Sell for More Trivia: Offer to Purchase vs. Letter of Intent

Published on August 16th, 2019

Sell for More Trivia is a weekly blog series that playfully presents a trivia question about commercial real estate.   The biggest difference between an Offer to Purchase and a Letter of Intent is: An Offer to Purchase is legally binding A Letter of Intent isn’t. If a buyer and seller both sign an Offer to Purchase, they’ve entered into a legally binding document. If…

Just Sold TV: Broward County, FL

Published on August 16th, 2019 in category

New episodes of Just Sold TV are automatically emailed to Sell for More Club members each month. We limit these comps to properties that sell for at least $500,000. These are the properties that sold in June 2019.     Property Address City Type Sale Price Building SF Price / SF Price / Land SF 2903 NW 130th Ave Sunrise Multi-Family $139,000,000 720,553 $193 $134 6650…

Sell for More News: The US economic expansion is now the longest in history

Published on August 14th, 2019

Sell for More News is a weekly blog series with interesting information from the world of commercial real estate.   The US economic expansion (and recovery from the Great Recession) officially made history. The 122 month expansion that started in June 2009 is now the longest ever. The previous record was set during the 120-month expansion from March 1991 to March 2001. It ended when…

Sell for More Advice: The difference between Passive Brokerage and Active Brokerage

Published on August 12th, 2019

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 should a great real estate attorney do?

Published on August 9th, 2019

Sell for More Trivia is a weekly blog series that playfully presents a trivia question about commercial real estate.   Most sellers hire an attorney to represent their interests when they’re selling a property.  As they should. So, what should a great real estate attorney do? They should be creative and look to solve problems as they come up. Every deal has certain issues, but…

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