Sell for More Trivia: What state are the wealthy migrating to?

Published on February 7th, 2020

Sell for More Trivia is a weekly blog series that playfully presents a trivia question about commercial real estate.   This state netted $16 billion in adjusted gross income from in-migration in 2018…Florida. In fact, Florida has been the country’s top beneficiary for the 6th straight year according to the IRS. The net economic benefit from migration increased 3% from $15.5 billion in 2017. The…

Sell for More Story: The Lease vs. Own Marketing Strategy

Published on February 6th, 2020

Sell for More Story is a weekly blog series that educates sellers using real life examples from the street.      Estimate how much your property is worth, for free, before you list it for sale.  Plus get the step-by-step blueprint to sell your property for the highest price the market will pay (click here) How to get an unfair advantage.  Click here to join Sell…

Sell for More News: Office users want these two things most

Published on February 5th, 2020

Sell for More News is a weekly blog series with interesting information from the world of commercial real estate.   There’s a lot of talk about the amenities needed to attract office tenants.  But what do the office users really want? The answer is simple: Natural light (or views of the outdoors) Healthy air quality Until office users get these two requirements…you can keep your treadmill…

Sell for More Advice: Don’t tell me…show me

Published on February 3rd, 2020

Sell for More Advice is a weekly blog series that provides no-nonsense tips for commercial real estate sellers.       Estimate how much your property is worth, for free, before you list it for sale.  Plus get the step-by-step blueprint to sell your property for the highest price the market will pay (click here) How to get an unfair advantage.  Click here to join Sell for…

Sell for More Trivia: What title issues can kill your deal?

Published on January 31st, 2020

Sell for More Trivia is a weekly blog series that playfully presents a trivia question about commercial real estate.   When selling commercial real estate, most sellers hire a title company to hold the earnest money, prepare the closing documents and provide title insurance on the transaction. After a Purchase and Sale Agreement is signed, the title company will generate a Preliminary Title Policy.  The…

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