Asset Classes


Built for all asset classes, Navigator has intimate subject matter expertise into the variations of asset specific analytics.

  • Aged Receivables

  • Lease Expiration

  • Cash flow

  • Rent Roll

  • Lease & Sales Comps

  • Expenses

  • Valuation Analytics

  • Debt/Equity Analytics

All Key Metrics Can be Analyzed Across Asset Classes

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Trophy Highrises to Suburban Office Parks

Office buildings are the heart and soul of traditional CRE in Downtown Cores and Suburban Office Parks with occupiers primarily in the Tech, Legal, Professional Services, BioTech, Telecom, and government. These assets can range from 3 story office centers to 100 story skyscrapers.

  • Class and Age

  • Downtown vs Suburban

  • NNN vs Gross Leases

  • CAM &  NRA vs Tot SF

  • Elevators and Freight

  • LEED Cert and ESG

  • Tenant Demography

  • Repositioning and CapEx

  • Spec TI vs TI Build-out



Distribution Centers to Last Mile Logistics

Industrial buildings are the key to global logistics and durable and nondurable product distribution and manufacturing. Primarily located in ports, last-mile and regional distribution areas, industrial buildings house occupiers primarily in the logistics, distribution, food & beverage, manufacturing, aerospace, and more recently in the direct to consumer retail (last mile) delivery services.

  • Clear Height

  • Coverage & AC

  • Dock/Grade Doors

  • Single/Double Loaded

  • Distribution vs Mft

  • Cold/Freezer Storage

  • Last Mile vs Regional DC

  • Mega WH vs Business Park

  • Drayage & Access



Core Highrises to Suburban Garden Rise

Multifamily buildings are the most common form of rentable real estate in and around residential and core areas. Housing residents in mixed formats of bedrooms and amenities as well as specific community types ranging from traditional renters to assisted living, low-income housing and mixed-used facilities which provide a Live, Work, Play real estate stack.

  • Occupancy

  • Marketing Convert %

  • Bedroom Level Data

  • Demographics

  • Amenities and Local

  • Competitive Set

  • Unit vs SF Analytics

  • Market Rent vs Strike

  • New Construction



Regional Malls to Strip Centers and QSR

Retail buildings range in size from expansive regional malls to small in-line store fronts near dense residential areas. Retail is driven primarily by foot traffic and consumer demand for in-person shopping. Retail is seeing a shift however towards an industrial cross-over use with the rise of e-commerce, ghost kitchens, and the rise of same-day and on-demand delivery.

  • Mall, Reg Ctr vs QSR

  • Demographics

  • % Rent vs Fixed Rent

  • Ingress and Egress

  • Parking & Amenities

  • Conversion Rates

  • Total Sales and $/Visitor

  • Foot Traffic & Car Traffic

  • Industrial Conversion

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Destination Resorts to Limited Service

Hotels, Resorts, Motels, and other hospitality buildings are short-term rental properties that are driven by the demand of consumers who are traveling for business, leisure, or short-term living. The rise of on-demand leasing of homes from web app services has been a disruption to this traditional transient living service.

  • RevPar

  • ADR

  • STR Reporting

  • Daily Occupancy

  • Event Driven Occ %

  • Benchmarking

  • Competitive Set (ARI)

  • Avg Published Rate (APR)

  • Room Type ADR/RevPar



Acquisition to Ground Up Development

Land and ground-up development is the basis of all commercial real estate as the genesis point of what a property will be, what should be built, what can be built and what occupier type it will serve. Key items such as location, zoning, highest and best use and as well as market demand/inventory drive construction cycles and price of dirt. 

  • Zoning

  • Permitted Uses

  • Usable vs Gross AC

  • Land Basis $/SF

  • Return on Cost

  • Market Demand

  • Project Mgmt & Process

  • Critical Dates and Delivery

  • SEPA/MDNS/Environmental