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  • San Antonio Retail Portfolio

  • 2016

    San Antonio Statistics

    City for Economic Growth Potential - Business Facilities 2016

    America’s Friendliest Cities - Travel + Leisure 2016

    Best Climate for Skilled Professionals - Thumbtack 2016

    2017 Top 10 City for High-Wage Job Growth - Bureau of Labor and Statistics 2017

    2018 Large City for Population Growth - Bureau of Labor and Statistics 2018

    Fastest Growing Large Metro Economies -Headline Date 2018

    Metro for Millennial Population Growth - Headlight Data 2018

    Best Cities to Live in the USA - U.S. News & World Report 2018

    2019 Best Travel Destinations - Money.com 2019

    Highest Economic Growth over the Last 10 Years - Brookings 2019

    2WESTON URBAN | CBRE

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    Daytime Population 80.544 137,374 213,967

    % Pop Change (“16-21”) 4.7% .8% 3.8%

    Total Population 14,070 154,758 378,456

    Median Age 36.5 33.6 33.6

    Households 4,936 54,091 130,328

    Average Income $49,419 $43,338 $47,679

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    WESTON URBAN | CBRE 5

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  • Contact Us Gene Williams First Vice President +1 210 253 6027 gene.williams2@cbre.com

    © 2019 CBRE, Inc. All rights reserved. This information has been obtained from sources believed reliable, but has not been verified for accuracy or completeness. You should conduct a careful, independent investigation of the property and verify all information. Any reliance on this information is solely at your own risk. CBRE and the CBRE logo are service marks of CBRE, Inc. and/or its affiliated or related companies in the United States and other countries. All other marks displayed on this document are the property of their respective owners. Photos herein are the property of their respective owners. Use of these images without the express written consent of the owner is prohibited.

    San Antonio Retail Portfolio

    Joe Cukjati Associate +1 210 841 3227 joe.cukjati@cbre.com

  • 11-2-2015

    TYPES OF REAL ESTATE LICENSE HOLDERS:  A BROKER is responsible for all brokerage activities, including acts performed by sales agents sponsored by the broker.  A SALES AGENT must be sponsored by a broker and works with clients on behalf of the broker.

    A BROKER’S MINIMUM DUTIES REQUIRED BY LAW (A client is the person or party that the broker represents):  Put the interests of the client above all others, including the broker’s own interests;  Inform the client of any material information about the property or transaction received by the broker;  Answer the client’s questions and present any offer to or counter-offer from the client; and  Treat all parties to a real estate transaction honestly and fairly.

    A LICENSE HOLDER CAN REPRESENT A PARTY IN A REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION:

    AS AGENT FOR OWNER (SELLER/LANDLORD): The broker becomes the property owner's agent through an agreement with the owner, usually in a written listing to sell or property management agreement. An owner's agent must perform the broker’s minimum duties above and must inform the owner of any material information about the property or transaction known by the agent, including information disclosed to the agent or subagent by the buyer or buyer’s agent.

    AS AGENT FOR BUYER/TENANT: The broker becomes the buyer/tenant's agent by agreeing to represent the buyer, usually through a written representation agreement. A buyer's agent must perform the broker’s minimum duties above and must inform the buyer of any material information about the property or transaction known by the agent, including information disclosed to the agent by the seller or seller’s agent.

    AS AGENT FOR BOTH - INTERMEDIARY: To act as an intermediary between the parties the broker must first obtain the written agreement of each party to the transaction. The written agreement must state who will pay the broker and, in conspicuous bold or underlined print, set forth the broker's obligations as an intermediary. A broker who acts as an intermediary:

     Must treat all parties to the transaction impartially and fairly;  May, with the parties' written consent, appoint a different license holder associated with the broker to each party (owner and

    buyer) to communicate with, provide opinions and advice to, and carry out the instructions of each party to the transaction.  Must not, unless specifically authorized in writing to do so by the party, disclose:

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