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Mary Jane’s Growing Industry

There is a new and challenging niche in the commercial real estate market…space for marijuana related businesses.    The legalization of marijuana for both medicinal and recreation use is leading many businesses to seek out commercial real estate services to help locate and secure property.  However, it is very challenging to find the appropriate commercial space […]

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SCOTTSDALE AIRPARK – Great Area for Business

Scottsdale Airpark is considered a great location to start a business.  Based on data from the City of Scottsdale, the 8. 6 square mile area, located about 9 miles north of downtown Scottsdale, contains more than 2,400 businesses with an employee number reaching more than 51,000.  It is one of the largest employment centers in […]

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9 Steps to Finding Industrial & Office Space for Sale or Lease

Don’t rely on Real Estate signs in-front of buildings. Unfortunately, signs are not always accurate. Agents may use a sign to get tenants and buyers to their other listings. Tenant /buyer should make a wish list of important features they require in an office space and features they want but can live without. Take the […]

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The ‘Instant’ Office

The ‘instant/virtual office’ and ‘co-working spaces’ are cropping up everywhere.  It is sometimes difficult to lease space when you are a new or start-up company with little or no idea of growth patterns or exact company needs.  The instant office allows a company to have all of the necessities while testing the waters. Regus and […]

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4 Reasons to Purchase Industrial Real Estate for Investment

Lower Cost to Turnover Tenants: Generally speaking, Industrial space has a few offices and a warehouse. Carpet and paint are usually the only cost when turning over a tenant. This leaves less variables to worry about which may make Industrial favorable to some investors. Long Term Stability:  Industrial space seems to continually be in demand […]

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8 Reasons why Landlords Avoid Options to Renew

Many Landlords are reluctant to give tenants an Option to Renew a Commercial Lease for numerous reasons.  Such options can limit the Landlord’s flexibility far into the future. Listed below are some of the reasons why a Landlord may avoid the Option to Renew clause: Limits landlord’s ability to redevelop or release the building or […]

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Six Reasons to Hire a Seasoned Broker

In the commercial real estate business, there is a lot of misleading information out there regarding the availability of space to lease.  Database programs that manage listings like Costar and Loopnet are only about 85% accurate.  As a result, property information as advertised could be misleading. With the numerous types of leases available such as […]

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Construction Terms – Shells & Build-outs

It is important to understand the various stages of construction build-outs that may be presented to buyers and/or tenants on spaces they intend to buy or lease.  Below are four different build out types: 1.Grey Shell – is completely ‘unfinished’ such as bare walls, unfinished concrete floors or no floors at all with plumbing and/or […]

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How to Overcome Poor Credit when Leasing Space ( 7 Strategies)

Many landlords and property managers have specific credit requirements before renting a space to a tenant.  The credit score is often used to determine if a tenant is a good candidate for the space.  Some real estate experts agree that a score of 625 or higher is acceptable in most cases depending if tenant concessions […]

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Lieberthal’s 10 Tips for Successful Leasing

If your commercial lease is expiring within the next 6 months or so and you are thinking about renewing or moving, please consider the tips listed below to help with the process: 1. Review your lease at least 6-12 months before the expiration date. This gives you time to think about a strategy—whether it is […]

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