Single Tenant Net Lease
Market Update & Forecast
Original Air Date: February 28, 2013
Join host Michael Bull and the shows industry guests as they share an enlightening look at the single tenant net lease sector of the commercial real estate industry.
Guests share current market intel, future expectations and strategies of the top investors in the industry. Discussions include cap rates, current financing terms, the most sought after properties, the possible effects from FASB accounting changes and much more.
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Mixed Use Developments
In The New Economy
Original Air Date: February 21, 2013
Leading mixed use developers discuss the state of mixed use development in the new economy.
As the recovery grinds forward, retailer and consumer behavior has adjusted, residential tenants and buyers needs have changed and lenders, what do they think about mixed use?
Are cities adjusting zoning for developments that work? Are tenants open to the benefits and challenges of mixed use? Mixed use is involving and these developers are leading the wave of the future.
2013 Tax Changes Affect on Commercial Real Estate
Original Air Date: February 14, 2013
How will changes in the tax code affect the commercial real estate industry?
Commercial real estate tax experts share the latest tax changes and how to manage tax planning as the government deals with entitlement reform, debt reduction and the debt ceiling.
Guests share the latest tax changes from the fiscal cliff legislation and the affect on consumer spending, corporate investment, jobs and the commercial real estate recovery.
As mentioned on the show, this is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFb6NU1giRA to Dr. Benjamin Carson’s amazing speech at National Prayer Breakfast. Now this is fair tax and flat tax.
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