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Hwy 200/College Road Vacant

Hwy 200/College Road Vacant Commercial Land Trends Ocala, FL

The vibe and market fundamentals for commercial real estate in Ocala, FL continue to improve. Our community’s unemployment level is now down to 7.5 percent, from a high of 13.5 percent in 2010. Our clients are expanding their businesses and hiring people-all great news. I’m predicting we’re going to start seeing more commercial vacant land selling this year than we have in the past seven years.

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In Your Best Interest?

Most folks don’t understand just how screwed up the commercial real estate brokerage business is and how it often operates in the best interest of the broker and not the client. To illustrate the point, just last week I heard of a large commercial real estate property coming to market for sale in Ocala, FL that is represented by one of our national competitors.

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Victor Benatar

“Bartow represented us on the sale of our 74,000sf office building. This was a difficult assignment with many challenges. We trusted Bartow and are very

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Ocala Horse Farm

John Mark Church

“Bartow has represented us in numerous transactions (Horse Farms, Residential subdivisions, Commercial Land) with commercial real estate assets in the Ocala market. He has encyclopedic

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Ocala, Gainesville Worlds Apart

In recent months, commercial Realtor Bartow McDonald IV said activity – whether looking, buying or leasing – is up for all types of businesses in Ocala. For the first time in two years, he said, properties are getting interest from multiple buyers as businesses and investors compete for deals.

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Kimberlys Cottage

Kimberly’s Cottage Finds New Home

Ten years ago, during a booming housing and real estate market, the Marion County Building Industry Association helped the Marion County Children’s Advocacy Center build Kimberly’s Cottage, a not-for-profit organization to serve abused and neglected children.

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Recent Interview With Florida Real Estate Journal

“I love our community, and people will still keep coming to Ocala for the same reasons we did: beautiful land, quality of life, close proximity to beaches, easy access to Jacksonville, Tampa and Orlando, Gator games in our back yard,” says Bartow McDonald IV, managing director for Sperry Van Ness | Skye Commercial Real Estate.

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