New accounting rules in 2019, 2020 affect businesses right now.
Since 2010 we at Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson have been warning you about new FASB accounting standards that will affect how you report your office, retail or industrial commerce real estate… Full Story
California case tackles the often no-win situation of dual agency in commercial real estate lease or purchase transactions.
In a California case closely followed by the commercial real estate industry, the California Supreme Court ruled that all agents… Full Story
You’ve figured out what you want in your Tucson office, retail or industrial space. You’ve checked out what’s available and taken a look at the top prospects.
Now it’s time to create proposals to lease that will be sent to landlords or their brokers. Also known… Full Story
More than 200 articles in a continually growing online library provides tips and analyses of Tucson commercial lease tips and news.
Tucson, AZ – Sept. 23, 2015 – More than 200 articles and other sources of information on topics from local commercial real estate… Full Story
Since most commercial real estate leases are initially presented to a potential tenant in a “boiler plate” format, it is critically important to review each and every clause to make sure that no detail goes unnoticed so as to avoid potential landmines that could… Full Story
Commercial Real Estate (CRE) property value in every category and in almost every major market across the country has made a full recovery since the Great Recession. CRE investment activity has been moving along at a steady boil and vacancy factors are consistently… Full Story
According to Carrie S. Holstead, President & CEO, Carrie S. Holstead Real Estate Consultants, Inc. / ITRA Global, as more landlords offer tenants a set dollar amount for tenant improvements, companies are learning an expensive lesson in the hidden costs of … Full Story