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The SVN | SouthLand Blog is written by a number of agents who focus their writings on topics in commercial real estate. The topics include, but are not limited to, trends and advice in office, restaurant, industrial, land, hospitality and land real estate. For the most part, these target potential consumers, but there are occasionally posts that have a more general focus.

Sampling of Blog Posts

Negotiating a Restaurant Lease like the Big Dogs (Part 1 of 3) – by Michael Carro

Why Sell Your Business? – by Lisa Sharp

Mission Impossible: Simplifying the Gross Lease – By Stephanie Gilbert

A New Era for the Hotel Investor – Hotel Product Types – by Bryan Morelock

Get Your Crabs In A Row: Commercial Real Estate Lessons From Nature – by Stephanie Gilbert

Selling Your Business 101 – by Mike Russo

Difficulties in Selling a Business Without a Business Broker – by Lisa Sharp

Multifamily Investments – What You Should Know – by Bob Young

Rational Real Estate: Eight Great Variables for an Investment in Commercial Real Estate – by Bob Young

Client Real Estate Training – Pulling the Trigger – by Michael Carro

Inside Scoop on Industrial Real Estate – by Chris Bouchard

You Wouldn’t Cut Your Own Hair: Using a CRE Agent When Searching for Office Space for Rent – by Stephanie Gilbert  

Commercial Real Estate in Pensacola, FL – Return of the Developers – by Chris Palmer

Why a Business Broker? – by Lisa Sharp

How to Select the Best Restaurant Real Estate Location – by Michael Carro

‘Friends’ and ‘Fun’ On Your Resume? – by Rodney Sutton

Real Estate Investment vs. the Stock Market (Bulls vs. Bricks) – By Sonny Granger

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