This book is a comprehensive resource for those who own, manage, or lease any type of shopping center. The authors include valuable information for anyone who wants to learn to manage the challenges unique to shopping centers. Topics covered include working with developers and owners on new shopping center development or renovated properties, analyzing trade areas to create the best tenant mix, establishing effective shopping center management and operations, negotiating shopping center leases and methods to retain shopping center tenants. Author: Richard Muhlebach, CRE.
Part of Barron’s Financial Tables for Better Money Management series, this book answers many questions borrowers need to know about adjustable rate mortgages, as a help to buyers in selecting the most suitable type of loan for their circumstances. Includes sections on types of loans available, how an ARM loan works, loan comparisons, understanding index values and more. Tables include monthly payments under a variety of interest rate scenarios and payment adjustments. A glossary is included along with practical information for better decision making. Author: Jack P. Friedman, Ph.D., CRE.
The Complete Guide to Zoning — How to Navigate the Complex and Expensive Maze of Zoning, Planning, Environmental, and Land-Use Law gives planners, property owners and developers essential knowledge about land use and regulations affecting it, including zoning laws. Included are sections on obtaining permits and variances for projects, fighting developments that diminish others’ property values; laws that limit, and how to work around them and dealing with environmental protection restrictions. Author: Dwight Merriam, CRE
This book is an essential resource on the complex subject of land use. It is an authoritative examination of the issue on the local, state and federal level. Written in a way that is readable for individual land owners, planners, local officials and attorneys, it provides a much-needed overview with balance and objectivity for anyone concerned about private property, land use and natural resource issues. Author: Dwight Merriam, CRE