In this episode, Beth walks us through her journey to her first commercial retail investment and explains why it’s important to invest your earned income, rather than spending it. Join us today to learn about the conditions of the commercial retail market and be inspired to get started in the business.
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About Beth Azor
Beth is the founder and principal of Azor Advisory Services, South Florida’s premier retail real estate management, development, and commercial real estate education firm. With a long history of buying, selling, leasing, developing, re-developing, and managing her own retail real estate projects, she has amassed nearly 30 years’ worth of personal case studies, testimonials, and ah-hah moments (good and bad) that she’s using in her commercial real estate courses where propels her clients into the limelight of success.
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