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Purchasing Timeline

General steps to Purchasing a Building with SBA Financing without Tenant Improvements needed.– Following is a general timeline with a list of items that should be addressed  during each specific time period. This is a general timing format subject to change according to the specific transaction. It is very important to work with a knowledgeable […]

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Seven SCARY Halloween Phoenix & Scottsdale Activities

In reading many of my blogs, there are times that Commercial Real Estate may seem like a scary proposition. With with a good Commercial Realtor to guide you through the process, it can be educational and fun… What can also be fun are the many wonderful Halloween activities available throughout the Phoenix and Scottsdale areas.  […]

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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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Scottsdale, AZ – a Great Place to Do Business – A Great Place to Spend Time!

Scottsdale, AZ is a city that celebrates passion in all its forms.   Listed below are recent Scottsdale 2017 attractions. iFLY Phoenix recently opened to the public in January of 2017. It is an indoor skydiving facility located at the Talking Stick Pavilions. You can experience the thrill of flying indoors in a safe and reliable […]

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Vacancy Rates Down in Phoenix & Scottsdale

According to Market Trend report from Costar, the Phoenix office market ended the fourth quarter 2016 with a vacancy rate of 15%. This is a decrease from the third quarter’s vacancy rate of 15.4%.  The vacancy rate was 15.8% at the end of the second quarter 2016 and 16.3 % at the end of the […]

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  Steps to Purchasing a Building: (Using SBA Financing)

  Purchasing a new office or industrial building for your business is an exciting step in the journey of one’s company. One important consideration in purchasing a building is the process one goes through from financing to opening and closing escrow and all the steps in between. Below is a general timeline of items to […]

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How are the END OF 2016 Phoenix Office & Industrial Vacancy rates DOING!

According to Market Trend report from Costar, the Phoenix industrial market and office market vacancy rates are on the decline. That is a good thing! A summary breakdown of Phoenix vacancy rates trending into 2017 are as follows:  The Phoenix Industrial market ended the third quarter with a vacancy rate of 10.3% which was down […]

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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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