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Common questions about commercial real estate jargon

It can feel overwhelming when you start to navigate the world of commercial real estate. When negotiating leases, and reading through terms, you may not understand some of the words used. It's easy to overlook such details, but this is a dangerous thing to do because you may be missing some important information.

Understanding how escrow can assist real estate transactions

If you are interested in purchasing a home in the state of Florida, you will understand that it is no simple undertaking. Buying a home is likely going to be the biggest purchase you make in your life; therefore, it is important that you do it right.

The pros and cons of forming a business for your investments

If you have invested in real estate in the state of Florida in the past, you will likely have a good understanding of the hard work and element of risk that is involved in the activity. Many property developers fall into the real estate industry by following their passion and only further down the line do they decide to formalize it in a business structure.

What is passive income and should you get in on it?

Anyone who has worked for a living understands active income: money which is earned through performing a service, but few people have experienced the joy of passive income. While setting up the passive income revenue stream may require active work upfront, it becomes a reasonably self-sufficient money-making machine in time. The best example of this is rental income.

Negotiating a commercial real estate lease

If you are a property owner or a business owner in the state of Florida, you may be interested in negotiating a commercial real estate lease. You may be doing this from the perspective of earning money from your property, or you may want to have a space from which to run your business. No matter which side you are on, it is important that you understand the relevant aspects of the law.


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