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Inland Empire, CA

Bob Woods

Senior Vice President
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T 909.764.6503 bob.woods@kidder.com
3281 E Guasti Road, Suite 750
Ontario, CA 91761
LIC N°
01003043
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About

Since becoming a licensed real estate broker in 1991, Bob Woods has successfully balanced his professional career while keeping his family his top priority. He has been happily married for the past 38 years. He enjoys a wonderful relationship with his daughter and son and their families which include two new grandsons.

Over the course of his 25 year career, he has distinguished himself as a consistent, stable leader in industrial real estate markets throughout the Inland Empire, Southern California, and Western States.

Bob has the ability to service both private investor/business owners as well as institutional clients in providing real estate solutions. He has a unique knack of developing and implementing cutting edge marketing tools that he uses to drive value to his clients’ properties.

With over 1,000 transactions executed, Bob’s expertise encompasses:

Tenant Representation

Landlord Representation

Investment Acquisitions

Investment Dispositions

Bob enjoys the necessary relationships and market knowledge to successfully structure many off-market sales transactions, which result in profitable real estate investments for his clients.

His clients are offered focused service with constant attention toward keeping them updated with accurate detailed market information, so they can receive maximum value of their property. This strategy also works for tenant clients so they can expand, consolidate, or purchase real estate with confidence in knowing that they are getting the best value possible.

Available Properties

Partial Client List

  • AEI
  • Airport Commerce Center South
  • Alere Real Estate
  • American Realty Advisors
  • Arden Realty
  • Bixby Land
  • Carl Ross
  • Catellus Development
  • CommerCenter Business Park
  • Dolphin Real Estate
  • Fulmer Properties
  • Hesperia Business Center
  • Hyundai Motors
  • JCM Engineering
  • JW Mitchell Company
  • Majestic Realty
  • Mead Investments
  • Panattoni Development
  • Prologis Real Estate
  • Rinker Family Trust
  • Safari Business Center
  • Shell Oil Company
  • Subaru America
  • Watson Land
  • Westcore Properties
  • Yorba Linda Business Park

Managed Bid Process

Qualified Investor Database

The most complete and up-to-date international investor database, which complements the KM database and ensures both domestic as well as international exposure to all qualified investors

Email Marketing Campaign

Build your content, preview it live, and feel confident that your emails avoid spam filters

Property Website

The property website is sent to predefined and pre qualified investors and tracked in detail

Confidentiality Agreement

Included in our email marketing campaign, the initial email blast includes a link that will direct the buyer to execute a confidentiality agreement. This step will grant the prospective buyer access to confidential documents pertaining to the offering in the Virtual Deal Room.

Offering Package

Kidder Mathews is known for having one of the largest in-house marketing groups in the commercial real estate industry on the West Coast. This level of support allows the marketing team to create effective, custom, offering memorandums tailored to the needs of the property.

Virtual Deal Room

Provides a centralized area where all the investment underwriting materials, such as the offering memorandum, operating expenses, title, and surveys are accessible to investors who have executed their confidentiality agreement (that the KM team has approved)

Call For Offers

Dedicated offer matrix to track and manage shortlisted bids

Management Reports

RCM enables complicated real estate transactions to take place online; our sellers can choose between a discreet online sealed bid process or an eBay-style auction

 

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Articles

Inland Empire Jumps to 15th Largest U.S. Economy

Source – Bob Woods, Senior Vice President, Kidder Mathews – January 28, 2019


The Inland Empire’s economy jumped to 15th in the U.S. thanks to the creation of new jobs, an increasing Gross Domestic Product, and other factors.

According to the nonpartisan 2018 Milken Institute Best-Performing Cities Index, the latest numbers equal a 5-point jump for the San Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario region compared to the previous survey. The institute takes into account how well a U.S. metropolitan area is creating and sustaining jobs, in addition to economic growth. The components surveyed include job, wage and salary, and technology growth. The 12-month period the institute surveyed ended Aug. 20, 2018.

When it came to job growth, the region ranked third overall of 200 metropolitan areas surveyed nationwide. The region’s Gross Domestic Product for the tech sector ranked 131st. However, the ranking underscores that there is plenty of opportunity for the high-paying tech sector.

Inland Empire Industrial

Meanwhile, 2018, according to the latest Kidder Mathews Inland Empire Industrial report, was another excellent year for the Inland Empire industrial market. Asking rents were the highest on record. What’s more, overall demand for industrial space did not wane.

“In fact, not only was net absorption positive for the thirty-eighth consecutivequarter, net absorption for the year set a new record with over 24.6 million square feet (MSF) coming off the market. While nearly 24 million square feet of industrial space has been completed and elivered to the market year to date, an additional 23.7 million square feet of industrial space remains under construction,” according to the report.

The report added that, despite this high level of development activity, “net absorption is on par with occupier demand. Consequently, there are very few concerns about over development. Notwithstanding the potential ill effects of the recently commenced trade wars, with the US economy continuing to grow, unemployment rates at historic lows, and the US consumer continuing to spend, expect very little to no slowdown in the Inland Empire industrial market in 2019.”

Why Invest in the Inland Empire

The Inland Empire is one of the largest and most critical components of the supply-chain infrastructure in the U.S. Just inland from the busy ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, this hub has grown by over 100% since China joined the World Trade Organization in December 2001, increasing trade and port traffic. With over 215 million square feet of space delivered since then, growth in the IE has been unmatched by that of any other market.

Market Overview

The Inland Empire Is One of the Largest & Most Critical Components of Supply Chain Infrasturcture in the U.S.

Just inland from the busy ports of LA and Long Beach, this hub has grown by over 100% since China joined the World Trade Organization in December 2001, increasing trade and port traffic. With over 215 million square feet of space delivered since then, growth in the IE has been unmatched by that of any other market. Although volume remains strong in the ports, containerized imports will likely not increase as quickly as they did in the last cycle. Developers are still building as if the IE will continue to grow exponentially, and so far demand has kept up. However, with more than 20 million square feet of supply under construction as of Q4 2017, a hiccup in demand could drive up vacancies. Investment totals continue to exceed historical averages, but only time will tell how investors feel about the risk of oversupply here.

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