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Eliza’s Blog for DCEO

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“Not In My Building!”

I have become an expert in having my nonprofit clients be rejected by landlords, and this is not a particularly satisfying expertise. Full Story

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Real Estate Takeaways From Morocco

If Dallas-Fort Worth finds itself short of construction cranes, Neal Sleeper and I can tell you where to find them; they’ve gone to the Kingdom of Morocco. Full Story

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Know Your Options for Funding Nonprofit Deals

The amount of the purchase price and the time required for closing on the transaction make it almost impossible to fund an acquisition solely through donations, which can easily take two or three years. This situation opens the door to all sorts of loan options. Full Story

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Using CRE Skills in Your Own Neighborhoods

Commercial real estate professionals have so many valuable skills. Using them to improve our own neighborhoods is just one of the many ways we can give back to the community. Full Story

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Beware of APZs and RPZs

Our client purchased a great property in Fort Worth for a new school. A newspaper article about the new school was followed by a telephone call from Carswell Air Force Base: “We need to talk.” Full Story

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Donating Leased Space – Cont’d

I received some interesting emails following the publication of my last post. I must say there are certainly some creative landlords in our community! Here are two landlord situations that I thought were particularly interesting. Full Story

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