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Former Wells Fargo Property Sold by Beck Partners Brokers

Nearly 10,000 SF closed in Pensacola’s Car City by Justin Beck, Stacy Taylor and Shawn Maxey. The Buyer is getting prime property in the highly traveled (23,000 cars/day) Pensacola Boulevard with excellent visibility. Located in the heart of Pensacola’s “Car City”, it is convenient to

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Managing Your Property When an Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

July 27, 2020 – Many employers are strategically reopening their workplaces based on local regulations and the nature of their business.  As workers return and adjust to COVID-19 safety precautions, many business owners are putting plans in place in the event an employee gets sick. 

Small Change Expected to Save Hours for Florida Landlords

July 9, 2020 – A small change to Florida leasing law is expected to make a big impact when it comes to commercial and residential lease execution.  Thanks to Florida House Bill 469, the old requirement that a landlord and tenant each have two witnesses

Industrial Report Shows Strong Data for the Market

Download a PDF copy of this report HERE. For more information regarding the industrial real estate market, contact Thomas McVoy by calling 850-270-0588, or email tmcvoy@teambeck.com. # # # About Beck Partners: Beck Partners is headquartered in Pensacola, Florida, with additional offices in Tallahassee, Jacksonville,

Managing Properties During a Crisis

At Beck Partners, we endeavor to add value to the properties we manage.  From grocery-anchored shopping centers to multi-family communities and office centers, our depth and responsiveness sets our Property Management Team apart.  Our clients range from local owners to regional managers and out of

Tenants Seeking Rent Relief: Why Landlords Benefit from Keeping an Open Mind

COVID-19 continues to unfold and with it, comes economic uncertainty.  Many Commercial Real Estate tenants have sought rent relief from landlords since the beginning of the pandemic, and some tenants continue to do so. When landlords approach these discussions with their  tenants, it is proving