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Lincoln Signs Two New Leases at Lenox Center, Brings Property to 95 Percent Occupancy
| July 11, 2016
Filinvest Land, Inc. (PSE: FLI) is the real estate arm of the Andrew Gotianun-owned Filinvest Development Corporation. It initially started out as Citation Homes, Inc.
Article | March 11, 2020
The term “commercial real estate” is a broad phrase that includes several types of properties spanning across certain residential, office, and industrial developments. Commercial real estate investment generally requires more capital than other types of investment projects and involves more experience and time. It is imperative to understand the facts when deciding to become a commercial investor as other people’s livelihoods are at stake. Any mismanagement could be disastrous. As mentioned, “commercial real estate” is a broad category that many types of properties fall under. It is often defined as “real property” (ie: property “fixed” to the land) that generates a profit for the property holder.
Article | February 26, 2020
Word-of-mouth is great, but it’s often not enough to generate the leads you need in your real estate business, especially if you’re just starting out.But rather than waffle around trying all the available online marketing strategies, we’re condensing the research down for you.Here are the best of the best 2020 marketing trends that you can put to use today.
Article | February 24, 2020
Forget “location, location, location.” For luxury real estate today, it’s all about “lifestyle, lifestyle, lifestyle.” As a real estate agent for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Boston and a Coldwell Banker Global Luxury® Ambassador, I’ve watched affluent homebuyers become less concerned with where they live and more concerned with how they live. According to “The Report: 2020” just released by the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury® program, the majority want outdoor living, flex spaces/home offices, home automation, open-concept floor plans and new construction. I’m not surprised to see such high demand for new builds. After all, who doesn’t like new? With that in mind, here are some of 2020’s most interesting new construction trends.
Article | February 13, 2020
DFW has record low unemployment rates of 2.9 percent as of December 2019. The workforce gap between retiring baby boomers and up-and-coming workers is causing a labor shortage and skill gap. Large tech companies are offering aggressive compensation packages to beat out the competition. And never mind your corporate culture, workplace strategy, and proximity to hip coffee shops. These are real challenges for business leaders that require data to make the right decision for their organization. Solutions are out there, but you need a fresh perspective using data. There are hundreds of factors to consider, such as education levels, local workforce skills, or market sustainability, but let’s focus on age for now — specifically, the demographic age group of 20 to 34.
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