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Beck Partners Selected as Leasing Agent for Publix-anchored Retail Development

PENSACOLA, Fla., January 14, 2020 – Birmingham, Alabama based developer Blackwater Real Estate, LLC has broken ground on its newest development, Nine Mile Crossing, located at the Southeast corner of West Nine Mile Road and Beulah Road (8864 Beulah Road), Escambia County, Florida. Publix will

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Common Area Maintenance Fees: The Basics, Part II

January 9, 2020:  A landlord or building owner typically estimates a tenant’s CAM fees for the entire year by looking at the previous three to five years of expenses and using any existing contracts to project values.  For a majority of the costs, the amount

Common Area Maintenance Fees: The Basics

January 2, 2020:  If you’re a retail or office tenant, hopefully you’re aware that you’re paying your landlord for more than just base rent.  If you’re not sure about what you’re being charged for, we encourage you to review your lease agreement. Brokers are also

Florida Sales Tax Rate to Decrease for Real Property Rental, Lease, and License to Use

The State of Florida is the only state in the U.S. that requires sales tax on total collected revenues of real property (including lease revenues, letting revenues, renting revenues or license to use real property revenues).  Effective January 1, 2020, section 212.031 of the Florida

Multifamily Investors Should Set Their Sights on the Gulf Coast

Multifamily investing can be a very profitable business venture, but to maximize your property’s value, it’s important to understand the full landscape. A key variable to consider when evaluating your investment options is whether or not the location has rent control, explained Chris Cobb, a

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Why Utilizing a Base Year Is a Good Option

Whether you’re an owner/landlord, real estate agent or even a tenant, knowing what a base year clause is in a rental agreement is invaluable. A base year clause is used in negotiations for full service or modified gross leases, which means the tenant will be