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Check out the latest tips for tenants and users of commercial real estate space.
In this issue

    • It is Easier to Keep Tenants Than Find New Ones
      A property manager may spend quite a large amount of money advertising to fill vacancies in a building. Once the tenants are in, everything within reason is done to keep them happy and paying the rent. It is difficult when one of these tenants is enticed to move to another location.
    • How to Fix Problems With Income Properties For Profit
      There are always problem properties in any community. Some are only troubled or problem properties because the current owner does not know how to fix them (or will not). The present owner may have failed to do fairly simple things that can solve the problems. This can be an opportunity for someone who can do the work. Buying a property and solving problems that plague it is a profit-making business.
    • Advantages and Risks With Investing In Single Tenant Properties
      Around 25% to 35% of the value of commercial properties are single-tenant properties (STPs). This large percentage means that institutional investors such as pension funds, as well as smaller investment groups must consider this type of investment. There are many uses ranging from office to industrial to retail. They can include office buildings, warehouses, department stores, supermarkets and other retail use. There are advantages and disadvantages in this type of ownership compared to multi-tenant properties.
    • How to Make the Right Investment at the Right Time
      The recession has affected real estate more than economic turndowns in recent decades. The government reports that this economy is now showing signs of a turnaround. If it is improving, now may be the time to start thinking of the next real estate investment.

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