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Big Frog Leaps into Marketplace of Highland Village

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Big Frog Store at Marketplace of Highland Village

Big Frog has taken a major leap forward and opened its doors at the Marketplace of Highland Village on Justin Road. Big Frog delivers full color digital printing to garments and custom t-shirts with new technology and a model of outstanding customer service.

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iMark Realty Advisors Code of Ethics

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iMark Realty Advisors Code of Ethics

Being a Commercial Real Estate Advisor and Broker takes real commitment. We owe our clients a fiduciary duty to always keep their interest above ours, even when it costs us time and money to do so.

We have committed to a Code of Ethics (Code) to guide us in how we do business. We prominently display this Code on our website and in our offices. It is always available for our clients to review and is a constant reminder to us.

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Micro Strength; The Hope for Commercial Real Estate

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One factor helping to drive commercial building starts is the aging of America. As the Baby Boomer generation pushes the age demographic ever upward, more senior housing and nursing care facilities are needed. The result is an increase in construction starts for these two areas over last year, according to the Seniors Housing Construction Trends Report 2011.

According to David Schless, president of the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA), it is an important but modest amount of new construction. “Until the capital markets ...

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Why Use a Tenant Broker to Lease Commercial Property? (Part 1)

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Why Use a Tenant Broker to Lease Commercial Property? (Part 1)

The better question is why not. Tenant brokers (representatives) almost always get paid by the Landlord and are effectively a free leasing specialist for the tenant.  Yet many small businesses go bare and DIY when negotiating one of the largest and longest term overhead expenses for their business.

Almost all commercial leases in larger metropolitan cities like Dallas have a tenant side representative.  As you move out to the suburbs and smaller towns, most leases have a landlord broker only.

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