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Our knowledge of the market, paired with our industry experience, is what sets us apart from other commercial real estate brokers in the Middle TN area.

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As your representative, we stay in constant communication so you can stay informed on current opportunities and those coming to market.

A Trusted Representative

You need a representative who knows the industry and who will negotiate in your favor. The Cauble Group is on your side every step of the way.

Expertise & Experience

Our knowledge of the market, paired with our industry experience, is what sets us apart from other commercial real estate brokers in the Middle TN area.

Reliable Communication

As your representative, we stay in constant communication so you can stay informed on current opportunities and those coming to market.

A Trusted Representative

You need a representative who knows the industry and who will negotiate in your favor. The Cauble Group is on your side every step of the way.
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Learn

We begin by learning about your business and understanding your goals. We want to put you in the right location, not just any space that is available.

Plan

Building your business means planning for growth. Together we’ll create a strategy for your commercial real estate that serves your business needs today and anticipates your growth for tomorrow.
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We deliver a concierge-level experience for our clients. Our team will do all the hard work and keep you in the loop. All you have to do it show up and tour the office space.
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Tyler Cauble has been involved in the Nashville commercial real estate market since he was 21. As a native Nashvillian, he’s been a witness to tremendous growth and change over the years. He knows the history of this community and has a deep understanding of its future. As President of The Cauble Group, Tyler helps bring together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in retail, office, industrial, and multi-family real estate. He’s committed to helping business owners understand the market so that they can grow their business and be part of Nashville’s future.
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Open for Business: Tyler Cauble’s First Book Available Now

For too long, commercial real estate expert Tyler Cauble has witnessed the damage caused when small business owners don’t know all the facts before signing a lease.

He’s working to change that.

In his book, Open for Business, Tyler guides you through everything you need to know so you can lease commercial real estate like a pro.

Whether you’re looking for a new storefront, a location for your thriving business, or simply need to get out of the garage, Open for Business will show you how to determine space requirements, select a location, and negotiate your lease.

Finding a location for your company can be quite the process – difficult and confusing if you aren’t familiar with the industry.

If you don’t want to do it on your own, Tyler shares how to find a broker who can help you–and save you money!

Open for Business will demystify leasing commercial real estate and empower you to make the best decisions for your growing business.

 

What’s inside Open for Business:

Determine Your Needs

  • Before you start looking for property, you have to figure out all of your costs and what you’ll require in a location. You’ll learn how to best determine these and whom to consult.

Assemble Your A-Team

  • Landlords are professional property owners and even they have their own team of specialists. You’ll learn how to level the playing field by surrounding yourself with experts.

Compare Potential Spaces

  • How do you actually determine which space will help you be most successful? Learn how to weigh your options.

Give-And-Take

  • In order to properly negotiate a lease, you must know what you can and can’t accept. Being willing to give up a non-essential point in exchange for something you must have is crucial.

Sign the Lease

  • You cannot forget about the lease post-execution. It’s important for you to know what you’ll be bound to during the term of your lease.

Build-Outs

  • Did you know you can get the landlord to pay for improvements to the space? Learn how the process works and how to manage a build-out!

 

Click here to get your copy now!

Open for Business is available in paperback or Kindle on Amazon.com

 

Tyler Cauble, Open for BusinessAbout the Author

Tyler Cauble is a commercial real estate broker with a focus on leasing and sales in Nashville, TN. He specializes in applying his expertise and market knowledge to broker retail, office, industrial, and multi-family properties. Tyler has assisted clients in leasing and purchasing commercial space in all markets of Middle Tennessee and has negotiated on behalf of clients ranging from local businesses with a single location to corporate franchises with hundreds of stores nationwide. Through his writing and speaking engagements, Tyler educates small-business owners and entrepreneurs navigating the world of commercial real estate. Contact him here.

Who Is The Real Estate Investors of Nashville’s Latest Event Host?

The Real Estate Investors of Nashville (REIN) is getting a new host for its REIN TNDeals, Deals, Deals event – introducing Tyler Cauble.

Philip Rykwalder began the group three years ago as a means to network with others in the real estate industry.

The group is open to anyone in real estate looking to step up their game: Investors, Realtors, wholesalers, flippers, contractors, etc.

Tyler Cauble is a Nashville native that grew up watching his step-father develop properties throughout Middle Tennessee.

“One of my earliest memories was riding a dirt-bike around a site my step-dad was developing.” That site turned out to be Hendersonville’s Mansker Farm’s community, which has over 750 single family homes.

He began his career in commercial leasing and sales four years ago and represents companies like Dickey’s BBQ, Taco John’s, The Rabbit Hole VR, and No Baked Cookie Dough, as well as a number of other local businesses and shopping centers / office buildings throughout the Nashville MSA.

Tyler Cauble, Vastland Realty Group

Two years ago, he began his development career with the Bristol Creek Townhome community, 42 for-sale units in Bellevue, and he’s currently working on a 25-acre mixed-use project in Hendersonville. Tyler and his group are actively seeking new development opportunities and apartment complexes for sale.

With a background in commercial real estate and development, he brings a unique perspective to Deals, Deals, Deals.

In his free time, Tyler likes to work in his wood shop, play guitar, golf, kayak, and enjoy Nashville craft beer (Tailgate Peanut Butter Milk Stout is a current go-to).

His upcoming book, Open for Business: The Insider’s Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate, is set to release in January and you can follow his journey on Instagram: @Commercial_in_Nashville

Deals, Deals, Deals meets at the Truxton Trust building in Belle Meade every other Tuesday. You can find more information on the Real Estate Investors of Nashville (REIN) on their website here. 

Nashville Chamber of Commerce Member Spotlight

(Originally appeared on Nashville Chamber Member Spotlights)

Tyler Cauble – Vastland Realty Group

 

How has the commercial real estate market in Nashville changed since you started working in the industry? 

When I first started working in commercial real estate 4 years ago, the climate was almost the opposite of what it is today. Commercial real estate tends to lag a little bit behind residential, so although Nashville was experiencing a boom in home sales commercial deals were still slow. There were plenty of vacant properties on the market and incentives being offered to attract tenants, but we’ve seen a strong shift towards a landlord’s market in the last two years. Now, tenants are lucky to find properties that fit most of their criteria and cannot expect landlords to offer any improvements like they used to.

What advice can you give business owners that are struggling to find a location? 

Work with a broker! Really – even if it’s not me, it’s definitely in your best interest to have a professional on your side that knows the market and understands how these deals work. They’ll do all the leg work for you and you don’t even have to pay their fee!

What role do physical storefronts play in an economy that’s increasingly digital? 

Physical storefronts are just as important, if not more important, as ever. These storefronts provide customer awareness and a showroom for various products. While many retailers that offer trinkets and small items are starting to disappear, we’re seeing many more service based businesses growing into retail locations. You’ll see many more medical offices, mortgage companies, restaurants, etc. taking over shopping centers as their target customer already shops there.

What has been the most valuable aspect of your Chamber membership? 

The opportunity to connect and learn from other like-minded individuals in Nashville. The relationships I’ve developed are invaluable and the Chamber is on the forefront of information regarding our region.

What’s the best thing about doing business in Middle Tennessee? 

Getting to live in Nashville! I love my city and can’t imagine living anywhere else.

Describe a recent challenge and how you addressed it. 

We recently had a deal that should have been wrapped up in less than 90 days take over 5 months. That can be stressful when you don’t get paid unless the deal closes, but my team and I stayed on top of everything on our end and kept a very open line of communication to ensure we kept the ball in play.

What’s your biggest goal for your company in the next year? 

To continue the growth trajectory we’ve had in recent years and triple our volume once again.

What’s the best advice you ever received? 

Take action. Too many people wait around for something to happen and I’ve always found that the harder I worked, the luckier I got.

How do you define success? 

I love how everyone has a different definition of success – and they’re all correct! But for me, in my line of work, I see success as a skyscraper on the Nashville skyline that is as architecturally significant as Earl Swensson’s AT&T Headquarters. I’ll have it one day!

To learn more about Tyler Cauble and Vastland Realty Group, visit his website tylercauble.com.