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Northwest Florida & Alabama Commercial Real Estate + Insurance
Northwest Florida & Alabama Commercial Real Estate + Insurance

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As a confirmed real estate junkie, I’m always on the lookout for new and exciting developments wherever I go.
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Beck Partners will be one of the first commercial real estate firms in Northwest Florida to take to the skies with official licensure under the Federal Aviation Administration’s new Part 107 protocol.
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The idea of Percentage Rent is a pretty straightforward, but it can get complicated when it comes to breakpoints, inclusions and exclusions.
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“It’s those that are crazy enough to think they can move mountains are the ones who will move mountains.”
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Here's a list of the top five benefits of working with a tenant broker to help tenants relocate or renew their current leases:
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During the two-day meeting, 36 SIOR members and guests discussed important initiatives in the region and visited several cutting-edge project sites in Pensacola, including the Institute of Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC) and the University of West Florida Innovation Institute.
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As new government regulation legitimizes the use the UAVs for commercial use, the need for drone insurance becomes paramount.
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Pensacola is leading the way on the Gulf Coast with multiple areas of growth and redevelopment.
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Until now, the use of drones in commercial real estate has been something like the Wild West—operate with common sense and make it up as you go, hoping you don’t do anything to draw unwanted attention or violate a law you didn’t know about.
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We were recently asked a question about whether or not there would be coverage for the individuals and entities involved in the shooting in Orlando. Is there coverage for a Terrorist Act? Would a General Liability policy provide coverage to the injured patrons?
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