Social Media for Commercial Neophytes

“Everyone is living for everyone else now. They’re doing stuff so they can tell other people about it. I don’t get all that social media stuff. I’ve always got other things I want to do – odd jobs around the house. No one wants to hear about...

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Pricing and Selling a Business

Selling a business, even if real estate is involved, requires different skills when it comes to pricing and promoting it to prospective purchasers. Here’s where many real estate agents go astray – by not separating the business from its real estate location; instead treating each as a separate (distinct) sale...

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Rosier Outlook for Office Space?

Office space, that long time “darling” sector of commercial real estate, has taken on an unusual glumness these past few years, as landlords and businesses struggle with emptying or woefully underutilized space. While demand for office space hasn’t dropped significantly (particularly in Atlanta), tenants are...

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E-Commerce Bolsters Warehouses but Decimates Store Fronts

A competitive consequence of online shopping is fast-fast (usually free) delivery – thus the need for even quicker, accessible inventory. While most online retailers have maintained warehouses in suburban locations, such ambitious shipping guarantees necessitate warehouse space even closer to major metropolitan...

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