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  • 5 Important Strategies in a Tight CRE Market

    By Randolph T. Mason, CCIM, SIOR, Partner, Commercial Realty Specialists: When buying property in today’s market, follow five key strategies to achieve success in negotiations.

    National 19 August 2015 18:22
  • Modern Curtain Walls: 4 Simple Steps to Avoiding Costly Disputes & Performance Problems

    There is no feature of a modern building that is more visible—and few that are more critical—than its curtain wall.

    National 30 October 2014 14:43
  • When is Too Much Too Much?

    By Randolph T. Mason, CCIM, SIOR, Managing Partner, Commercial Realty Specialists: When negotiating something as important as a commercial real estate lease or purchase transaction, both sides need to assess the market and determine who has the most negotiation leverage.

    National 15 October 2014 18:58
  • Estoppel Certificates: Achieving Certainty

    By Manuel Fishman, Real Estate Attorney, Buchalter Nemer: In most every acquisition of a commercial property, the prospective buyer will require that the property’s tenants execute an estoppel certificate. Be sure the right language is included.

    National 15 October 2014 17:23
  • Why Sell Now?

    By Robert Bach, Director of Research – Americas, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank: It’s a seller’s market right now for most property types.

    National 01 October 2014 15:55
  • Five Costly Mistakes for Net Lease Owners to Avoid

    By Rich Murphy, Managing Director of Asset Management, and Winston Orzechowski, Research Director, Calkain Cos.: The idea of managing a triple-net lease property probably doesn’t make sense to a lot of real estate investors, but in some situations the fine print of the lease will add a few caveats that the inattentive landlord can stumble over if they are not careful.

    National 17 September 2014 23:04
  • Be Aware of ‘CAM’ Expenses

    By Randolph T. Mason, CCIM, SIOR, Partner, Commercial Realty Specialists: Occasionally, a landlord may attempt to use the common area maintenance expenses as a profit center. It’s not uncommon to have the tenant reserve the right to audit the landlord’s expenses.

    National 16 October 2013 19:34