Build To Suit: Is This Commercial Real Estate Venture Right For You?

Posted on: 18 November 2018
Specific features, such as property location, size, and layout, can make all the difference in whether or not your business venture will be successful. But finding an existing property to lease that has all or most of these features can be difficult or even impossible, especially during periods when your local commercial real estate market is growing.  One way to potentially solve this dilemma is to consider a built to suit property, instead of a more traditional style lease.
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Understanding The Various Real Estate Salesperson Designations

Posted on: 25 September 2018
If you plan to buy or sell a home soon but are confused about all of the different classifications of real estate salespeople, then you are not alone.  Knowing these designations is important because you will see them on home listings, business cards, and people will use them when doing introductions. For example, when you choose a licensed real estate broker to sell your home, then properly introducing them requires you say they are a "
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3 Guidelines For Buying Homes For Sale

Posted on: 4 July 2018
It'll be worth your time to make yourself aware of the home buying process when you are looking to land your first piece of property. There are plenty of realtors that can assist you with the work you are looking for, and some great info that will guide you toward finding the house that'll be great for you. With this in mind, read on and utilize these strategies so that you're able to become a homeowner on your own terms.
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Six Mistakes To Avoid To Speed Up The Process Of Selling Your Home

Posted on: 23 March 2018
Anyone who has just put their home on the market should be aware of the importance of finding a seller as soon as possible.  The longer a home is on the market, the less negotiating power the seller has in trying to achieve an advantageous closing price. Unfortunately, a lot of home sellers make simple mistakes that delay the process of finding a buyer. The following are six mistakes you need to avoid to speed up the process of selling your home:
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