Corporate real estate departments all wrestle with common issues, including how to meet the needs of their internal clients, reduce occupancy costs, and use the corporate as
Some demanding commercial real estate deals take a year, some take two, and occasionally one takes a decade.
Twenty years ago, investment brokers accepted open listings as the standard way to sell property.
"You just have to put last things first.”
We used to say, “If you're in the door, you're in the deal,” but in the current fast-changing atmosphere, that isn't the case.
What better time to plant the seeds of success than at the beginning of a new century?
A fantastic presentation doesn't just happen.
Help wanted: Commercial real estate company seeks professional with strong sales and people skills and considerable indu
Donald Eaton, CCIM, CPM, entertains clients in a bucolic setting — on his boat on a New Hampshire lake.
Commercial real estate brokers at IPC Commercial Real Estate in La Jolla, Calif., are motivated by fear of missing the boat — literally.