are gaining traction as a new wave of buyers have emerged, bidding up pricing for core assets and driving investors to second-tier markets in their search for higher yields.
Federal Reserve Sees Clearer Skies Ahead for Commercial Real Estate 

While most of the country experienced a rainy summer, the Federal Reserve sees clearing skies ahead for the commercial real estate market.

Time to Buy Retail Properties?

The retail sector may have lagged behind its commercial real estate cousins during the economic recovery, but that is changing. In fact, with just shy of $10 billion in retail property investment sales in first quarter 2013, it would appear that happy days are near again.

Student-Housing Sector Gets “A” Grade from Experts 

After showing impressive resilience during the Great Recession, the student-housing sector is set for a strong future and is attracting increased interest from investors.

Honesty and Transparency Key to Loan Workouts 

A borrower burdened with a troubled commercial real estate loan should be upfront with his lender about his problems and be aggressive about finding a solution.

How to Avoid Saying, “Oops, I Should Have Covered that in the Lease!”

Leases are at the heart of value for investment real estate. Well-crafted lease agreements can create value for both landlords and tenants, and poorly designed agreements can do just the opposite.

The Tortoise, Not the Hare: U.S. Office Market Continues Slow but Steady Improvements

Its recovery may not be proceeding at a lightning-quick pace, but the U.S. office real estate market continued to show signs of noticeable improvement in the first quarter.

Industrial Real Estate Continues to Grow Healthier

Buoyed by improvements in the overall economy and the housing market, the U.S. industrial real estate sector continued to strengthen in first quarter 2013 and is set for a promising future.

Signs of Life: Development and Construction Finally Picking Up

After years in a deep freeze, both the single-family and commercial development markets are showing some signs of a long-anticipated thaw.

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