Commercial Lease Renewal with Confidence

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When the time comes to renew your commercial real estate lease, it pays to have an experienced broker in your corner. No matter how nice your landlord or property manager may seem, he is only looking out for his own economic interests. So, who is looking out for you? That’s where your commercial real estate broker comes in. But not all brokers are created equal. You need to find a broker who specializes in lease renewal.

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Investment Strategy: Why You Need a Retail Real Estate Broker in 2022

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Commercial real estate is an appealing venture for many investors, with high returns on investment (ROI), numerous tax breaks, and a high potential for growth. “Despite apparent gains, the insolvency rates for retail companies have accelerated at a rapid pace,” says Jeffrey Bartel, Forbes Finance Council. So, it’s important for investors to partner with an experienced Retail Real Estate Broker to minimize risk (there is never zero risk when investing) and maximize profitability. 

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What is a Sublease?

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Real estate terms you think you know, like sublease, tend to have more nuance than the average renter is aware. “Of all the rental terms out there, subleasing might be the most confusing,” says Teresa K. Traverse, So, what is a Sublease? How does it work? And when is it beneficial for the renter?

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Dentist Real Estate Investment Tips

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Many dentists wonder whether owning their office space or building will help them or hurt them financially,” explains Ken Rubin, CPA, PFS, Dental Economics. After all, commercial real estate is often the second-highest expense for healthcare providers, behind only payroll.

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