Louisiana Commercial Realty Publishes Another Article For Top Commercial Real Estate Organization SIOR

code violations can be managed

Louisiana Commercial Realty has authored more real estate articles than any broker in the state, published by the top commercial real estate and financial organizations, including CCIM, SIOR, Chief Executive Officer, and Personal Financial Planning who distribute articles to thousands of their members.

This week, Louisiana Commercial Realty published another article, “8 Things To Do When You Get Code Violations“,  helping commercial real estate brokers advise their clients when properties encounter city code violations, and President Robert Hand explains:

“Code violations can be a costly problem for even the best looking commercial property and, if not handled properly, can not only result in expensive fines, but properties can be deemed blighted and can have liens placed on them. We have helped owners successfully navigate the maze at city hall, so we published an article using ur experience which will help other brokers be of more value to their clients because they will know what to look out for and how to handle these problems. We believe brokers can be of tremendous value to clients in providing knowledge and expertise when real estate problems arise, and this article is the latest in over 150 other articles where we use our experience to help other brokers and commercial property owners.”

SIOR Is The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors

The publication was distributed to 3,200 members in 685 cities and 36 countries by SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) , a prestigious, invitation-only, select group of the world’s top performing commercial real estate brokers.


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