2950 N. Lichtfield Road, Goodyear, AZ 85395
Larry R. Kramer
(623) 606-7007


LARRY KRAMER (623) 606-7007







Larry One Realty "The more miles we put into our business and personal lives, the
better prepared we are in accomplishing our goals. I am proud of
my Resume, which is my track record."

Larry Kramer has had years of experience in dealing with all phases of leasing space, investments, land, and consulting.

Each tenant has their own unique needs and Larry is a good listener, than he takes his tenants needs and packaging them together for success.

First of all, Larry thinks as a businessman having owned a company with three stores and a number of salesmen from Hawaii, Massachusetts and California.

He then couples his business and college BS degree in marketing from the University of Indiana and couples his extensive years in the field of real estate. This sets himself apart from the majority of Commercial Real Estate agents

Here are a couple examples: When representing a tenant, he remains involved throughout the entire length of the lease. This means if there are disagreements with the landlord, he will battle, at no charge, with the landlord as a representative of the tenant. In a nice way, he is the bad guy and not the tenant.

If the tenant wants to work on upgrading their marketing or expanding, he will assist with brainstorming, putting together a new website and business plan, etc.

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Arizona Construction Sales up 12%; U.S. Numbers Up 9%

graph1By Eric Jay Toll for Arizona Builder’s Exchange.

Arizona scored double-digit increases in construction spending in January 2014 over the previous year. Nationally, April construction volume was up 8.6 percent compared to the previous year. January is the latest data available for Arizona. The U.S. Census Bureau data is generated more quickly.

When compared to December 2013 (Arizona) and March (U.S.), the data are less optimistic. Arizona sales were down $8M in April and U.S. volume gained about 0.2 percent in for the month.

Arizona on the Road to a $12B Year—Highest Since 2009

Taking year-over-year data, double-digit gains in Arizona construction spending continued into January. The newest transaction privilege tax (sales tax) data from the Arizona Department of Revenue says activity for the month was up 12.2 percent over 2013.

January’s $919M in taxable construction sales put the state on a pace that could approach $12B for the year, if spring and early summer sales continue the gains over last year. Sales for the year so far are up 14.7 percent over the same seven months in 2012.

Fiscal 2013-14 started off with a bang—a pair of billion-dollar months in July and August, increases of 16 and 19 percent over last year. Since July’s $1B, the trend in month-to-month dollars has been dropping. Sales in January were down $8M from December’s $927M, down nearly $100M from July.

For the seven months of the year, Arizona construction sales top $6.8B, compared to $5.9B for the same period last year and $5.8B in fiscal year 2011-12. It the pace continues through the June 30 end of the fiscal year, construction sales will be close to $11.8B, the highest construction sales year since 2009.

National Sales Approaching $1T for the Year

graph1bThe Census Bureau projects construction volume on a calendar year. April’s $70.5B in sales, 8.9 percent higher than April 2013, puts the nation on track for an annual volume of $954B, a projection increased from the March annual projection of $951B.

Private construction is carrying the construction economy.  Volume is on an annual pace of $687B, an increase of 11.7 percent over April last year, but essentially flat from March 2014.

Sectors with the biggest gains over last year include multifamily, up 31.2 percent; office, up 25.6 percent; and communications, up 21.4 percent. Interestingly, comparing April to March, 2014, the biggest sector with volume increase is Amusement and Recreation, up 9.7 percent month-over-month.

April public construction is up only 1.2 percent year-over-year, and 0.8 percent over March. Conservation and development was up 18.5 percent and power was up 15.6 percent over April last year. Public sector spending plummeted for residential (down 29.3 percent), commercial (down 28.9 percent) and health care (down 13.8 percent).

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