Analysis Resources

Market Analysis

Landmark Commercial is experienced in assisting businesses to determine if a market meets their criteria based upon factors such as demographics, competition, rental rates, market trends and space availability. In addition, market analysis may help a client or customer evaluate a lease vs. buy decision. Through years of experience and also Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) education, several commercial agents holding the CCIM designation, which included completion of a specific course in Market Analysis. Labor Evaluations, Transportation Studies, Utility Availability, Facility/Site Evaluation, Construction Services, review of Economic factors and Community Overviews. Through our affiliation with CCIM, we have access to the site to do business (STDB), which provides us the ability to compute demographic X-Pack market analysis, competition maps, and GIS code studies.

Lease Analysis

Landmark Commercial can assist tenants in determining if there is a possibility to sub-lease space and move to a new location, compare various lease alternatives such as net leases, gross or modified gross rate structures to find the most cost-effective space, and compare leasing versus purchasing. Landmark Commercial can also assist landlords in determining cancellation or buyouts for tenants that wish to leave, or compare current market rental rates to existing leases to find out if there is a possibility of releasing to an existing tenant to achieve higher rents.

Investment Analysis

Landmark Commercial has directed many investors through the process of finding real estate properties that match the investor's targeted returns while maintaining the appropriate level of risk for that investor. With the aid of investment programs, we can make long-term projections based on market information to determine internal rates of return, and compare various investments. We offer analyses based on worst case, best case, and most likely scenarios to show a range of possible outcomes. We are experienced in the process of 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges, Triple Net Properties value added investment and Tenant in Economy opportunities (TICS).

Analysis Resources

  • Traffic Count Map of Wichita is prepared by Kansas Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Planning.
  • U.S. Census Bureau allows access to population, business, geography, demographics and income information for Sedgwick County, Kansas.
  • Sedgwick County Information Network answers questions pertaining to econmic development, property appraisal, codes, and contacts for elected officials
  • City of Wichita lays out economic development incentives, codes and other relevant business information on elected officials. City Council meetings and minutes and other key information.

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Chick N Max to add restaurants, corporate headquarters and a rentable Counter Kitchen

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Details on Fred VanVleet’s special Shocker-themed pop-up store coming to Wichita

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Physical stores win out over online competitors in this category

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Naftzger Park redesign gains approval of downtown businesses

  By Bryan Horwath  – Reporter, Wichita Busine…

Sudha Tokala has $125 million plan for four downtown properties

BY CARRIE RENGERS February 08, 2018   UPDATED – Sudha Tokala, the pharmacist and nascent developer who has been on something of a d…