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Will COVID Precautions Become the New Tenant Amenity? 
If you’ve been paying attention to the news or social media, it seems hard to escape news about the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Since COVID-19 is a respiratory virus, spread largely by people coming into close contact with one another (within 6 feet), apartment buildings and multifamily dwellings...
“May I Take You to Dinner?” Restaurant Dining in a Post-COVID-19 World
The following is a guest post by D. Scott McLain, CCIM of Coldwell Banker Commercial McLain Real Estate in Huntsville, Alabama  In a matter of weeks one of the most common and pleasant activities we have enjoyed for decades came to a screeching halt. The Coronavirus has devastated the restaurant industry in a way...
Real Estate’s Industrial Sector Amid COVID-19
No matter where you turn to get your news, you’re likely to be bombarded by anything and everything related to COVID-19 right now. The full impact of this novel virus on our world has yet to be fully understood. In fact, you’ve probably heard the term “unchartered water” more than once — and this is probably...
The Importance of Integrity and Empathy – Lessons from our Mother and Business Partner
The following a a guest post by Allyson Lewis and Tommy Lewis of Coldwell Banker Commercial Lewis Realty Group This Mother’s Day, we celebrated our mother, Carol Lewis, who isn’t just our mom, but our business partner at Coldwell Banker Commercial Lewis Realty Group. To honor her, we want to share the story of our...
Turning your Capital into Commercial Capitol
The following is a guest post by Lynn Kaiser Conrad Chicago is well known for being nicknamed “the windy city.” Some say it is because of the cold winds coming off Great Lake Michigan. Others say the nickname originated from the residents who allegedly were well known for being braggarts. Yet, there are those that...
Managing Real Estate Expenses in the Coronavirus Economy
The following is a guest post by Tom Hershey, Dan Spiegel and Jane Thorn Leeson Read the original article on GlobeSt.com.  Real estate premise expense can consume as much as 20% of revenue for many businesses, making it one of the top operating costs. It is therefore no surprise that in these times of uncertainty,...
Acquiring Commercial Property and Environmental Audits: Do I Need One?
The following is a guest post from Dan Stiebel, CCIM of Coldwell Banker Commercial Schmidt Realtors, Traverse City, MI When purchasing any commercial property, it is important to know the history of that property and find out if there might be environmental contamination that could impact plans for, or the occupants...
Commercial Real Estate Tips in Rural Markets Featuring Ben Bates
Rural landscapes are changing, and those changes are impacting commercial real estate. Living in a rural community has its own set of unique issues, obstacles and benefits when it comes to commercial real estate. The secret is diversification, according to Ben Bates, broker/owner of Coldwell Banker Ben Bates.
Path to Commercial Real Estate Passes through the Donut Hole
Midlife often triggers change. This may mean change your car, to a sporty model; or change your hair, to a new color and style, and on occasion change your career. Coldwell Banker Commercial is an ideal landing space for those considering such a move.
3 Choices to Make You More Successful
The following is a guest post from Jef Conn of Coldwell Banker Commercial Capital Advisors in Lubbock, TX Real estate, including commercial, is an entrepreneur’s dream. You get to control your own destiny with limitless income and leadership potential. In my opinion, the greatest freedom as well as challenge in life...

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