Archive of: Real Estate

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5 ways to work effectively with subcontractors April 18 2014

5 ways to work effectively with subcontractors

A sound prequalifying process is the best approach

Trying to make it through the ‘headwinds’ April 18 2014

Trying to make it through the ‘headwinds’

Stamina is a good goal, not just for real estate practitioners but for every business in these challenging times

5 ways to work effectively with subcontractors April 18 2014

5 ways to work effectively with subcontractors

A sound prequalifying process is the best approach

Ongoing softness in commercial real estate market March 21 2014

Ongoing softness in commercial real estate market

No one signs a 10-year lease anymore, but the costs to fit-up or refit space is near impossible to amortize over five years

IRS guidance breathes life into historic rehab credits March 21 2014

IRS guidance breathes life into historic rehab credits

Agency establishes new parameters for structuring such transactions

Commercial real estate activity: 2013 in review January 24 2014

Commercial real estate activity: 2013 in review

Retail, education, multifamily projects set the pace

The benefits of regulatory boiler energy assessments January 10 2014

The benefits of regulatory boiler energy assessments

They provide real opportunities for facilities to assess energy-saving options

Medical office buildings aren’t immune from price pressures December 27 2013

Medical office buildings aren’t immune from price pressures

The constant and significant focus on price containment under the ACA will put the spotlight on all real estate locations

Questions you should ask before investing in real estate November 1 2013

Questions you should ask before investing in real estate

You need more than just a calculator when deciding to invest in a particular building

Does it matter that interest rates are up a little? November 1 2013

Does it matter that interest rates are up a little?

We are now experiencing a rare time when low interest rates and reasonable home prices are happily coexisting