CRE Radio (27)

ICSC RECon16 Wrap Up

Wow, what an exciting week it has been! I arrived in Las Vegas Saturday afternoon. After checking into Aria, I went over to the Las Vegas Convention Center to help set up our booth. QuantumListing shared the booth with my brokerage company, Perlmutter Properties and Benbrooke Realty Investment Co. and Gladstone Development Corp. We went with a […]

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The Art of Balance

CRE Podcast of the week The Art of Balance One of the greatest issues that we face as a society is the balancing of our professional career and personal lives. Traditions are changing and many of us are struggle to have fulfilling personal lives while pursuing successful careers. This is no more evident than the […]

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Opening a Franchise: American Dream or a Landlord Nightmare?

CRE Podcast of the week Opening a Franchise: American Dream or a Landlord Nightmare? When it comes to retail leases for franchised businesses, the perspectives of landlord, franchisor, and franchisee often differ. The ongoing shortage of premium retail space only sharpens these differences. We examine the sometimes conflicting objectives of the parties in negotiating a […]

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Disaster Planning for Commercial Property

CRE Podcast of the week Disaster Planning for Commercial Property Disaster preparedness is always a timely topic, especially in light of the recent tornado in Oklahoma and other natural disasters around the country. This rebroadcast is “must hear” radio for anyone responsible for commercial property management, including facilities managers, property & asset managers, owners and […]

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Commercial Real Estate Job Market

CRE Podcast of the week Commercial Real Estate Job Market We just heard that the unemployment rate is now the lowest it’s been in many years. More jobs are being created and more are now available, but how does the national jobless report affect commercial real estate professionals? Are more jobs available and at what […]

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Lease Insurance Clauses: Who and What Do They Protect?

CRE Podcast of the week Lease Insurance Clauses: Who and What Do They Protect? This show is a primer for landlords, tenants, property managers, lease administrators and anyone else who deals with commercial leases and the insurance provisions typically found in those leases. In nearly 40 years of lease negotiations and litigation, I’ve found that […]

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Green Buildings and Sustainability

CRE Podcast of the week Hot Topics in Green Buildings and Sustainability This is our first in a series of radio shows regarding green buildings, sustainability and our environment. Listen to a free-flowing conversation on key environmental and commercial building sustainability issues in today’s environment with some of the top experts in the nation. There […]

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Avoid Building Design Lawsuits

CRE Podcast of the week Buildings, Blueprints and Lawsuits: Architectural Copyright Protections and Liabilities As we slowly slip out of the realm of recession and into the thought of recovery and new construction, developers are beginning to think about new buildings and design. Architects are about to see their business expand and are being asked […]

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Icons of Real Estate: Rand Sperry

CRE Podcast of the week Icons of Real Estate: Rand Sperry This is the first in a series of shows where Howard gets to interview some of the most highly successful, knowledgeable, experienced, known and well respected professionals in commercial real estate. Rand Sperry, founder of Sperry Van Ness, discusses and tell stories of his […]

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It’ll be a Cold Calling Day in Hell!

CRE Podcast of the week It’ll be a Cold Calling Day in Hell! Is cold calling dead? Has it been replaced by social media? Did it ever work? Did it ever work for you? Do scripts work? Is there any way to get over that “deer in the headlights” fear when you have to pick […]

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What’s Going on in Sacramento? The Good, Bad and Ugly

CRE Podcast of the week What’s Going on in Sacramento? The Good, Bad and Ugly They say “what happens in California affects the rest of the country,” but I would add that is both good and bad news. It’s undeniable that California legislation and propositions often serve as a model for other states to adopt […]

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Fiscal Cliff’s Effect on Commercial Real Estate

CRE Podcast of the week Fiscal Cliff’s Effect on Commercial Real Estate Talk about timely! This is the show where we discuss how the whole issue of the Fiscal Cliff will affect Commercial Real Estate. What will happen if Congress avoids the cliff and just kicks the can down the road? What will happen if […]

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Xceligent, Emergence from the Merger of Co-Star and Loopnet

CRE Podcast of the week Xceligent, Emergence from the Merger of Co-Star and Loopnet Have you wanted to hear a little bit of the insider’s scoop on the merger of Loopnet and Co-Star? Well, now is your opportunity. I had the distinct pleasure of spending some time with Douglas Curry, founder and CEO of Xceligent. […]

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SoCal CRE Movers and Shakers

CRE Podcast of the week SoCal CRE Movers and Shakers How appropriate to have a radio show entitled “Movers & Shakers” of Southern California. We have a wonderful and eclectic line up of featured guests for this show, including icons of Southern California commercial real estate, others who can help you become a mover & […]

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Single Tenant Net Leased Properties and 1031 Tax Free Exchanges

CRE Podcast of the week Single Tenant Net Leased Properties and 1031 Tax Free Exchanges Apartments and Single Tenant Net Leased Properties, (“STNLP”) are the hottest properties on the commercial real estate scene. Deals are being done for both and these deals are leading the recovery of commercial real estate. Learn what the nexus is […]

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Protecting the Commercial Tenant Through Education

CRE Podcast of the week Protecting the Commercial Tenant Through Education (“Lease Administration the NRTA Way”) During this show, we will be discussing numerous issues that retail and office tenants need to consider and pay attention to when negotiating and administering their leases. All of our featured guests spoke at the NRTA Annual Conference in […]

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Can Women Break the Glass Ceiling on Commercial Real Estate?

CRE Podcast of the week Can Women Break the Glass Ceiling on Commercial Real Estate? This show will be a “forum” discussion in which we will go into depth, the status and impact of women, or the lack thereof in leadership roles in commercial real estate. Why aren’t more women in commercial real estate? Why […]

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Internet Sales Tax

CRE Podcast of the week Internet Sales Tax – The Pros and Cons with US Senator Michael Enzi This is a special show in which we will be discussing proposed federal legislation intended to establish a unified system of taxation of Internet sales. Our featured guests include: United States Senator Michael Enzi of Wyoming, a […]

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Hispanic Retail Marketplace

CRE Podcast of the week Hispanic Retail Marketplace in Los Angeles – Prequel Get a taste of what will be presented at the ICSC Hispanic Markets program in Los Angeles. And I am not talking about tacos or enchiladas although that wouldn’t be a bad idea. What I am and will be talking about is […]

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Current Receivership Issues

CRE Podcast of the week Current Receivership Issues Have you ever wondered how to become a receiver for commercial property or how to get business from a receiver? What if you are already a receiver but need experience or you need to get more appointments? We are going to cover these and other issues pertinent […]

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Pop-Up Stores or Another Way of Saying, “Not Forever”

CRE Podcast of the week Pop-Up Stores or Another Way of Saying, “Not Forever” Hard times in Commercial Real Estate has created a niche market for temporary rentals or “Pop-UP” Stores. Some Landlords have embraced the concept to bring in badly needed revenue, particularly in centers where big boxes have vacated like, Borders, Circuit City […]

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CAM Charges and Operating Expenses

CRE Podcast of the week CAM Charges and Operating Expenses – An Open Forum Incorporating a wide spectrum of views and perspectives, we will be discussing CAM charges & Operating Expenses in commercial leases. What should be included in these charges, what is fair, how to keep the landlord honest and methods to keep these […]

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Commercial Real Estate War Stories

CRE Podcast of the week Commercial Real Estate War Stories 2011 This is the fun show where where Howard and his listeners get to recount the most poetic, educational, poignant, funny or just down right crazy stories of the last few years, that involve anything, “commercial real estate.” There are three ways to enjoy this […]

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Arbitration Provisions in Commercial Leases – What Works, What Doesn’t Work and How to Make it Work

CRE Podcast of the week Arbitration Provisions in Commercial Leases – What Works, What Doesn’t Work and How to Make it Work Wouldn’t it be nice if you never had a lease dispute or disagreement? No one can write a lease so that a dispute never arises. But a lease can be written to minimize […]

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Mixing Social Media, Video & Radio for the Commercial Real Estate Professional

CRE Podcast of the week Mixing Social Media, Video & Radio for the Commercial Real Estate Professional – A New Frontier This show is about self-promotion using video, radio & social media for the commercial real estate professional. It is a conversation between Duke Long and Howard Kline two commercial real estate professionals and social […]

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CRE Lease Clauses Analyzed

CRE Podcast of the week And Even More Commercial Lease Clauses Analyzed, with Joel Hall & Howard Kline Joel Hall joins Howard Kline on CRERadio for a little “point/counterpoint” discussion, as they delve into the relative positions of the landlord and tenant on specific lease clauses that may include, time permitting: Exclusives & Exclusive Waiver […]

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A Millennial’s Take on Commercial Real Estate and Other Stuff

Explore more visuals like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. I am a twenty two year old college student in Chicago working part time, with a plan to learn about business, technology and commercial real estate, with the hopes of enhancing my college education. All of this is necessary to […]

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