Nevada Real Estate Market Stabilizes

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By: Steve Wayne

October 10, 2012

Nevada was arguably the hardest hit commercial real estate market during the recession. This desert oasis is still reeling from the effects of the past few years as unemployment remains high and tourism and gaming try to gain ground. There is good news, however, on the horizon, according to the Reno Gazette Journal, which talked to […]

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Consider a Smaller Entrepreneur City

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By: Steve Wayne

August 29, 2012

The nation’s biggest metros are obvious places to look when starting a new enterprise. San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle. Everyone knows those hubs are brimming with creative types where ideas, money and success seem to flourish. But what if you’re not the “big city” type? Or, what if there are thousands of other […]

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Capitalize on Summer Business

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By: Steve Wayne

August 15, 2012

It’s summertime, and the livin’ is easy…right? Wrong, if you ask Mike Mann, an extremely successful Internet entrepreneur who recently wrote the book Make Millions & Make Change!Secrets to Business and Personal Success. According to Mann, summer is the perfect time to beef up your workload and nab clients while the competition is on vacation or […]

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Opportunity In Failure

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By: Steve Wayne

August 1, 2012

Steve Jobs famously said in his 2005 Stanford commencement address that “getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could have ever happened to me.” Though many wouldn’t necessarily share that sentiment, there is opportunity in every situation. Jobs went on to tell the new graduates that his dismissal also removed the immense pressure he felt […]

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Forbes recently ran a great article in which entrepreneurs are compared to Olympic athletes. What perfect timing, right? Its author, Naveen Jain, contends that although the two groups have a lot in common, they can also take valuable lessons from one another on their road to success. We couldn’t agree more. To achieve at either feat, you’ll need determination, […]

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Today we came across this fun list in Entrepreneur magazine. It outlines the best business bars in seven of the nation’s biggest commerce hubs. The instant we saw this we thought “What a fun, informative story idea!” While the influence of alcohol should never be the prime motivator for getting a deal done, it is nevertheless present in many […]

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The mid-year meeting for NAIOP’s Colorado Chapter took an interesting approach yesterday. According to the Denver Business Journal, instead of providing the standard market statistics, this chapter’ s organizers decided to deliver some practical tips and advice from some of the area’s most successful brokers. Top Producer Secrets Commercial real estate professionals from firms like CBRE, […]

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Business Monitor International (BMI) just released its United States Real Estate Report for the second quarter of 2012 and optimism is definitely in the air. The report notes that although conditions looked bleak at the end of 2011, a positive outlook has buoyed the market and that commercial real estate continues improvement. BMI’s Findings Things are definitely […]

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About 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords were breached yesterday. While the company was quick to issue the announcement and urge users to change their passwords, the incident still created quite a bit of fallout once the most common leaked password choices were revealed. In 2011, SplashData noted that the most popular online passwords across the web […]

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10-Year Treasury Hits Record Low

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By: Steve Wayne

May 30, 2012

Holy cow. Did you see the news this morning? The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the US 10-Year Treasury yield has hit a record low of 1.641 percent. This is mostly due to the European debt crisis that is being fueled by the financial strain in Greece and Spain. While the Treasury may be influenced by factors […]

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