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December 2004 Online Deal Makers 

RetailKeith A. Sturm, CCIM, «Michael K. Houge, CCIM, SIOR, and Deborah K. Vannelli, CCIM, of the Upland Real Estate Group in Minneapolis, represented the seller in the $1.2 million sale of a 3,894 square foot Pizza Hut net

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Office Charles S. Carmody, CCIM, of CB Richard Ellis Carmody LLC in Charleston, S.C., represented Jup iter Realty Corp. in the approximately $23 million sale of three office buildings totaling 162,478 sf in North Charleston, S.C., to private local investors.

Real Estate in Russia 

Editor's Note In 2004, Norman Miller, director of the University of Cincinnati's Real Estate Center and CCIM Institute's education consultant, gave a day long series of four lectures in Moscow. Following are some of his observations about Russia 's commercial

November 2004 Online Deal Makers 

OfficeJerry L. Buckner, CCIM, SIOR, and M. Brett Buckner, CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness Buckner & Co. Industrial & Commercial Real Estate in Atlanta represented American Financial Realty, in the $1.95 million sale of the 38,165 sf Bank of America

Revolutionize Your Work 

How do you catch up with commercial real estate professionals who are ahead on the technology curve? In a word, change. Change How You Work. "I use technology big time," says Stefan M. Cihylik, CCIM, a broker with the Frederick

Duty Bound 

What kind of duty does a real estate broker owe his client? Honesty ? and full disclosure ? is the best policy it is better to err on the side of caution than for brokers to potentially breach their duty

Looking Good 

Todd Gold, CCIM, president of REOC Partners in San Antonio used to show clients his appreciation by employing typical entertaining methods. "Lunches, breakfasts, broker events, etc. It was nothing extra special," he admits. "Then, someone in the office had the

Online Help 

There are many small ways that technology can help you out in a last minute effort to close a deal or present a property. The key is knowing where to find these resources before you need them. www.mimeo.com This online

Long-Term Leader 

Ronald L. Myles, CCIM, GRI, has scaled some lofty business and professional peaks in the past quarter century. His Denver headquartered real estate company, Myles Enterprises, is multi disciplined and diversified, specializing in development, brokerage, consulting, and asset management of

Multi-Asset Mastery 

Of all the transactions in the tax deferred exchange arena, multi asset exchanges can be the most complicated and technical in nature. These transactions include personal property, which is not like kind with real property. While many clients and investors

Plugging Into Productivity 

In an increasingly wired world, commercial real estate practitioners are figuring out how to adapt. Today, deals happen at warp speed the marketplace is local and global at the same time, and the amount of information available online seems practically

Putting the Client First 

Whether clients are actively building portfolios or merely maintaining stable income streams, asset management provides information to owners to enable them to make appropriate decisions regarding individual properties as well as whole portfolios. By contrast, property management focuses more on

Consider the Options 

When fully understood, properly prepared, and used correctly, real estate options are an excellent way for knowledgeable investors to conserve capital, create leverage, and reduce risks. Investors and clients who may be short on capital may find options a good

Asset Management Strategies 

Through the acquisition, management, and sale phases of an investment property, it is up to the commercial real estate consultant to mix instinct and strategy for the benefit of the client. This can be a challenge in the hands on

From Concept to Reality 

The long term goals of public private real estate partnerships can be noble better downtowns, more livable communities, and a broadened tax base. In addition, these ventures often provide civic minded commercial real estate professionals with opportunities to get in

Twin Cities Turnover/Making Over Milwaukee 

In the first half of 2004, the commercial real estate market in Minneapolis has shown marked improvements from its three year slump. Absorption of 1.4 million square feet in the industrial market and the addition of 730,000 sf of new

Capitalize on Campus 

Rundown campus properties often languish in colleges' real estate portfolios with their revenue potential unrealized. To capitalize on these opportunities, commercial real estate professionals can create joint ventures with educational institutions. The key is to identify the best prospects for