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An Unbiased Look on the Biases of CRE’s Future

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In an effort to be diplomatic, I’m going to address both the positive and negative aspects of the commercial real estate market that are currently being discussed by various sources. This is mainly an attempt to give you, the reader, an unbiased look at the biases currently the web. After outlining both positions, perhaps you’ll […]

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L.I. Investors and Developers Needed for Coliseum Renovation

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With the referendum rejected, Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano put out a plea for private developers to submit proposals for a revamped Nassau Coliseum. Nassau taxpayers expressed their dissent when they rejected Wang’s proposed tax hike to fund the Coliseum’s renovation and now Mangano is hastening to find another, privately funded, alternative. Despite his disappointment, […]

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How the Debt Deal Will Affect CRE

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With a debt deal finally settled and an economy hanging on by a thread, the first plan of action for anyone who owns, leases or invests in property is to decide what to do next. All trends have been pointing toward a positive growth in the commercial real estate sector, but will this continue now […]

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Deficit, National Debt: What’s the Difference?

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Debt ceiling, deficit, national debt, financial crisis—lately these words have been thrown around carelessly by everyone from congressional leaders to your grandmother. The current situation in the United States has everyone talking, but are they really listening (and understanding) the words they are regurgitating? “Deficit,” “national debt” and “debt ceiling,” have been reeled off so […]

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Keep Calm and Rent On, America

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In light of the recent turnaround in the commercial real-estate sector, the market has, so far, shown an increase in the amount of occupied office space in the first and second quarters of 2011. The first quarter showed an increase of 5.5 million square feet of inhabited office space, while the second measured a close […]

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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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LIPA to Save the World

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Feel like you’re paying too much for your utilities? Wish there was a cost-effective way to make your industrial or commercial space more affordable to run? LIPA provides some helpful tips to make running your business cheaper and greener. LIPA’s Commercial Efficiency Program is currently offering rebates to qualifying commercial, industrial and other buildings who […]

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