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What to Know When Reviewing Your Investment Portfolio in 2019

We have all said hello to 2019.  As we enter this New Year it’s a great time to take steps to position our investments, finances, and estate plan to flourish in 2019. Some of those steps will include an overall review of your investment plan to reducing your exposure stocks and shift more into bonds; or updating your will and end-of-life-documents.

What International Companies Should Know Before Opening Commercial Retail in the US

We’ve all heard it before… “The American Dream” and “America the Land of Opportunity.” We have heard it so often that it has all but become a cliché; however, it would seem the entire world has heard the saying and in many ways have taken it up as a call to action. Over the last decade, we have seen an unprecedented amount of foreign investment into the United States, not just in dollars, but in companies looking to expand into different markets.  For many foreign companies, the US has become their “emerging market.”

New Ballot Measure Repeals Costa-Hawkins

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment along with Michael Weinstein is proposing a new ballot measure to repeal the 1995 Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act. The proposed ballot measure comes after the House Assembly bill AB 1506 failed to pass. To find out more about the proposed ballot measure, we sat down with Sturai Yusufi of Commercial Brokers International for an exclusive interview.

Give Concessions To Existing Tenants

In the last few years, we have seen several trends for retail properties. Everything from positive outlooks, to dire feelings of ‘Are we on the brink of a retail apocalypse?’” Those thoughts are according to George Pino, CEO of Commercial Brokers International.

According to Pino, it can be quite disarming to try to determine what to believe. One thing though will remain a truth throughout all of the changes, he says. “If a landlord does not adapt to the changes we will see, then they are sure to bear the brunt of any downturn.”