Industry veteran Eliza Solender shares the repeat offenders she’s seen over the past three decades in the business.
Less availability of affordable rent in desired locations, stricter zoning requirements, and a desire to have more control over their property have led many nonprofit organizations to consider purchasing real estate.
Solender/Hall president says Nonprofit organizations are seeing more of their budgets going toward rent as they struggle to stay in city areas that are easily accessible.
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Solender/Hall’s Eliza Solender Talks About How Real Estate 101 Helps Nonprofits Navigate Complicated Issues.
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Listen up, class; Professor Solender is going to lay out the basics of putting together a private or charter school deal.
How networking with unexpected people can lead to unexpected business opportunities such as serving on the board of directors for other organizations.
How to work with your spouse when each of you have a valuable set of skills to benefit your business.
From 1985 to 2018, AIA Dallas’ real estate decisions show how forward-thinking the professional organization is.
Under certain circumstances, it pays to assess a market’s real estate the old-fashioned way.
A conversation with a millennial broker who’s working towards achieving financial security.