7 Reasons to Use a Commercial Real Estate Broker

I received a telephone call yesterday from a business owner 2 years in to a 5 year lease.  This is not an unusual occurance.  It happens frequently.  What made this unusual is the business owner (let’s call him Bob) had spoken with me over 2 years ago, inquiring about using our services to help them relocate their […]

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Trump Sued Over Tampa Condo Project

Trump Sued in Tampa Trump Tower Tampa Buyers Say They Were Bilked by The Donald in Suit Filed by Clark & Martino PA and Williams Schifino Mangione & Steady PA TAMPA, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Donald Trump is in hot water again – this time in Tampa where Trump Tower Tampa buyers allege that the real estate mogul […]

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Office Space for Rent – South Tampa, Kennedy Blvd. – Class A

We do not control the listing on this property. This was shot for a client in which we represent as a potential tenant. Contact us at 813.514.1070 for more information on Sales and Leasing Commercial Property in Greater Tampa Area

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Residential Sales Are Up in Tampa Area – Does It Mean Anything?

Excerpt from the TB Business Journal:  Existing single-family home sales were up 33 percent statewide and almost that high in Sarasota-Bradenton as real estate practitioners look back at the third quarter. Home sales jumped 32 percent in Sarasota-Bradenton, the best increase in the Tampa Bay region, according to Florida Realtors. More than 2,300 homes were […]

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Commercial Real Estate Crash in Tampa? ….Say it Ain’t So!

….Well, I did say “it isn’t so” and still do say that the predictions of impending crash of the commercial real estate market are greatly exaggerated.  I was recently quoted by James Thorner, of the St Petersburg Times about my feelings on the market.  I believe I was the only Tampa commercial real estate broker or […]

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FDIC Issues New Guide on Commercial Real Estate Loans

This is significant news out of Washington, but not unexpected, at least by this blogger. I have long maintained that the regulators, Congress and other government bodies will do what is necessary to mitigate a commercial real estate collapse. Information of upside-down loan values and the huge number of performing/non-performing loans* is well known to […]

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