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Commercial Real Estate: Leasing, Buying and Investing I specialize in Tenant and Buyer Representation
Since 1984 I have helped over 700 businesses of every size and description solve their real estate problems.
I have written extensively on matters related to leasing and buying commercial real estate. My articles appear in business magazines and trade journals. I also lecture on the same topics.
B.S. Accountancy (1973) CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member)
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Briana: I suggest seeking out a "tenant rep" that works in your area. A good starting point would be to visit www.ccim.com (Resources tab, Find a Professional). That failing, call some of the real
Sammy: My sense is that your Lease Agreement does not address the concrete pad. Regardless, if the landlord's use of the pad interferes with your access to your warehouse you may have what is known
Brooke: I believe you wish to sell two things: real estate and a business. Start with an appraisal of the real estate (land and building). This should be accomplished by a licensed appraiser familiar
Lachelle: Commercial buildings are generally purchased subject to existing leases. This means a purchaser is obligated to honor all of the terms and conditions of existing, bona fide leases. I suggest
Kim: Rental reductions are sometimes granted when a tenant can demonstrate they do not have the ability to pay the scheduled rent. However, it is unwise to quote the landlord's current asking rate when
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