More new businesses are opening, expanding and relocating to Tucson.
Good days—nay, possibly years—are ahead for Tucson’s economy as the southern Arizona metropolitan area finally finds its footing after the Great Recession of 2009. And that means a healthy… Full Story
New accounting rules in 2019, 2020 affect businesses right now.
Since 2010 we at Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson have been warning you about new FASB accounting standards that will affect how you report your office, retail or industrial commerce real estate… Full Story
Know your company’s commercial real estate needs under several scenarios so you can react quickly to changing economics.
“Where do we go from here?” This is something we at the Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson have been hearing as well as thinking about… Full Story
Upcoming new accounting rules will affect what your bottom line will look like.
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A four-step process can get put you in compliance with the new rules.
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New accounting… Full Story
California case tackles the often no-win situation of dual agency in commercial real estate lease or purchase transactions.
In a California case closely followed by the commercial real estate industry, the California Supreme Court ruled that all agents… Full Story
New accounting rules coming in 2019 will affect your ability as a business owner to get a business loan and attract investors, as well as how much business tax you pay.
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You’ve figured out what you want in your Tucson office, retail or industrial space. You’ve checked out what’s available and taken a look at the top prospects.
Now it’s time to create proposals to lease that will be sent to landlords or their brokers. Also known… Full Story
Report shows Arizona benefits from California’s exodus of companies, but Tucson can do better.
It’s no surprise that the anti-business climate in California has caused a steady exodus of companies to more affordable places.
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