Looking To Lease A Commercial Space? What You Should Know About Tenant Improvement Allowances

Posted on: 2 December 2017

If you are looking to lease a commercial space, you may have come across the term tenant improvement allowances. If you have never heard of this term before, you may find yourself wondering what this is, how it can be beneficial to you and how much money you can get for an allowance. Here is what you need to know about tenant improvement allowances: What Are Tenant Improvement Allowances?  Tenant improvement allowances are often offered as part of the commercial leasing terms.
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Buying A Home? Useful Tips To Help You Learn More About Each Home You Are Considering

Posted on: 13 November 2017

According to data compiled by the National Association of Realtors®, the average home listing price in 2016 was a whopping $412,222.94. While this number is only an average figure and not relevant to the myriad of real estate market areas across the nation that may reflect much different numbers, it is a very real reminder that buying a home is a large investment that should be taken very seriously. So it stands to reason that buyers should use every avenue available to find out as much about any home they are considering before moving forward with a purchase offer.
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When To Call And Not To Call Your Real Estate Property Manager

Posted on: 24 October 2017

If you are renting your residence, or you plan on renting, then you want to learn what warrants a call to the manager and what you should deal with on your own. It's important for you to call your manager when you should, but you also don't want to bother them unnecessarily when you really shouldn't. Knowing when you should call them can help you to be a better tenant. Here are examples of conditions you may find yourself dealing with and information on whether or not your manager should be the one called to help:
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Why You Should Live Close To Your Workplace

Posted on: 10 October 2017

The number one reason people love living close to their workplaces is that they can get to work in a short time, but it is the only reason? And how does getting to work fast help? Here are some of the benefits of living close to your workplace: It Is Healthy for You There are numerous health benefits you can enjoy by moving closer to work. For example, depending on how close you are to the workplace, you may be able to walk or cycle there; both of these options are healthier than driving every day.
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