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Due Diligence Tips for Acquiring Commercial Real Estate

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The process of acquiring commercial real estate for your business really starts once you put the property under contract. While you should do preliminary investigations when assessing potential spaces, the certainty of a contract allows you to put forward an effort that will make the most of your new acquisition. Here are some tips to […]

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Top Seven Commercial Blogs You Should Be Reading

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The commercial real estate world is still different from other parts of the broader business world. While media coverage of our industry is increasing, we still don’t get the same ink as other types of investment. One of the best ways to learn about what is happening in the CRE world is to read blogs, […]

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Gov’t Cloud Computing to Rule the Air

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This past decade has produced quite a number of technological innovations, but the one that takes the cake has to be “cloud” computing. The movement toward virtual space storage and away from cumbersome, vulnerable sites dedicated to housing hardware has officially taken hold and the government has jumped on the bandwagon. This year, the federal […]

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5 Dangerous Lease Clauses- Part Two

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In a typical lease negotiation, the parties, the attorneys and the brokers focus only on the key financial aspects within the lease document.  However, there are subtle and seemingly innocuous clauses that can cost the tenant a pretty penny long after the lease has been signed.  Here’s a quick list of 5 Dangerous Lease Clauses: […]

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5 Dangerous Lease Clauses- Part One

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In a typical lease negotiation, the parties, the attorneys and the brokers focus only on the key financial aspects within the lease document.  However, there are subtle and seemingly innocuous clauses that can cost the tenant a pretty penny long after the lease has been signed.  Here’s a quick list of 5 Dangerous Lease Clauses: […]

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Beware: SEC to Investigate Nontraded REITs

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As of late, the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) has begun to crack down on lucrative REITs that aren’t being traded on the stock exchange. It’s been estimated that REITs have made over $73 billion for investors in the past 10 years, despite the recession and since 1990, SEC has approved around 90 nontraded REITs. […]

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#lazyweb– Personalized Answers to Life’s Most Difficult Questions

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Ever heard of lazyweb? If you’re not a Twitter user or if you rely solely on search engines to get your information, you probably haven’t. But for those hardcore tweeters out there, lazyweb is just another tool at your disposal for finding answers to questions you’re “too lazy” to search for on Google. It’s been […]

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5 News Reader Apps for your Perusal

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Find the rest of the apps at ReOptimizer Want to read the news? On your iPad? While you’re traveling? Here are some of the best apps to keep you updated while you’re on the road. Pulse Pulse is the hip, new way to read the news. It’s a personalized collection of all the information you […]

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LEED the Way- Go Green

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LEED buildings seem to be springing up all over Long Island and their presence is bringing greater awareness to environmentally friendly techniques and energy conservation for major establishments. LEED stands for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design; it’s a company designed to provide their clients with sustainable techniques and tools to make their building […]

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Borrowers Rule, Lenders Drool

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Banks are calling out— come take our money! Apparently there is quite a large amount of unused capital sitting in these credit unions, just waiting to be exploited. And you thought we were in a recession? Deficit who? Local industry specialists remark that this abundance of “extra money” is the result of the competitive lending […]

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