Martin Sinderman

Martin
Sinderman
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Where the deals are: Top Brokers shape RE industry
They're all in the business of bringing buyers and sellers, or lessors and lessees, together in an increasingly complex commercial real estate marketplace.
Apartment market: Too good to be true?
Times are good for most of the players in the nation's apartment marketplace. According to industry observers, supply and demand are in balance in most
Retail Sale-Leaseback Roundup
A variation of credit tenant lease financing, where the primary focus of the lender is on the credit standing of the tenant as opposed to the real estate,
Top brokerage firms enjoy lively, diversified market
The corporate types say commercial real estate brokerage is a service best delivered by large companies working with a national or global frame of reference.
Atlanta goes to town
Metro Atlanta's long-standing success in attracting new businesses, people and development has had unintended side effects.
Texas REIT Finds Comfort in Stability of Strip Centers
Originally established in 1989 as a privately held REIT owning eight centers in Texas, United Investors Realty Trust (NASDAQ: UIRT) went public in March
Smart developers fuel electronic growth
In an upscale subdivision of metro Atlanta, a long-time developer of single-family housing showcases a home with features that allow the homeowner to
CITY REVIEW: CHARLOTTE
Each of the city's real estate markets appears healthy as 1999 opens Driven by a combination of considerable job growth and a critical mass of hometown
Networks Help Brokers Make Connections
United Commercial Realty, a retail brokerage that first opened its doors in 1988, joined San Antonio-based ChainLinks retail broker network in 1991 for
Are sale-leasebacks the answer to capital freedom?
National Retailer Utilizes CNL "Split-Funded" Sale-Leaseback Program With Success Fort-Worth, Texas-based retailer Pier 1 Imports is pretty picky about
Security in senior housing an ongoing concern for managers
Simply drawing a breath could be torture for 73-year-old Beverly S., a resident of an assisted living facility in North Carolina. A lifelong smoker, she
Changing With The Times
Pennsylvania Real Estate Trust (PREIT) was looking for management, leasing and development expertise to help grow its business. The Rubin Organization
Atlanta: Real estate market is hotter than the weather, but everyone's asking, "How long will it last?"
Where else can the overall office vacancy rate cling tenaciously to the 10% level while there is about 5 million sq. ft. of office space under construction
Restaurant Marketplace Has Big Appetite
The competition is stiff, but the potential for growth still exists in today's restaurant marketplace. And as the nation's appetite for eating out increases,
Tide is high for nation's industrial markets
Costs for owning industrial product are lower than other sectors, says Principal Financial Group, owner of Kyrene & Warner Commerce Center in Tempe, Ariz.Investors
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