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Paradigm Tax Group Industry News

Stay informed with the most current Industry News that affects your business and impacts property taxes across the nation.

    The Management Fee Theory

    27 Dec, 2012

    The income approach to value results in the valuation of a going-concern business for an operating hotel. For almost any practical application, the going-concern value is what is needed. Only in the...

    Dollar Stores are Big Business for Net Lease Investors

    26 Dec, 2012

    As dollar stores continue to pop-up everywhere across the country, they are single-handedly changing the net lease investment market traditionally dominated by drug stores and fast food restaurants....

    Wave of Hotel-Retail Mixed-Use Development on the Horizon

    21 Dec, 2012

    After abandoning the idea during the recession, almost every shopping center and mall owner is now exploring the idea of adding a hotel component to existing projects. According to ehotelier.com, the...

    Idaho Property Tax for Businesses Disliked, but Productive

    20 Dec, 2012

    The elimination of Idaho's personal property tax on businesses could turn out to be more costly than originally thought. According to the Idaho Statesman, business groups and many politicians are...

    Paradigm Tax Group Acquires Ad Valorem Solutions, LLC

    20 Dec, 2012

    Paradigm Tax Group and Ad Valorem Solutions, LLC (AVS) today announced they have entered into a definitive agreement for Paradigm to acquire AVS. The acquisition bolsters Paradigm's traditional...

    Is Multi-Family's Meteoric Growth Built to Last?

    19 Dec, 2012

    Growing demand, constrained new supply, and rents rising faster than inflation make for pretty positive times in the multi-family industry. According to the National Real Estate Investor, for the...

    Community Banks Reach New Plateau for Commercial Real Estate

    18 Dec, 2012

    The share of community banks' assets devoted to commercial real estate loans has drastically increased over the last 20 years. According to Columbus Business First, commercial real estate loans made...

    Michigan Personal Property Tax Phase-Out Gets Votes, Goes to Governor

    17 Dec, 2012

    Personal Property Taxes in Michigan are one-step closer to being phased-out, and it is believed that economic growth will follow. According to Michigan Information & Research Service, last Thursday,...

    Little Movement Seen in Commercial Property Prices

    14 Dec, 2012

    After a strong third quarter, commercial real estate prices saw very little movement in October. According to the CoStar Group, though prices have improved from a year earlier, recent fluctuations in...

    Commercial Mortgage Debt Outstanding Increases Again

    12 Dec, 2012

    Commercial and multi-family mortgage debt outstanding increased in the third quarter of 2012 by $6.6 billion, or roughly 0.3%. According to RealEstateRama, for the fourth quarter in a row, the net...

    New York City Council Approves Hurricane Sandy Property Tax Relief

    11 Dec, 2012

    New York City council passed a bill to help homeowners whose properties were severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy. According to the Gotham Gazette, the bill extends the deadline for homeowners to pay...

    Commercial Real Estate to Recover Slowly in 2013

    10 Dec, 2012

    Commercial Real Estate experts predict that the industry is slowly but surely recovering and looking up in 2013. According to The San Diego Union-Tribune, banks are lending, though preferring...

    DC's Proposed Building Codes Heavy On 'Green' Requirements

    7 Dec, 2012

    Washington, DC has released revised building codes set to alter the way new buildings are constructed and their effect on the environment. According to the Washington Business Journal, both the...

    New Market Tax Credit Renewal Passes Ohio Senate

    6 Dec, 2012

    The Ohio Senate has passed a bill that will boost private investment in low-income communities across the state. According to the Dayton Business Journal, Senate Bill 327 would expand Ohio's New...

    Medical Office Budgets, Space Needs Growing

    5 Dec, 2012

    Healthcare reform is revising the traditional medical office models and moving away from solo practitioners and single-specialty practices in small offices. According to GlobeSt.com, aging facilities...

    Iowa's Strong Treasury Can Cover Commercial Property Tax Cut

    4 Dec, 2012

    Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has said that cutting commercial property taxes is a priority for next year. According to the DesMoinesRegister.com, the state's treasury is strong enough that it can...

    Commercial-Mortgage Market Improving

    3 Dec, 2012

    Over the course of 2012, the commercial mortgage market has improved greatly as deals once thought impossible to refinance are actually being pushed through. According to The Wall Street Journal,...

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