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How to Prepare for a Closing

Closing on the purchase of vacant land or a building is an exciting but stress-inducing process. Almost all deals will involve some property inspection, title review, and other due diligence. Once you get past these milestones and proceed to close, you will likely have some questions. However, with an experienced real estate attorney by your side, you’ll have access to answers that give you the reassurance to guide you through closing. Read More

How Inflation Impacts the Real Estate Market

How Inflation Impacts the Real Estate Market Most Americans can tell you the costs of living are rapidly rising. The Consumer Price Index increased 9.2 percent year on year in April 2022, the quickest annual inflation in 40 years. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that rising rent and food costs were partially to blame, as was a newly emerging surge in gas prices that will undoubtedly become more distinct in March’s inflation report. As a result, Americans are paying more for everything; electricity and gas to keep their homes comfortable, staples at the grocery store, dinner out with friends, and probably the most painful of all, at the gas pump. Read More

What to Do with Your Empty Commercial Space

Unoccupied space is a huge hit to your balance sheet. Any unused space is costing you money and finding a way to generate income is your best bet in minimize financial loss. Keep in mind that constraints on creativity include zoning, restrictive covenants and obligations to other occupants. you come up with will be limited There are creative ways to use vacant space. In this article, I have compiled a few innovative and practical ways to transform vacant space. Read More

Colorado Commercial Real Estate Trend: How You Can Cash in on Your Empty Parking Lot

For those that watch Colorado commercial real estate closely, there is a part of our network being seriously affected by COVID-19: Colorado parking lots. Shopping malls and other commercial parking lots are sitting empty right now. Parking is something we take for granted, giving us access to rail stations, shopping, and offices. It’s hardly glamorous, but the parking industry is a huge representation of how businesses work in our society today. Here are some ideas on how to reimagine your Colorado commercial parking lot to generate income for your business in 2020 and 2021: Read More

Commercial Real Estate Ownership Considerations

Commercial real estate can be a lucrative business, but it can also be quite complicated. Even for those with experience, it can be tricky to make deals that require participants to plan over the long term. There are always many variables to consider, and it’s important to look at your investments from every angle. If not, you may find many unintended consequences down the road. Here are some things you will want to keep in mind when considering investing in commercial real estate: Read More

Colorado Commercial Lease Trends

The most important thing you can do now as a real estate professional in the commercial industry is BE PREPARED. I’ve put together the newest trends to help you do just that. Read More

COVID-19 Reveals Opportunities in Colorado Commercial Real Estate

COVID-19 has brought unprecedented challenges to Colorado businesses big and small this year, but some have continued to succeed despite the circumstances. From an economic standpoint, many of the challenges facing less-fortunate businesses are gratefully temporary. But this temporary disruption is also giving rise to unforeseen opportunities. For examples, franchises have brought many benefits the Colorado commercial real estate market despite the ongoing pandemic. Read More

The show must go on….electronic solutions.

Real estate transactions in Colorado are still closing via electronic signatures, electronic recording and remote notarizing.  The recent need to avoid social engagement has not prevented real estate transactions and Read More

From the Perspective of a Commercial Real Estate Attorney: Lessons to be Learned from the Fall of WeWork.

WeWork highlights some dangers of investing in fad real estate arrangements. Fads are short term and most leases are long-term. Real estate owners should be aware of the risks of leasing to occupants engaged in this type of business model to incorporate the additional risk posed by market fluctuations. The final takeaway is this: Sometimes it is worthwhile to pursue a high-risk tenant if the benefits outweigh the potential costs. Just be aware of the circumstances that may arise from this type of arrangement and mitigate your risks as much as possible. Read More

5 Mistakes to Avoid in Leasing

Leases can be complicated agreements to negotiate. Here is a list of those situations that arise repeatedly in my practice. Read More

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