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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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5 Dangerous Lease Clauses- Part Five

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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 Four

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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 Three

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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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L.I.’s Positive Swing for Industrial and Office Vacancy Rates

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Long Island’s vacancy rates in the commercial real estate market is showing a positive trend in for 2011, however slight they might be. Positive absorption rates for the industrial market in the first quarter of 2011 ended with 280,004 square feet— quite an improvement over the 1.7 million square feet of negative absorption in 2010 and […]

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CoStar Buys LoopNet – What That Means For You

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So, two of the biggest commercial real estate websites decided to merge a month ago. What exactly does that mean for those of us in CRE? A revamped and enhanced LoopNet, according to their blog. The website has recently undergone some changes to make the experience and navigation more user friendly. It features a new […]

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