8 Hot Tips for Attorneys Leasing Short-term Office Space Near Federal Courthouse in Tampa

Tampa’s federal courthouse is a busy hub of activity during the workweek. Many attorneys spend their entire day in or around the federal courthouse and, rather than making the commute into downtown Tampa every day, seek available office-space near the federal courthouse building. The Federal Courthouse also sees attorneys from all over the country trying […]

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10 Things to Know About Property Management

Real estate investors know that a large part of a stable investment is a properly managed property. Despite an investment looking good on paper, a poorly managed property can cause an investment’s ROI potential to plummet. Property management is a key issue in real estate and investors should know effective property management strategies. Here is […]

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What Changes in Cuba Might Mean to the Florida Real Estate & Construction Markets

President Obama’s latest trip to Cuba marked a continuing effort of goodwill towards the island, furthering hopes of mending relationships with the island. As Cuba-U.S. relations continue to move in a more positive direction, commercial real estate investors and developers are looking towards the promise of financial opportunity given that the embargo is dismantled. In […]

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6 Marketing Tips to Help Find Commercial Tenants

You have found the perfect commercial property investment. Conditions are right for a stable, profitable return on investment, there is just one problem: you just can’t seem to fill the vacancies in your commercial, retail and office properties. Tenants are a vital aspect to any commercial real estate or industrial space. Income from tenants not […]

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A Few Pointers on Investing in Commercial Real Estate

  Browse through the home improvement TV channels at night and you’ll see there is no shortage of ‘flippers’ and residential property investors in the industry (scripted or not.) Anybody with good credit and who is handy with a hammer could essentially buy a house, fix it up, and rent it out for a nice […]

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Concerns Arise Over Florida’s Shortfall in Construction Labor Force

Florida’s real growing real estate bubble might not be ready to burst, but it is in some danger of deflating. A growing lack of construction labor in the state is starting to worry real estate investors and developers. The concern over the increasingly waning labor-force arises from the possibility of increased rates for construction and longer […]

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Tampa Airport Expansion: Real Estate Opportunity?

By: Jason Quick, ESQ   Background The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority (Authority) is an autonomous county administrative unit that operates four airports, the most important of which is Tampa International Airport (TPA).  Currently, TPA occupies 3,300 acres west of downtown Tampa with three runways serving 16.7 million passengers annually.  The largest carriers are: Southwest/AirTran with […]

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Year-End Tax Planning Strategies?

Consider shifting some of your retirement account money to fee simple real estate.  Yes, you can hold investment property in an IRA.  Learn How…. Contact us at 813.514.1070 for more information on Sales and Leasing Commercial Property in Greater Tampa Area

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Channelside and the Revitalization of Downtown Retail and Entertainment

By: Joshua Klein Like a phoenix rising out of the ashes, can the return of retail and entertainment areas within Tampa’s downtown core be sustainable? With the impending bankruptcy sale of Channelside Plaza to the Tampa Port Authority being delayed by legal proceedings, this is the question that many residents and investors are asking. Tampa […]

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Tampa Trends: Where are the Young Professionals and What Does it Mean for Residential Development?

By: Jason D. Quick, Esq.  The “young professionals,” an oft sought after demographic by many municipalities and companies, is commonly defined as a group of young adults, aged 24-34, with a Bachelor’s degree or higher.  The current batch of young professionals are a subset of the Millennial generation, a generation that, for the most part, […]

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