Cutting Edge Insights
with Dr. Lee

Where’s Waldo Today?

Somewhere in the continuum between one extreme of a complete blank slate of vacant land and the other extreme of a newly constructed medical office

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The Power of Trust

Stephen Covey, Best-selling author of “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, also wrote “The Speed of Trust.” The premise is that trust is important

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Belts, Suspenders, and Fail Safes

The primary definition of fail-safe, according to Merriam-Webster, is “incorporating some feature for automatically counteracting the effect of an anticipated possible source of failure.” In

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Diamonds in Rough Shape

Or, as the old saying goes, “A diamond in the rough.” Indeed, real estate deals don’t all come to you on a silver platter. They typically aren’t spoon-fed to you, either. They don’t come wrapped with a ribbon that says, “Deal Alert! Buy me now!” However, if you take off

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Real Estate Round Table – Cash Flow!

It’s always a pleasure to collaborate with like-minded individuals whose work ethic and skills are similar to one’s own. I’ve had the great fortune to work with Jeremy LeMere and Michael Parks on several projects over a 2+ year period. We’ve collaborated in the sense of promoting each other’s work

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Where’s Waldo Today?

Somewhere in the continuum between one extreme of a complete blank slate of vacant land and the other extreme of a newly constructed medical office lies a grey area. A grey area of potential. Potential to rehab and transform that which already exists between the walls and roof into the

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The Power of Trust

Stephen Covey, Best-selling author of “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, also wrote “The Speed of Trust.” The premise is that trust is important and that it drives critical areas of performance at work. But I’d like to talk about the power of trust. That it, what it drives

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Belts, Suspenders, and Fail Safes

The primary definition of fail-safe, according to Merriam-Webster, is “incorporating some feature for automatically counteracting the effect of an anticipated possible source of failure.” In a previous article accompanied by video (“Belts, Suspenders, and Bulk Water” – read/watch it here), I discussed taking extra precautions to exclude the entry of

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Little Things and Dirty Hands

It’s very easy and convenient to dismiss a detail or to perhaps ignore it altogether, especially if one feels that it may evade obvious detection. Such was almost the case in a recent commercial make-ready when the tenant said to me, “Don’t worry about the unfinished end of that base

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