Archive for November, 2010

The Power of Giving Holiday Gifts to Your Commercial Real Estate Clients

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

The Holiday Season is upon us right now. And when I was a kid growing up in Santa Monica, California, my mother used to tell me that we’d start seeing the Holiday decorations in the stores soon after Thanksgiving. But these days I’m seeing decorations in some of the stores by mid-October, which makes me […]

How Effectively Are You Differentiating Yourself From Your Competition in Commercial Real Estate Brokerage?

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

As far as the concept of coming up with "out of the box" thinking is concerned, there’s a video that’s been circulating on the Internet within the last 48 hours that I’m going to share with you. The coach of the middle school football team in this video is to be commended for coming up […]

Why Isn’t the Consumer Price Index Rising, But the Cost of Living is Skyrocketing?

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

If you’re a broker representing landlords, you may have heard something similar to the following being said by one or more of the landlords you’ve represented: "Why is it that the price of both food and gas have skyrocketed over the past 8-10 years, but the Consumer Price Index shows that inflation is still very […]