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A full understanding of commercial real estate takes decades to develop, as the industry is fraught with half-hidden rules and obscure directives. You could let experience be your guide-or you could let commercial real estate veteran Joseph J. Ori reveal the secrets to a successful career. “The 50 Commandments of Commercial Real Estate” “Investment” compiles the choice pieces of advice Mr. Ori has amassed over thirty-five years in the industry. Here, he lists essential dos and don’ts, mistakes, and successful strategies with a mixture of critical analysis and a keen sense of satirical humor-reinforced by his encyclopedic knowledge of the commercial real estate environment. Mr. Ori covers all areas of the industry. Commercial real estate investment, finance, development, capital markets, and management tactics are all given his full attention-as are leasing, financial analysis, and institutional investments. He applies his commandments to all property types, including apartments, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial warehouses, lodging properties, and senior housing. A canny, insightful reference for real estate success, Mr. Ori’s commandments are as valuable to established professionals as they are to college graduates seeking their first jobs. Finally: a roadmap for this rewarding but often chaotic industry!
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