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July 2018 Archives

Factors to consider for your commercial lease

If you own a business in New York, you know first hand the difficulty of finding a commercial space that will work for your business without breaking the bank. When you find a place that is both good for your operations and affordable, you may be anxious to sign the lease and move in. However, there are various important factors to consider when negotiating your commercial lease. 

More foreigners showing interest in commercial real estate

Recent research indicates that a growing number of foreign investors are interested in buying non-residential properties in the United States, including in New York. According to a study, about 20 percent of real estate agents who facilitate commercial real estate transactions closed sales with international clients last year. Furthermore, more than a third of them have seen an upswing in the quantity of foreign investors knocking on their doors.

Commercial real estate mistakes may prevent a sale

The process of selling a business property is not always straightforward. Unfortunately, common selling mistakes may make it impossible for a seller to unload his or her commercial real estate property. Here are a couple of mistakes to avoid when selling a piece of property in New York.

Common hurdles to creating wills and how to overcome them

Estate planning is oftentimes a neglected task in today's busy society. However, anyone in New York and elsewhere who owns assets can benefit from putting together wills or trusts. Here are a couple of hurdles that keep people from creating estate plans and how to overcome them.