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More Tips for Backing Up Your CRE

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Here are some of my suggestions for back up programs: Windows computers offer a plethora of third-party programs for relatively cheap. My suggestion for a near enterprise-level backup schemes and security is Acronis True Image. This flexible and powerful program can actually create full, live disk images of your PC so that when the time […]

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CRE & Economic Forecasts Remain Predictably Grim

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Disaster might rear its ugly head once again in the shape of a second, more devastating recession in the United States. Just when the U.S. started the arduous task of digging themselves out of their financial hole, another tsunami in the form of the “debt deal debacle” came and washed away all their progress. But […]

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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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CRE & Others to Benefit from Gov’t Spending Cuts

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Whether or not Congress unanimously decides on a plan to raise the debt ceiling, one thing is certain: federal spending needs to be cut substantially over the next decade. The amount of cuts will be based solely on which plan Congress decides to implement (if they ever reach an agreement). But government spending cuts might not produce […]

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US Self-Destructs in Less Than 7 Days

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Less than a week to go until our country self-destructs in a financial massacre. It seems like only yesterday I was writing about the August 2 deadline and how government officials better get their act together to come up with a plan before we default. I honestly thought they would have figured something out by […]

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“Gang of Six” Stirs Interest

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A little less than two weeks to go and Congress has yet to agree on a plan that will save the United States from defaulting on their outstanding loans. The borrowing limit was surpassed nearly three months ago and yet no notable, let alone aggressive, progress has been made to shrink the country’s outstanding deficit […]

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