Consider the Cost

Pozzi, Steven R.
March 2011
Best's Review;Mar2011, Vol. 111 Issue 11, p81
Trade Publication
The article focuses on whether commercial real estate owners should consider decreasing their property insurance valuations to save money on premiums in the U.S. or not in 2011, after facing tough times in past years due to recession. It mentions that 2011 is appropriate for reassessing and increasing commercial property valuations. It informs that commercial property market valuations are lower than they were pre-recession.


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