How the Shutdown Affected Commercial and Residential Real Estate

We’ve recently just come out of the longest government shutdown in history, and unfortunately, it may shut down again very soon. During the 35 day shutdown, institutions without 2019 spending plans were affected most, including Agriculture, Commerce, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Interior, State and Treasury. Sadly, an estimated 800,000 government workers…

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Commercial Property Assessment

No matter what your role is in a commercial real estate transaction — whether you’re a buyer or seller, a lender or a property manager, or even a broker or an investor — you are better equipped to make an informed decision after you consider a commercial property assessment. But just what exactly is a…

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Catching Up With Camp Kilcollin

Newest team member of Murphy Commercial Real Estate opens up about his business philosophy, what drives him, and why he loves his new career path “Sometimes, your career just kind of finds you,” explains Camp Kilcollin, an Annapolis resident who recently joined the team at Murphy Commercial Real Estate. Although his background in economics, as…

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Being a Good Commercial Landlord

There are plenty of perks to being a commercial landlord — you bring in extra revenue for yourself, and you’re providing other business people a brick-and-mortar place to achieve success. But if you want to retain the best long-term tenants, you have to commit to being the best landlord you can be. Just as your…

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