For Sale! Miami-Doral Warehouse

Just Listed! Low $400K

3 Office/Warehouse/ Street level dock, 3,936 sqft, +-25,000 sqft. Lot

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Richard Recuset could be reached at 786-47-5228

Recuset@DoralCommercialRealEstate.com

“Si usted no dispone del tiempo y/o no posee los conocimientos, entreguele la propiedad en manos de un Corredor calificado”

*Nothing in this article is intended to solicit listings currently under contract with another broker.  This article offers no legal or tax advise and is for information purposes only.

8300 NW 53 ST, Suite 302, Doral, Fl 33166 (Downtown Doral)

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Doral Office/Warehouse For Lease

Great for any kind of use except any type of business requiring DERM.

All three bays are available for immediate use. +-2,500 sqft each

77 ave NW 53 ST.

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Richard Recuset could be reached at 786-47-5228 Recuset@DoralCommercialRealEstate.com

“Si usted no dispone del tiempo y/o no posee los conocimientos, entreguele la propiedad en manos de un Corredor calificado”

*Nothing in this article is intended to solicit listings currently under contract with another broker.  This article offers no legal or tax advise and is for information purposes only.

8300 NW 53 ST, Suite 302, Doral, Fl 33166 (Downtown Doral)

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Coral Gables Office for Lease

Folks, this is one of a kind. Lowest asking price in the whole building. Don’t want to post the asking price. Call me if you’re interested.

Highly visible class “A” building on main street, US-1. Second Floor, 3,488 SF of luxury finishes and modern design, great entrance hall, kitchen and big conference room, high ceilings, IMPACT WINDOWS & IMPECCABLY DESIGNED INTERIOR. 10 covered parking spots for staff, fantastic view and 3 privates restrooms and storage area. Prime Coral Gables/South Miami business district, across the street from U of M, next to  restaurants and shops.

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Richard Recuset could be reached at 786-471-5228, Recuset@DoralCommercialRealEstate.com 

“Si usted no dispone del tiempo y/o no posee los conocimientos, entreguele la propiedad en manos de un Corredor calificado”

*Nothing in this article is intended to solicit listings currently under contract with another broker.  This article offers no legal or tax advise and is for information purposes only.

8300 NW 53 ST, Suite 302, Doral, Fl 33166 (Downtown Doral)

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Doral Commerce

 

This is a big deal folks! Did you know the City of Doral is now one of the cities included in the EB5 federally designated area of Miami-Dade/Broward/Palm Beach Counties Regional Service Center by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

This now allows foreign investors to apply and obtain a visa for them and their families. EB5 focuses on job creation and economic development.

For further information please visit http://eb5regional.com/


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Doral Online Payment System

 

In an effort to streamline the permitting and payment process in Doral!

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City of Doral

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Doral Warehouse for Sale

On 99 ave and 58 ST

Fantastic,  1,700 sqft gated warehouse community, plus permitted mezzanine. Only  $315K

Firt class warehouses/office in gated community with 1700 Sq Ft including 300 Sq Ft office space with porcelanato floors, Tile wall construction, Twin tee roof, 20 Ft clear ceiling. Excellent location, close to major expressways and Miami Int’l Airport Perfect for user or investor, Bring your buyer, ready to close!

 

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All the best!

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Commercial investors ‘cautiously optimistic’

This from the National Association of Realtor: 

WASHINGTON – Feb. 13, 2014 – Commercial real estate investments are expected to produce generally solid returns in 2014, according to the authors of “Expectations & Market Realities in Real Estate 2014 – The Future Unfolds”, an annual forecast report released by Real Estate Research Corporation (RERC), Deloitte, and the National Association of Realtors® (NAR).

Although uncertainties remain, the economy is expected to continue to grow slowly and improve modestly in 2014. Capital is flush, and commercial real estate investment has expanded to the secondary and tertiary markets.

In addition, the report carefully analyzes and offers a research-based assessment of the office, industrial, apartment, retail, and hotel property sectors. The report also provides an outlook for the three mostly likely economic and investment scenarios for 2014 and beyond.

The commercial real estate recovery is expected to continue throughout 2014, based on slightly stronger economic growth, says Lawrence Yun, Ph.D., NAR chief economist. “We anticipate the economy to grow at an annual rate of approximately 2.6 percent, with about 2.2 million jobs to be added in 2014. More jobs mean increased demand for office, retail, apartment and other commercial real estate sectors.”

“We have seen steady if slow progress since the commercial real estate market collapsed in second quarter 2008, and as the future unfolds, we expect that the positive returns for commercial real estate will continue,” says Kenneth Riggs, Jr., president and CEO of RERC. “The value increase from the trough is now about 30 percent, just slightly less than the value lost during the past 6 years. Although returns are likely to be positive in 2014, we forecast them to be a little lower than in 2013 – but still a very reasonable approximate average of 8.75 percent.”

“The stabilization that we have seen in the commercial real estate markets during the past year has added greatly to the ‘cautiously optimistic’ outlook we have for the year ahead,” says Matthew Kimmel, principal and U.S. real estate sector leader for Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP. “Overall, we see the potential for moderate and continued growth in the volume of commercial property transactions and in property prices.”

“Expectations & Market Realities in Real Estate 2014 – The Future Unfolds” can be ordered through NAR’s website.

© 2014 Florida Realtors®

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Doral Business Workshop

 

 

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Time Tips: It’s right up there with oxygen.

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PRICELESS!

“I once asked a five-year-old what he would take with him if he were going to Heaven. He replied, ‘I would take my parents because I think that up there they would have more time with me.’… ’nuff said.” – Art Linkletter, TV Host

Time is a treasured commodity made more valuable because it is usually in short supply. When a day, an hour, or even one second passes, it cannot be returned. It is fixed. And it is finite.

What might seem to be stating the obvious is really a profound concept worth our reflection during hectic holidays. This season, regardless of which holiday you celebrate or if you celebrate any at all, remind yourself that the family, friends, and even coworkers and clients gathered around you probably crave your attention much more than any other gift.

The key is to consciously honor the person or event, to stay connected during your experience.This is all that “being in the moment” means, and it makes moments last.

  • Consider setting aside a few hours for coffee with a friend.
  • If you have kids, make a plan to take each one for their own special outing.
  • Reserve some time each workday to call your favorite clients and colleagues, check-in, and personally wish them a happy holiday.

Our “to-do list” is always right where we left it, our schedule can remain the paragon of organization, and success will eagerly await our return! But somehow the importance of these things will seem somewhat diminished and somehow less important when first we realize how precious, how priceless, our time really is to others.

Here’s for a great start of 2014!

All the best!

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Are small businesses protecting themselves from a data breach?

Are%20small%20businesses%20protecting%20themselvesA data breach can be a challenge for any business, but this is especially true for smaller businesses. Not only can it be more difficult for a smaller business to recover from a data breach, but criminals may also be more likely to target smaller firms.

When a data breach occurs at a large firm or government agency, it winds up all over the news. If one occurred at a small business down the street, those unaffected would probably never hear about it. But a recent report released by Verizon found that nearly three-quarters of data breaches analyzed last year involved businesses with 100 employees or fewer. 

“Most small-business owners simply do not believe they are at risk,” says Lynn LaGram, assistant vice president of small commercial underwriting for The Hartford. “The reality is that small businesses are often more vulnerable – making them easier targets.”

LaGram says part of the reason may be that small-business owners often don’t have the time or resources that larger companies may have to assist them in protecting data. However protecting data may not be as difficult as one would think.

Steps to help prevent a breach

For a business or organization that must handle sensitive customer, patient or employee information, it’s important to take measures that decrease the likelihood of a breach. “A data breach can involve electronic or paper records,” says LaGram. She shares eight data protection “best practices” for a business:

* Lock and secure sensitive customer, patient, member or employee information.

* Restrict employee access to sensitive information.

* Shred or otherwise securely dispose of all sensitive customer, patient, member or employee information.

* Use password protection and data encryption for sensitive files.

* Have a privacy policy.

* Update systems and software on a regular basis.

* Use firewalls to control access to sites that could compromise your security and lock out hackers.

* Ensure that remote access to your network is secure.

If a breach occurs

While it’s important to take proactive steps to help prevent a data breach from occurring, there’s no way to eliminate the risk entirely, so it is also important to have data breach insurance.

According to LaGram, a business owner should consider insurance that provides:

1. Coverage for expenses associated with responding to and recovering from a breach. “Business owners may not realize that they must comply with various notification requirements, which can be costly,” says LaGram. Additional advertising expenses to help a business restore its reputation after a breach would also fall into this category.

2. Legal expense and liability coverage. A customer or employee whose personal data is compromised may sue the business owner for damages. This insurance provides coverage for defense costs, civil awards, settlements or judgments that a business owner may be obligated to pay.

3. Access to data security experts to help the business owner navigate the various notification requirements as well as determine the cause of the breach and take steps to prevent it from happening again.

“A data breach can happen to anyone, so it’s important for business owners to be prepared,” says LaGram. For more information about protecting your business from a data breach, visit http://www.hartforddatabreach.com.

Courtesy of BPT

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