Articles By Eliza
Eliza Solender has written extensively regarding the unique real estate needs of nonprofit organizations. In addition she has written various real estate policies and procedures in a format ready for nonprofit organizations to implement immediately. Call or email her at email@example.com to receive a copy of any of the following articles or real estate policies.
Solender/Hall Inc.’s Eliza Solender says property owners should welcome charitable organizations as potential tenants and purchasers.
Eliza Solender of Solender/Hall Inc. says an 11-acre parcel of land for Metrocare’s Hillside Innovation Center is one of those projects. Here’s why.
The COVID pandemic has harmed income for most nonprofit organizations. In addition, like the for-profit business community, many nonprofits had a substantial percentage of their employees working virtually.
Unlike small business owners, it is extremely rare for a non-profit to have anyone personally guarantee as lease. In fact, I have NEVER had a non-profit client have someone personally guarantee a lease.
On today’s episode, we reminisce about the 10-year anniversary of TREC’s Real Estate 101 program with instructor Eliza Solender of Solender/Hall, Inc.!
For the eighth consecutive year, TREC Foundation is presenting its Real Estate 101 For Nonprofits course. During five sessions from August through December, nearly 200 Dallas nonprofits will learn how to make informed real estate decisions through a curriculum and lecture series I’ve developed.