CDC Commercial Inc
March 2019 Monthly Letter

A Scot, a Muslim, a German and a Jew play golf and go to the bar afterward. They play, they talk, they laugh, they drink and become good friends… It’s not a joke. It’s what happens when you play golf! I say this because I recently received an email from

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February 2019 Monthly Letter

In 1929 in Chicago, gun men in the suspected employment of organized crime boss Al Capone murdered seven members of George “Bugs” Morin’s North Siders gang in a garage on North Clark Street. The so-called St. Valentines Day Massacre stirred a media storm centered on Capone and his illegal prohibition

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January 2019 Monthly Letter

Wow! What a year? Hang on to your hat because 2019 is going to continue the wild ride! People ask me all the time, “what about the interest rate increase?” For the most part, I tell them commercial real estate doesn’t get affected the same way as residential. That is

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December 2018 Monthly Letter and Seasons Greetings

Happy Holidays! In today’s fast-paced, tech driven world it is often hard to get our nose out of a screen and just plain be thankful for all that’s around us. I was thinking back to the early days of caller ID and why we would “op out” because we didn’t

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November 2018 Monthly Letter

“Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” – Ben Franklin I think it’s funny that we live in a time where our President has never had a beer and our newest Justice “loves beer” and we live in a region where craft beer adds

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October 2018 Monthly Letter

At the end of the year, my youngest son will be completing his MBA. Of course, I was quick to remind him what B.S. stands for (you know…bull stuff) and that an M.S. is more of the same and of course a P.H.D is piled higher and deeper. Whether students

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September 2018 Monthly Letter

Well, my birthday came and went again, and I still can’t figure out how I got over the hill without getting to the top! But I have found a way to increase my fitness quotient without working any harder yet still impressing all my friends and family. I have officially

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August 2018 Monthly Letter

Two years ago, I celebrated my 55th birthday, had a heart attack from an injury caused blood clot followed by complete cardiac arrest 10 days later while trying to recover (a one in a thousand event). I guess it wasn’t my time. Since then I’ve run five half marathons and a

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July 2018 Monthly Letter

“Computers are useless. They can only give you answers.” – Pablo Picasso Happy 4th of July to all! Boy when our founders signed the constitution do you think they could have imagined where we are at now? Of course, life changes and evolves. Who would have thought that the mechanical

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June 2018 Monthly Letter

Well I am going to keep this month’s letter short since I am writing it from my balcony over-looking the blue green waters of the Pacific Ocean and Maui coastline. First it never ceases to amaze me how technology allows me to stay in touch with calls, emails, electronic files,

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