I recently attended a meeting where the topic of discussion was finding the right place to retire. Ideas were floating around that a lot of people cannot afford to retire in the area they live right now. The reasons are no mystery to anyone; high cost of living, low retirement income, and access to medical… Read More about What to Look for When You Are Considering a Retirement Place.
No matter what industry you are in, a lease can be a critical part of your business. It not only adds to your overhead expenses, it can also be the cornerstone to any facilities that you may operate in. With that in mind, it is incredibly important to make sure you have terms that are… Read More about 4 Reasons to Renegotiate Your CRE Lease with an Agent’s Help
While it’s often desirable to live somewhat close to a good school, supermarket, or public transportation, living too close could cost you when you try to sell your home. If you’re in the vicinity of earsplitting noise — think airplanes taking off, firetrucks whizzing by, or the constant rattle of train tracks — it’s impossible to avoid. So if… Read More about Buying a Home? Watch Out for the 9 Factors That Crush Values.
Doctors recommend everyone to have a physical check up at least once a year. Most people regularly check their financial status by at least monitoring their bank accounts activity. We need to treat our home with the same care and attention. We should have a professional inspection of our properties regularly. There are many reasons… Read More about Why is it Important?
Obtaining new tenants can be a costly affair for landlords. If tenants are dissatisfied, given today’s market, they can easily seek new space. It is always the preferred option to retain good tenants – those who pay their rent on time and cause little or no problems. The Coldwell Banker Commercial® organization offers these tips… Read More about Tenant Retention Tips: Part 1