Fall 2011: Co-Working Spaces and Commercial Real Estate

Loosely defined, a co-working space is a site where independent professionals and freelancers—anyone with workplace flexibility and mobility—can come to work.

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Recognition for excellence in the commercial real estate industry this past year.
All are members of REALTOR® associations that have NAR’s Commercial Services Accreditation.


Monty Berry, CCIM
NAI Commercial Properties, Tulsa, OK
AWARD: 2010 Commercial REALTOR® of the Year
ASSOCIATION: Greater Tulsa...

Since the peak of the financial crisis, a number of regulatory proposals and actions that could be harmful for the commercial real...


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