Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 25, 2012
In the world of real estate , money is the name of the game. It is a game that no player can afford to lose and in order to survive, one must have a deep understanding of the system, the strategies that can help them get out of predicaments and the foresight to anticipate future developments. These are some of the lessons that are waiting to be discovered in Intent to Prosper: Vol. 1, Commercial Real Estate , a new book authored by Chicago attorney R. Kymn Harp.
Intent to Prosper is a comprehensive guide that offers a witty and unique look into the world of commercial real estate , with strategies and insights useful to experienced commercial real estate professionals and newcomers alike. Laced with the authors extensive experience representing commercial real estate professionals, this book is filled with practical and easy-to-understand guidance while avoiding textbook drudgery, and at the same time it covers topics seldom written about but which everyone serious about commercial real estate needs to know.
Readers, especially prospective real estate players, will find many topics worth studying such as proven keys to closing a commercial real estate transaction, what a buyer needs to close a commercial real estate loan, detailed guidance on conducting due diligence investigations, what to do if a commercial real estate project goes bad, development strategies for difficult projects, tax incentives and sources of public funds for commercial real estate development, air rights development, and so much more.
Intent to Prosper: Vol. 1, Commercial Real Estate is highly-recommended to those who intend to prosper in commercial real estate . For more information, please visit Xlibris.com or call (888) 795-4274 today.
About the Author
R. Kymn Harp is a prosperity lawyer, focusing on commercial real estate and business. Helping clients make money is his business. Since 1978, Kymn (pronounced Kim) has focused his practice in two complementary areas of law: (1) commercial real estate development, entitlement, acquisition, and financing; and (2) business development, management, acquisitions, and sales. With his substantial experience in each area, Kymn is able to provide seamless representation in a wide array of transactions and business settings, as well as tactical oversight of litigation strategy. R|S|P CHICAGO: Robbins, Salomon & Patt Ltd., 25 E. Washington St., Chicago IL 60602; telephone 312-782-9000; e-mail: rkharp(at)rsplaw(dot)com
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