Talk:Commercial property

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Only about America[edit]

The scope of this article is only about the United States. 10:51, 3 July 2007 (UTC)

Stand-by letters of credit[edit]

I am a vice president of real estate lending at ShoreBank in Chicago and have made commercial real estate loans for 15 years. I am deleting the sentence about stand-by letters of credit being required for commercial real estate loans because while they may be used on occasion, they are not standard, at least not in my experience. (talk) 00:41, 2 October 2009 (UTC)

What does this sentence mean? "5. Has the “Add Back” calculation been applied to the financial accounts to achieve the notional bottom line prior to applying the correct current market multiplier for the business or property – this changes depending on location, length of lease, condition of property, timing of next rent review etc?" If someone knows, could they please edit it?