Thank you to Integra Realty Resources, Inc. for the above analysis relating to 2014 Cap Rates in the major U. S. metropolitan areas. As you will see the secondary markets like (Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton) remain strong performers and attractive for investment. We believe that
General Business Issues
Come Closer, We Have A Secret To Share With You…Fly Over States !
It is no surprise to most real estate professionals that the industry is cyclical. 2008/2009 was rock bottom for the real estate industry. Slowly the industry has made a steady rebound thanks to the private investment. As in many recoveries, the primary major metropolitan areas mostly situated along the East and West Coasts have seen…
Dennis Would Have Liked This
Dennis Lane would have liked this. In fact, he would have liked this on at least two fronts.
First, with an avid love of the water, biking and outdoor activities, Dennis would have appreciated what’s going on in downtown Cleveland along the banks of the Cuyahoga River just south of Collision Bend. As …
Five Points to Consider When Leasing Construction Equipment
As the construction industry starts to rebound from a down market, rentals of project equipment are on the rise. Whether you are an owner, principal contractor, or specialty trade subcontractor, you may very well be renting equipment for use on an upcoming project. Here are five important points to bear in mind:
Sign of a Turnaround ?
MSNBC is reporting that a parking spot in New York City just sold for $1 Million ! Could this be the sign of a real estate industry turnaround ?
As 2011 winds down and 2012 ramps up, I wanted to share with our readers the following thoughts from Seth Godin which he wrote on his blog recently:
Is there really any other kind?
If we see turbulence coming, we tend to avoid it. The art is in knowing that turbulence might…
What Is In; What Is Out: One Lawyer’s Perspective
It is the time of the year to reflect on what happened this past year. What is trending? What did we do right? What did we do wrong? What can we expect next year?
Tweeting is in. Now the challenge is to figure out a way to monetize it as opposed to just joking with my kids.
My Technology Wish List
Technology has revolutionized our practice. Faxes used to be the greatest thing ever, and we have moved way past faxes in the last 10 years. Technology will continue to evolve. My wish list:
1. Phones as we know them are eliminated. All phone calls will be video calls over the computer, screen to screen …
Co-Working Office Space
As more workers and entrepreneurs are requiring space to hold meetings and appointments outside the company office, there is a growing need for locations away from homes in which to "plug in", make phone calls without the background music and noise of a Starbucks or other such cafe. The industry which addresses this need is referred…
Gorilla Marketing Hits Real Estate
Internet/mobile advertising company, Adzookie, is offering to paint your home and pay your mortgage if you keep your house wrapped in their ad. Not a new idea, but this one will get much more attention for less marketing dollars than the cost of a traditional advertising campaign.
Any reason this concept will not work…