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Low Tax Opportunity Zone FAQ

Qualified Opportunity Funds are funds that will focus on investing in designated economically disadvantaged census tracts, called “opportunity zones,” located in Florida and other U.S. states and territories.

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Opportunity Zones Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is an Opportunity Zone? A. An Opportunity Zone is an economically-distressed community where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential tax treatment. Localities qualify as Opportunity Zones if they have been nominated for that designation by the state and that…

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SVN Alliance boosts robust package of client services with addition of property management

East Central Florida’s premier commercial real estate brokerage quickly adds several properties under management SVN|Alliance, East Central Florida’s best-in-class commercial real estate brokerage, now includes institutional-quality property management in its roster of available client services. Since launching in April this year, the SVN|Alliance Property Management…

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What is a Cap Rate?

What is a cap rate? Cap Rate is short for “capitalization rate” or the rate at which you are capitalizing on your investment. Think of it as a return on investment (ROI) An 8% cap rate means the real estate asset is returning the owner…

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What is Gross Rent in Commercial Real Estate?

Just a few moments ago I was having a conversation with a property owner about leasing up 10,000 SF of warehouse space in a 40,000 building that he owns. I know this owner, and have been in contact with him over the years keeping track…

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What is a Triple Net Lease?

This could be the most common question ever asked by a potential tenant when asking how much a space costs. You can almost feel the question coming. “I’m calling about the warehouse on Fentress Ave. How much is it?” “Yes, that is 4.50 a square…

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What is a Full Service Lease?

This is a common type of lease rate in addition to gross and Triple Net Leasing – The Full Service Lease. You could say it is the opposite of a Triple Net, in that the base rent payment covers all costs of property taxes, insurance,…

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