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4 Tips For Converting An Old Building into Something New

4 Tips For Converting An Old Building into Something New

Breathing new life into warehouses, industrial buildings, and factories has become a popular trend for various industries. For example, old armory buildings and churches have been turned into breweries, restaurants, retail stores, and more. Take the Ministry of...

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Commercial Real Estate In A Post-COVID World

Commercial Real Estate In A Post-COVID World

Commercial real estate is an essential factor in the success of the U.S. economy. In 2018, it was estimated to be worth $14-17 trillion, according to U.S. Nareit. However, it did not matter what industry you were in pre-COVID. Nothing could have prevented any business...

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TD&A ANNOUNCES ANOTHER INDUSTRY VETERAN JOINS FIRM

TD&A ANNOUNCES ANOTHER INDUSTRY VETERAN JOINS FIRM

Trout Daniel & Associates, LLC, rebranded as TD&A in 2019, has recently made several impactful hires. Today TD&A is excited to announce its most recent hire of Vince Brocato, an industry veteran who has cultivated a strong office and healthcare...

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Gilbert Trout sells York Rd commercial portfolio

Gilbert Trout sells York Rd commercial portfolio

Gilbert Trout Gilbert Trout, of Trout Daniel & Associates, announced the off-market sale of 4 commercial properties in the Stoneleigh neighborhood of York Road, near the intersections of York and Register Avenue. The total square footage of all properties is...

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The Right Conditions for Your HVAC System

The Right Conditions for Your HVAC System

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning – a building’s HVAC unit is responsible for maintaining the essential environment for an indefinite stretch of time. To keep your unit and property running through the extremes of the seasons, you have to begin with a...

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What’s in a Vendor Contract?

What’s in a Vendor Contract?

Established contracts with various vendors are a necessity for any commercial property; every landlord will rely on a third party to perform one service or another, often on a regular basis. While a handshake agreement between parties would be more personal, a signed...

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5 Common CRE Investment Mistakes to Avoid

5 Common CRE Investment Mistakes to Avoid

Volatile, unpredictable and sullen ... perhaps this is how your parents described you as a teenager, but these words should never be used to describe an investor post-transaction. So, here are a few of the obvious – but curiously common – mistakes that investors need...

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Stay on Top of Your Property’s Roof

Stay on Top of Your Property’s Roof

With the roof of your commercial property out of sight, it has the tendency to become out of mind, but only when it’s doing what it’s supposed to – keeping the elements out. If your roof is not doing its job, it’s sure to be the only thing you and your tenants can...

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Retail Thrives Where E-Commerce Can’t

Retail Thrives Where E-Commerce Can’t

In the last decade, the incredible growth of e-commerce has damaged the stability of brick and mortar retail, even appearing to threaten its very existence. The rise of online shopping has unquestionably impacted physical stores, but it hasn’t extinguished their...

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