Coming from a year where the United States’ unemployment rate peaked at 14.7% in April, businesses are having trouble staying afloat. And, many real estate owners are having trouble filling vacant commercial units.
When you find a good asset manager and a good property manager, you can trust them with your investments.
If you own commercial real estate, you’re used to employing service providers to keep your operation running smoothly. You probably know it’s a good thing to hire bonded service providers.
Automation in commercial real estate businesses is crucial for efficiency and lowering overall costs.
Energy efficiency isn’t just a trend! Neither are green leases.
A good chart of accounts is the foundation for good record keeping. This is true for all industries, including commercial real estate.
Buying a property is a significant commitment of time and financial resources. That’s why a property title search is important.
If you’ve recently acquired a property and you’re looking to become a commercial landlord, you may be wondering what insurance you should require your tenants to carry.
As a commercial real estate owner, you are likely familiar with the process of filling out a personal financial statement (PFS).
Common area maintenance charges (usually abbreviated to CAM) are often a part of a commercial lease.