Monthly Archives: December 2011

Professionals Realty Group Releases Its Top 5 Best Business Practice List For Real Estate

Professionals Realty Group USA (ProsUSA), a national real estate franchising company, releases its top five business tactics for real estate brokers and agents to implement in 2012 to increase productivity. "Our '2012 Top 5 List' is based on best practice sharing amongst our global real estate...
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Warehouses Gain From Internet Retail Sales

As more consumers shift more of their buying activity online, demand is increasing for warehouse and fulfillment centers while demand is declining for more store space.  A new research report confirms an estimated 166 Million Square Feet of Industrial space was absorbed for said use. Although this is not a new...
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Mark Cuban On Why You Should Never Listen To Your Customers

A great quote from technology luminary Alan Kay that every entrepreneur needs to remember: "The best way to predict the future is to invent it."
I'm working with a company that at one point had a product that was not only best in its class, but also technically far ahead of its competition. It...
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Thinking Of Giving Up ?…. This Is The Season Of Hope

These are times of serious economic uncertainty and at different times in life many people feel the urge to give up-whether it be your job, a relationship, exercise routine, diet, or learning something. At those times it is easy to find a multitude of reasons why quitting would be so easy, and we tell ourselves...
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The Industrial Real Estate Market Report

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Cap Rates…Some Like It High…Some Like it Low

There are really two perspectives when looking at capitalization rates in business–the buyer’s and the seller’s. Why would one want it high and one want it low. Before explaining their differing perspectives, pharmacy it is first important to understand what we mean by “capitalization rate” or “cap rate.” A capitalization rate in business...
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3 Things That Make A Great Entrepreneur

In today’s tough economy, ask people are realizing that while the government can help assist in job creations, ambulance two out of three jobs are created by small businesses. As people are laid off, forced into early retirement or cannot find a job after graduation, more and...
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Recasting Your Real Estate Strategy

Strategy is your organization’s guide to long-term success. It captures your aspirations and actions, viagra highlights opportunities, click defines roles, and structures profitability. If the recession and uncertainty have clouded your current strategy, consider recasting it both for short-term survival and for long-term sustainment. These goals should...
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Thou Shalt Not Invest in Less Than Blue Ribbon Locations

Quality as a relative term

Having spent the lion’s share of my real estate brokerage career in Southern California I learned that location quality was a relative term. If you didn’t need to shoot your way in ‘n out of a neighborhood, salve it probably wasn’t a bad place to...
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