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How to Value Your Commercial Property

Posted on May 13, 2013 by

Tweet With commercial property becoming one of the best income generating investments, it is important to properly value these properties. Valuing commercial property becomes increasingly difficult especially when the investor needs to keep track of the current price and the future income generating potential of the property. This becomes the most difficult task of valuing […]

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7 of the Coolest Offices in the World

Posted on May 1, 2013 by

Tweet Full time jobs aren’t what most of us would call “fun”, unless you’re one of the lucky few who gets to make a living doing something they absolutely love—and trudging into the same boring and uninspiring office everyday does nothing for the morale. Not everyone dreads going to work, though; especially not those who […]

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How To Get The Work/Life Balance Right

Posted on April 18, 2013 by

Tweet Is there a right answer to how much we should work and how much time we need to spend away from working?  With the passing away of Margaret Thatcher recently we have heard numerous stories through the media of how the “Iron Lady” famously got by on only four hours sleep and rarely stopped […]

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Troublesome Tenants Making Your Life Tiresome?

Posted on December 9, 2012 by

Tweet We’ve all heard the horror stories of pesky tenants causing property owners endless amount of toil and trouble. From messy students, tardy rent payers to those who just flat out skip town. Last year the Village Voice compiled a list of New York city’s work tenants on record, the article, which can be found […]

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Choosing the Right Conservatory Design Idea for Your Home

Posted on September 6, 2012 by

Tweet Conservatories have been around for a few centuries, and people who choose to have them do so to add value to their homes and increase space. Additionally, they are more cost effective than traditional extensions made of brick and mortar, offer additional space, allows natural light into the home, which helps reduce electricity bills […]

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