Black's Guide

Black's Guide

A data source for office buildings in certain major markets, providing tenant and other information. Its primary competitor is CoStar. (For more information visit the Black's Guide Web site at www.blacksguide.com.)

The Complete Real Estate Encyclopedia by Denise L. Evans, JD & O. William Evans, JD. Copyright © 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He was the regional publisher of Black's Guide, Baltimore & Washington Edition, which remains a leading leasing directory in major markets throughout the country, and served in an office leasing capacity for Hovnanian Enterprises and McKeon Construction.
The Modern Universal British Traveller of 1779 was confused to the point that it wrongly considered the transfer to England of more recent origin; "MONMOUTHSHIRE was formerly a Part of Wales, and continued so until the reign of Charles II, when it was reckoned an English county, (as it has been ever since) because the judges then began to keep the assizes here in the Oxford circuit." (28) The late Victorian Black's Guide to South Wales continued to express uncertainty about the county's identity: "Here [in the case of Monmouthshire] any South Wales Guide has to face a dubious question.
NEARLY NINE OUT OF 10 COMMERCIAL REAL estate (CRE) professionals noted an optimistic outlook for the industry for the next six months, reversing a five-year period where confidence was in short supply, according to a national survey conducted by Black's Guide Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Black's Guide's first-ever CRE Trends Survey noted that 89 percent of CRE professionals felt confident that business would be as good or better in the next six months as it was in the prior six months.
A new landmark national survey from Black's Guide reveals insightful trends about New York City's commercial real estate (CRE) market:
Black's Guide was established in 1976 to serve the commercial real estate market and is currently the nation's leading commercial real estate directory publisher.
In a statement, ABRY partner Peggy Koenig said that "Black's Guide has all of the characteristics that we seek in an investment: leading market positions, growing revenue and cash flow, market diversification, a strong brand and a talented management team, at an attractive purchase price." Black's president Michael DeSimone said that further expansion for his company is a natural next step...our infrastructure is already in place and our data research has recently been augmented by moving it in-house."
A new landmark national survey from Black's Guide, the nation's most comprehensive and industry-leading commercial real estate (CRE) source, reveals today that 89% of CRE professionals feel confident that business will be as good as or better in the next six months as in the prior six months.
In 2002, Blunt was ranked number one on Black's Guide List of Philadelphia's Top 10 Real Estate Brokers Under the Age of 35.