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Expertise

Industrial and suburban office transactions. Crane served and rail served faclities. Build-to-suit projects for distribution, manufacturing, r&d and general purpose use. North America and overseas experience for corporate entities.

Experience in the area

Over 30 years of commercial experience. Eastern United States,including Florida, Bahamas, Central America.

Organizations

Society of Industrial & Office Realtors. Tristate Commercial & Industrial Association of Realtors (past President). Team Pennsylvania-Ambassador.

Publications

Tristate C&I Quarterly Report

Education/Credentials

Univ. of Pennsylvania (2 years), Villanova Univ. '69

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Recent Answers from Peter Liebert, SIOR

2010-09-25 cam charges:

If you signed your lease without getting an itemization from the owner as to what the CAM charges would be, it was not a good idea. $4.28 per sq. ft. might include real estate taxes (maybe $1.50 psf),

2009-07-26 Dubai or India?:

Satish, we have seven Colliers offices in India. Let me know which metropolitan area might be of interest and I can forward a contact name to you. Regarding Dubai, I have heard that real estate activity

2009-07-18 Thinking:

karam, a few ideas:    1. Michigan has approx. a 20% unemployment rate, which with our current Congress out of control on piling up USA debt the rate will probably grow past 20%. States are looking at

2009-03-25 office building lease:

After hours use should be negotiated prior to the lease being signed. My experience is that there is no "standard" other than what the custom is in the immediate market (there should be standards available)

2009-03-20 Career:

First, you will need to be under a Broker. Join a local Realtors Board, which is part of the National Association of Realtors. Realtors have a Code of Ethics. Alternately, if your area has a Commercial

 

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