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NAI Elite is a division of NAI Global, a managed network with over 400 offices worldwide, specializing in commercial real estate.
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3 Big Changes Expected in the Retail 2018 Landscape
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5 Considerations When Leasing Commercial Real Estate via
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NAI Elite Jan 16
2 Great new Retail listings now available in on New Park Ave & Sedgwick Rd!
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NAI Global Jan 12
Are you ready for these big changes in retail in 2018?
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NAI Elite Jan 16
Supreme Court to rule whether e-retailers pay state sales tax
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NAI Elite Jan 15
Closing Two Locations In Connecticut
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NAI Elite Jan 15
Great news for Connecticut!! Aetna Staying Put in Hartford
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NAI Elite Jan 11
launches first new store concept in years
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NAI Elite Jan 11
Resolution to be more productive? Check out 's 7 smart ways to structure your day for max productivity, according to science
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NAI Merin Hunter Jan 11
What will the retail 2018 landscape look like? |
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NAI Elite Jan 11
In 2018, More Money, One Problem: More Money Thanks
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theBrokerList Jan 10
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NAI Elite Jan 10
Have any used ?? Apparently it's the of Retail. What are your thoughts?
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NAI Elite Jan 10
NAI Global's 2017 Blog Roundup: What You May Have Missed
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Jay Olshonsky Jan 9
Tax Law May Send Factories and Jobs Abroad, Critics Say via
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NAI Global Dec 19
This is why industrial real estate is flourishing this year. via
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NAI Elite Dec 18
Not great news for . Xceligent closes down
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NAI Elite Dec 18
' has 'Mama D & Friends' To Entertain in West Hartford on New Year's Eve!
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CRE Unfiltered Dec 17
So in Die Hard, is John McClane essentially subletting the air ducts of Nakatomi Plaza? Creative use of space if so.
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NAI Elite Dec 14
Will Shipping Containers be the Next Big CRE Architecture Trend?
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