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with Dr. Lee

A Tale of Two Suites

Back in the days of the recession, roughly 2008-2010, I would walk potential tenants through my office then into the vacant space in my building

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A Tale of Two Suites

Back in the days of the recession, roughly 2008-2010, I would walk potential tenants through my office then into the vacant space in my building that I was trying to lease. The reason for this is that I wanted the potential tenant to see evidence of what could be done

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Music is Soothing to the Soul

If I was asked why I bothered to study music when my career goal was to be a health care practitioner (this would have been in my late teens), I would have told you, “Because I like music.” (so shut up) OK, not really. Sardonically, my conservative, business-minded, present-day self

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Is Now a Bad Time to Invest in Real Estate?

Gloom and doom…and the sky is falling. That is what you are inclined to believe by following the mainstream media. Seasoned real estate investors know a different story. Once again, I’m pleased to be able to share wisdom and experience from my Master Series collaboration partner, Michael Parks. Michael has

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Dr. Lee on Location – The beauty of clear span construction

  In much of commercial and industrial construction, one has to deal with and work around structural columns ando/or load bearing walls that really can’t be moved, unless one’s budget truly is unlimited. Fortunately, the commercial building featured in today’s video was built (in 1986) with clear span steel framing

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How to Make an Afterthought Not Look Like One

  Often times in real estate development, you need to shift gears. Your course may vary from that which was originally planned. When that happens, it’s important to make sure that you consider other effects to different parts of the project, effects that may have unintended consequences. I constructed an

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Fry Reglets and In-Betweenies

Twenty bucks says that you haven’t heard of either of those terms. The first term is actually the name of a company, the fry reglet company:  www.fryreglet.com The second term is NOT slang for a part of human anatomy. But I’ll explain it later. I was embarking on a commercial

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