Troubled Property Analysis « Lumina Services

By: Lumina Services  09-12-2011
Keywords: Property Analysis, Troubled Property Analysis,

Troubled Property Analysis « Lumina Services

Troubled Property Analysis

Through a variety of mechanisms, Lumina Services can help the owners of properties suffering from slower than anticipated absorption to increase occupancy. Questions that may be addressed include:

* What is the best marketing approach to ensure full occupancy?
* Who is the target market?
* Are rents or purchase prices competitive in the marketplace?
* What needs to happen to attain and maintain full occupancy?

Keywords: Property Analysis, Troubled Property Analysis,

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