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The new playbook for business management

Sports are not unlike business. In fact, sports metaphors can be seen throughout the business world from the “game plan” to the “home run” to the “slam dunk.” Even if you’re not a fan, you can’t deny the influence of organized competitive sports.

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Resources Round Up: For Tenants

Here at Kenwood Management, we strive to build a strong community for all of our tenants. When you lease from us, we go beyond just providing the space. Our goal is to expand the typical tenant-landlord relationship. We endeavor to enhance our tenant’s businesses ...

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What’s The Purpose of a Tenant Estoppel?

Kenwood recently completed its second property sale in its 24-year history. As part of the normal sale process and the due diligence performed by the buyer, we were required to provide an estoppel certificate for each tenant to execute.

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Cap Rates – The Misunderstood Valuation Metric

I was recently talking with a few potential investors about three different investment properties. In each situation, the first question they asked me was, “What was the cap rate?” Although many may think this is a natural question when evaluating a real estate ...

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Do You Have a Go-Giver Culture?

We've all got a TBR (to be read) pile, but what about a TBRA (to be read AGAIN) pile? Here at Kenwood Management, there’s a copy of Bob Burg’s book Go-Giver on all of our bookshelves, and we end up reading it again... and again.

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REITs vs. Private Syndications: The Best Investment Model for You

If you are similar to many investors, you recognize the long-term value of real estate, and you want to diversify your portfolio, but you don’t want to be a landlord. The idea of collecting rents, paying the bills, and responding to tenant calls isn’t very ...

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2020 Employment Law Updates Every Business Needs to Know

Just in time for the end of the year, Kenwood Management Company hosted a webinar on the 2020 Employment Law Updates that business owners need to know. Hosted by Meredith S. Campbell, Esq. of Shulman Rogers, the webinar was offered as an exclusive benefit to ...

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Five Additional Essential Criteria for Analyzing Your Real Estate Investment

Recently, a business owner I was talking to asked me about the benefits of investing in real estate as a way to diversify her portfolio. After explaining some of the fundamental advantages of real estate over stocks and bonds, I wanted to expand the conversation. ...

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Thriving Through Adversity: Part 3

Adversity is a healthy part of life and business, and something that should be welcomed with a warm embrace. To truly thrive through your adversities, it is important to start by assessing yourself and your business environment. ...

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Five Essential Criteria for Analyzing Your Real Estate Investment

I was recently talking with a business owner who had a stock and bond portfolio. She also owned the building where her company was headquartered and recognized the inherent long-term value of real estate and its stability as investment, but really didn’t know ...

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