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HARDWICK — Commercial real estate leases — pros and cons

There are three basic categories of commercial real estate leases. In this column we will explore the pros and cons of each to help you decide which one is right for you and your business. Let’s begin by pointing out that a lease is a contract. In general, all contacts involving the sale of real estate or contracts that take ...

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Micah McCullough receives CCIM designation

Micah McCullough, vice president of UCR Properties, LLC, a division of the Underwood Companies, has received the CCIM designation (Certified Commercial Investment Member). McCullough is currently the youngest person in the state to hold the designation. McCullough, a Jackson native, earned his B.B.A. in real estate from the University of Mississippi with minors in managerial finance and management. McCullough is ...

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Finding prosperity in a storm…

Jackson commercial Realtor Steve Kennedy laments that the market slump of the last two years robbed all the fun from the business. But while the slump may have hijacked the high times, it has left behind opportunities for profit. Lots of them, in fact, say commercial real estate professionals who took part in a recent roundtable organized by the Mississippi ...

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Commercial Realtor group unifying for a new decade

The Mississippi Commercial Association of Realtors turned 10 years old last year, having experienced the exuberance of a new decade, the challenges of helping to restore economic vitality after Katrina and the uncertainties of a sustained real estate slump. Through the ups and downs and in-betweens, the emphasis has been on unity and cooperation, said Bill Gamble, a longtime Jackson ...

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State’s commercial brokers getting enhanced data base

The Commercial Information Exchange could be in operation by spring. The Mississippi Commercial Association of Realtors has revived a long-dormant effort to create an electronic exchange on which members can track commercial real estate listings. The data bank, known officially as a Commercial Information Exchange, could be in operation by spring, according to Walter Becker, a longtime commercial real estate ...

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