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Jun 12 2008

Furnished Office Rentals

Published by Carolyn Thompson under Real Estate

We have a extensive list of furnished offices and virtual offices for rent.

 Maryland, Washington DC  and Virginia.  You pick a city and we have the office space to suit your needs.

Use the offices to keep overhead low when starting up a new business; impressive clients and new hires; when you have outgrown your current space; need a separate site outside the office for special projects; as a branch office to get closer to clients.

 All Furnished Offices come with most of the following:

Receptionist,  Internet Access, Conference Rooms, Video Conferencing, Kitchens, Fax, Printers, Name On Directory, and Mailing Address.

Team Rooms are large offices that accomadate four or more people at a time.

Cubes- Cubes can be rented on an as needed basis.   Add cubes as needed.

Part Time Space- You only use the space for a specified time.  Half day or entire day per week. 

Options vary depending upon needs and location selected.

All this without  the financial or management burden that comes with traditional office rentals.  Everything is taken care of for you.  Select from one of a thousand locations and move in today. 

Many properties are located near public transportation and have ample parking. 

Class A building space available at an affordable rate.
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Jun 12 2008

Common Ownership Communities Facing Foreclosure

Published by Carolyn Thompson under Real Estate

Common ownership communities are facing foreclosures at alarming rates.  As home owners face foreclosure, many leave without paying their association dues.  Many homeowner associations are stating that these owners fall several months behind on their dues before bankruptcy and foreclosures.

 

If the properties go back to the banks, shouldn’t the banks pay the back dues?  This is not always the case, as most laws don’t force the banks to take responsibility for the late payments.

 

The net result is that the associations have to carry the burden of the debt.  This fee may be assessed among the current association members at one time or spread over a period of time.  How much will the increase be?

 

Home owners in associations can only afford to take on so much debt.  Their fees keep going up and then, they themselves can’t afford to hold onto the property.

 

Check with your state government to see what the laws are and take an active part in becoming informed and being a part of the solution.  If this process is left up to other people, no one will take a stand for change and everyone could be affected adversely.

 

Possible Solutions:  It is possible that the states could force association dues to be the responsibility of the lender.  The lender in turn would force the homeowner to keep the funds in an escrow account like the taxes and insurance.  How is it possible that the state governments can pass this law?  If they state that the association dues are to take first debt position over a mortgage, just as taxes are the mortgage companies would then take the initiative to make sure the dues are paid.

 

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Jun 11 2008

Commercial Office Space- Furnished Alexandria Virginia

Published by Carolyn Thompson under Real Estate

Furnished office space with a fabulous Alexandria address now available. 

The Torpedo Factory Building has two office spaces available.  Both offices have window views.  One office has room for two desks and the other will suite a single occupant.

Both offices come with reception services and use of Internet, kitchen and printer.

 Long or short term leases.

 Please contact: Carolyn Thompson buyandsellexpert@gmail.com

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