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.
Industry veteran Eliza Solender shares the repeat offenders she’s seen over the past three decades in the business.
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.
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.
Transactions involving these groups differ dramatically from typical commercial leases. Here’s how.
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.