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Jeff specializes in content creation, editing and proofreading in the real estate, finance and investment, and general business sectors for clients around the globe. My +25 years of extensive experience include actively working in and writing about all aspects of the real estate industry: Residential, multi family, commercial, leasing, renting, selling, group investing, business brokerage and property management. He has also written and published several very popular real estate books under the pen name Jeffrey Roark - The Basic Property Management Guide, Investment Real Estate Analysis: A Case Study, How To Find & Keep Great Tenants, and How To Make Money In Property Management. These can be found through all of the major book distributors. Jeff is a Certified Commercial Investment Member. The CCIM designation is held by only 15,000 commercial and investment real estate professionals worldwide and is the highest professional certification one can earn in commercial investment real estate.
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The Holdover Clause In Commercial Real Estate Leases – What It Is and How It Works

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Commercial real estate leases have a lot of negotiable terms and conditions. Accepting the boilerplate language of the holdover clause in a commercial lease can have a big impact...

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How To Calculate Your Commercial Rent

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Calculating a commercial rent can be complicated, and if you’re not careful you could end up paying more for your lease than expected. ...

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Commercial Real Estate Depreciation – How Does It Work?

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Commercial real estate depreciation lets investors expense the cost of income producing property over time, lower the amount of personal income tax paid, and even roll over and...

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7 Tips for Choosing Your Next Office Location

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While many business mistakes can be corrected, choosing the wrong space for your business can be an expensive mistake that’s particularly difficult to fix....

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How to Sublease Your Office Space

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Not all commercial leases give a tenant the right to sublease. When office leases do allow subleasing, they often include restrictions on subletting. A few examples of such...

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Fall 2019 Commercial Real Estate Conferences & Events

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Network, generate new leads, and learn what you need to know about our highly competitive business by attending some of the best conferences and events for commercial real estate...

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Office Building of the Week: Fisher Building, Detroit

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The Fisher Building at 3011 West Grand Boulevard in Detroit is one of the most recognized office buildings in the Midwestern U.S. Designations and acknowledgments in the National...

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Why Retail Is The Newest Flexible Office Space

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Retail and shopping mall investors across the country are giving office users a new place to work. A recent report by JLL notes that over the next 10 years, flexible space will...

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What Are the Pros and Cons of a Virtual Office?

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Virtual offices are a great way to save money, expand into new markets with a physical address, and tap into top talent from around the world. Granted, some businesses still might...

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Office Building of the Week: Willoughby Tower, Chicago

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The site of the Willoughby Tower at 8 South Michigan Avenue in Chicago has been occupied for nearly 200 years. The Sisters of Mercy founded Chicago’s first convent there in...

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