In the Setting up a Chart of Accounts for your Real Estate Management Company blog, we talked high level about setting up a Chart of Accounts for a real estate company. This time we are taking it one step further and we are walking you through the process, step by step for QuickBooks desktop. You […]
Once you have identified a commercial real estate asset to purchase, the due diligence period begins. Verification begins with everything, including taxes, insurance and common area maintenance (CAM).
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Ever had a commercial real estate appraisal? Are you curious what you could do to help the process?
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Is your company one of the nearly 80% of commercial real estate companies that use spreadsheets and disconnected systems for asset management?