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EIDL Program Changes Mean New Benefits for Businesses

EIDL Program Changes Mean New Benefits for Businesses

The EIDL – Economic Injury Disaster Loan program is still up and running with some new modifications. You, like all of us here at Abo and Company, probably would like to see COVID-19 in your rearview mirror and never look […]

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SAMUEL NEWMAN JOINS WCRE AS DIRECTOR OF PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Sam Newman

Newman brings more than 20 years’ experience to WCRE WCRE Property Management proudly announces the hiring of Sam Newman to lead the firm’s property management growth in the Pennsylvania & New Jersey markets. https://wolfcre.com/wcre-property-management/ As Director of Property Management, Newman […]

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ICSC Sees Holiday Retail Spending Rising Nearly 9% This Year

A major trade group for the U.S. retail real estate industry is projecting a roughly 9% rise in holiday spending this year as shoppers return to brick-and-mortar stores and buy gifts earlier, a development that would support retail property values […]

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How to Prepare Your Property for Inclement Weather

How to Prepare Your Property for Inclement Weather

Take steps now to prepare your property for inclement weather and help keep your tenants safe. Here are some ways to prepare your property for this Winter. Download Printable Article (PDF) >>> 1. Clear Gutters and Downspouts The best way […]

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WCRE THIRD QUARTER 2021 REPORT

SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY & PHILLY MARKETS’ ANTICIPATED COMEBACK DELAYED BY DELTA VARIANT Investment Activity & Large Transactions Regained Steam, While Industrial Continued To Lead The Way Commercial real estate brokerage WCRE reported in its analysis of the third quarter that […]

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Budgeting for Parking Lot Maintenance

Budgeting for Parking Lot Maintenance

You should be budgeting for parking lot maintenance in the spring now! Every year maintenance projects pile up. Most managers are tasked with securing the appropriate funding for future repairs with budgeting during the third quarter. Oftentimes the repairs exceed […]

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Peloton’s Pandemic Expansion Leads to One of the Year’s Biggest US Industrial Lease Deals

Peloton is cranking up its pandemic property expansion as the producer of at-home exercise equipment and classes, signing one of the biggest industrial leases in the United States. The maker of stationary bikes and treadmills and live and on-demand fitness […]

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Selling Your Business: When Is It Time to Sell?

Selling Your Business

Selling your business; If you own a business, it is likely to be your most significant asset. Yet often when a business is sold, the price obtained is far below its value. There may be a variety of reasons for […]

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Resilient Consumers Keep Spending

Rising COVID cases stemming from the virulent delta variant have driven governments and businesses to reimpose social distancing measures and delay return-to-office policies, putting a damper on some economic activity. But consumers continue to power through the end of the […]

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Protecting Vacant Commercial Real Estate

Protecting Vacant Commercial Real Estate

In a time when layoffs and foreclosures are widespread, your firm may be forced to manage your vacant commercial real estate. Whether for reasons of financial difficulty or otherwise, your business may carry a number of vacant properties. When determining […]

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The Modern Office Space: Optimized for Your Workforce

The Modern Office Space Optimized for Your Workforce

As more people return to work, the modern office space should be tailored to their changing needs. For example, nearly 50% of employees place socialization as a top priority. With this and other modern considerations in mind, here are 10 […]

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Real estate interest in farmland is sprouting, as land values are up 7% nationally year over year

Soaring land values, inflation concerns and a desire among real estate investors to diversify their portfolios is prompting new interest in farmland real estate. U.S. farm real estate value is averaging $3,380 per acre this year, up $220 per acre, […]

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