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Real Estate Appraiser - LandQwest Commercial
SAC's goal is to provide a place for knowledge sharing, a source for current information on the real estate appraisal industry, tips on the newest appraisal software and technology for Appraisers - Lenders - Home Buyers - Home Sellers, and residential and commercial real estate analysis and trends in Lee County, Florida and surrounding the area.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
It's offical, today Circut City filed for Chapter 11,  as reported in the Wall Street Journal HERE.  After the reisgnation of its CEO, dismal quarterly reports, and the company's chose to hire FTI consulting a "turn around specialist" as discussed HERE in a Bloomberg article. Sad reality is.... t...
11/10/2008
LandQwest Commercial Continues Expansion Despite Uncertain Economy By Elizabeth W. Pearce At a time when some commercial brokerages are struggling to make deals, the principals of LandQwest Commercial, LLC in Fort Myers have relocated to a new headquarters at 12800 University Plaza. University P...
10/30/2008
  Asset Recovery, also called investment recovery or resource recovery, is the process of maximizing the value of unused or end of life assets through effective reuse or divestment. Both large and small organizations practice asset recovery at some level with the end goal of obtaining the greates...
10/29/2008
LandQwest Commerical now offers Real Estate Asset Recovery services through our newest division: LandQwest Asset Recovery, LLC.   LandQwest Asset Recovery’s expertise is available to institutions, banks and third parties. For example, when a bank forecloses on a multifamily apartment/condominium...
10/29/2008
Do today's "frozen markets" simply reflect an unwillingness to sell at low prices or a hope that some institution (government) will step in to put an artificial floor under prices? Calls for valuing assets at inflated fictional values and forbearance are reminiscent of similar industry pleas duri...
10/29/2008
In a real estate market where developers and corporations are whittling down their staffs, banks and insurance companies are faced with what to do now these institutions have become the reluctant owners of huge portfolios of buildings, many of which have been neglected by cash-strapped developer...
10/27/2008
In a real estate market where developers and corporations are whittling down their staffs, banks and insurance companies are faced with what to do now these institutions have become the reluctant owners of huge portfolios of buildings, many of which have been neglected by cash-strapped developer...
10/27/2008
In a real estate market where developers and corporations are whittling down their staffs, banks and insurance companies are faced with what to do now these institutions have become the reluctant owners of huge portfolios of buildings, many of which have been neglected by cash-strapped developer...
10/27/2008
Emerging Trends 2009 Real estate industry investors and professionals expect financial and real estate markets in the United States to bottom in 2009 and flounder for much of 2010, with ongoing drops in property values, more foreclosures and delinquencies, and a limping economy that will continue...
10/24/2008
Emerging Trends 2009 Real estate industry investors and professionals expect financial and real estate markets in the United States to bottom in 2009 and flounder for much of 2010, with ongoing drops in property values, more foreclosures and delinquencies, and a limping economy that will continu...
10/24/2008
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