WealthSouth Is On The Move!

Congratulations to WealthSouth on its continuing expansion and growth in the Lexington market. In order to accommodate its growth, WealthSouth is relocating to 106 West Vine Street in the heart of downtown Lexington. The company will be occupying an entire floor of 106 West Vine and will also have prominent building signage at its new

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Mandatory Reading

BY James M. Schrader June 1, 2019 “Do you know the difference between education and experience? Education is when you read the fine print; experience is what you get when you don’t,” said Pete Seeger. I’ve never met anyone who told me that they enjoyed reading a commercial lease agreement, but should I ever meet

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Thank You to Tailored Services for Your Letter Complimenting Our Property Manager Melinda Wester

Because Schrader Commercial Properties is a service business, our most valuable assets, and what distinguishes us from other companies, are our people. Frequently I hear from clients, vendors, tenants, and even shoppers at Lowe’s that our team members are friendly, professional and hard working to name a few descriptions. While we do not always make

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Check out Jamie Schrader’s article in MD Update magazine. This valuable message isn’t just for doctors.

BY James M. Schrader March 1, 2019 Everybody’s Business is Nobody’s Business As a healthcare professional, a high probability exists that you now own, have owned, or will own a condominium. Most certainly you will be pitched the opportunity to buy one. Your condominium ownership might involve medical office space for your practice, a vacation

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Don’t inject politics into new city hall process. Starting over now would be foolish.

BY TOM EBLEN teblen@herald-leader.com August 16, 2018 10:10 AM Lexington’s government has been headquartered in the old Lafayette Hotel building for 35 years. For 20 of those years, mayors and council members have been talking about the need to move somewhere else. The 99-year-old building is not well-suited for a government center. It is costly

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