Tuesday
April 24, 2018

Commercial: Feature Articles

  • Wed, 09/01/1999

    Bad residential tenants can wield a lot of power. They can damage property, stop paying rent, and make good residents want to leave. But a thorough tenant-screening process, residential property managers say, can prevent a world of headaches in defaults, evictions, and unnecessary turnover.

  • Wed, 09/01/1999

    E-commerce’s precise impact on retail sales remains hazy. But few question that there'll be an impact—a large one.

  • Sun, 08/01/1999

    Although residential practitioners have used the MLS for years, commercial practitioners haven't always shared listing information. Commercial property listing Web sites started to emerge in the mid-1990s, but an MLS-like comprehensive network of commercial property listings has yet to emerge.

  • Sun, 08/01/1999

    Although being online isn't yet a requirement in all areas of commercial real estate, clients are becoming more technosavvy every day, expecting to use E-mail to communicate, send a photo, or receive a lease.

  • Sun, 08/01/1999

    The Internet abounds with tools that can bring market knowledge and real buyers to your door.

  • Thu, 07/01/1999

    Those heady days when real estate investment trusts seemed to be gobbling up every apartment building, office complex, and retail center in sight have become a distant memory since their stock prices plunged last year. But that hasn’t stopped practitioners from working on a steady stream of REIT deals.

  • Tue, 06/01/1999

    Real estate practitioners aren’t required to be environmental experts. Still, familiarity with environmental issues could help you facilitate a sale, limit liability for the parties, and establish a reputation for thoroughness and dependability.

  • Sat, 05/01/1999

    No matter how quickly globalization accelerates, real estate transactions will always be local in nature. The buyer, the seller, the landlord, or the tenant will always want someone with local real estate knowledge involved in the deal.

  • Thu, 04/01/1999

    Investors today are pouring money into the executive suites business, giving office space owners, managers, and leasing agents newfound respect for this once cottage industry.

  • Thu, 04/01/1999

    Investors today are pouring money into the executive suites business, giving office space owners, managers, and leasing agents newfound respect for this once cottage industry.