Basic Need To Go Home

In 1943 Abraham Maslow developed A Theory of Human Motivation  stating that their are five distinct levels of Human Needs, and one can not be gained without first attaining the previous level. Basic needs of food, water, shelter must be met before a person is able to feel secure, seek gainful employment, or take the next...

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Gathering Materials

The Commercial Real Estate Certificate Program is similar to other Manitoba Real Estate Association courses, in that it requires extensive reading and memorizing from the Canadian Real Estate Encyclopedia, as well as the Provincial Real Estate Reference Manual, Manitoba Edition. A 500 page Workbook and Assignment Booklet...

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Getting Started

My Blackberry task master reminds me this is the Monday I slated to begin the MREA Certificate Program: Principles of Commercial Real Estate. Technically there is still 1.5 hours left in the day. The Workbook weighs heavily on my desk. My Blackberry further reminds me, this is the Monday I am to begin my Principles of...

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IC&I Terminology

Commercial Real Estate is divided into 3 distinct groups: Industry – Warehouse, Manufacturing or Integrated Warehouse/Manufacturing space, purchased or leased along with areas designated as Office space. Some yard storage or parking may also be required. The sale or purchase of raw or serviced land to developers and...

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More Definitions

Are you a User or an Investor? There are two main types of commercial customers: 1. The Users who are seeking a property that will house their business. Their main concerns are location, visibility and the prestige that will accompany a particular property or location. Buying decisions will  be affected by...

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