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04.11.2016 ABO Real Estate Comments Off on The Business Center Has Workspaces from $50 a Month

The Business Center Has Workspaces from $50 a Month

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Call: 909-886-2388

 

Are you looking for an affordable shared workplace, to launch your business, run your small business or work on a special project?

Are you looking for a place to work and network that supports small business development?

Are you tired of working in one crowded noisy restaurant and coffee shop after another?

 

Come to The Business Center!!!!!

For just $50 a month you can share a workspace with all the work amenities you need to succeed or have your own office. It’s here today! It’s all month-to-month with no long term contract, lease or membership.

 

It’s a newly remodeled building, with plenty of free parking, all utilities are included, maintenance service included with on site security and 24 hour video security monitoring.

 

Don’t wait move in today!

For just $50 a month (first and last month required) you receive:

  • A work space/cubical to use
  • Month to month no long term contract, lease or membership
  • High Speed Wi-Fi
  • Self-service coffee available
  • Device charging available
  • Printer Access
  • Copy machine access
  • Scanner Access
  • Conference room available for meetings

 

Also there are ……  

Private Offices available from $225 a month with:

  • High Speed Wi-Fi
  • Furnished Offices
  • Month to month or lease available
  • Directory listing
  • Printer Access
  • Copy machine access
  • Scanner Access
  • Fax machine Access
  • Conference room available for meeting

2130 North Arrowhead Ave., Suite 101, San Bernardino, CA 92405

03.18.2014 ABO Enterprises, ABO Real Estate Comments Off on Jack Katzman Named Investment Champion in San Bernardino

Jack Katzman Named Investment Champion in San Bernardino

“I’m happy to help San Bernardino come back from a economic tough time.  I look forward to investing time and money to help make San Bernardino one of the most desired cities to move their business and call home,” said Katzman.

“I’m happy to help San Bernardino come back from a economic tough time. I look forward to investing time and money to help make San Bernardino one of the most desired cities to move their business and call home,” said Katzman.

(San Bernardino, CA)  The City of San Bernardino and its businesses have taken hard hits in the last few years with city entering bankruptcy and large companies like IEHP moving their headquarters to Ontario.

 

Jack Katzman president of ABO Enterprises, Inc. continues to invest in San Bernardino commercial real estate with help of banc de binary review. For that investment and improvement The San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce recently named Katzman and his company as “Investment Champion”.

 

“I’m happy to help San Bernardino come back from a economic tough time.  I look forward to investing time and money to help make San Bernardino one of the most desired cities to move their business and call home,” said Katzman.

 

“Jack Katzman is a model commercial real estate investor.  He not only buys buildings but renovates them and keeps them looking beautiful,” said Judy Penman, San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO.

 

Katzman and ABO Enterprises, Inc. received certificates of recognition from the United States Congress member Gary C. Miller, California State Senate, California Assembly member Mike Morrell and Cheryl Brown, San Bernardino County Board of Supervisor James C. Ramos and the San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce.

 

Katzman started ABO Enterprises, Inc. in 1999.  Four years latter he added ABO Real Estate Services to deliver commercial and residential property management, including site management of apartment complexes, commercial and residential property leasing and property maintenance and repairs.

 

ABO Enterprises buildings are all over San Bernardino including south “E” Street at the Town and Country Center adjacent to the 215 freeway and north of Hospitality Lane, the Highland Plaza Center on Highland south of the 210 Freeway and ABO's Corporate office pictured hear on North Arrowhead Avenue.

ABO Enterprises buildings are all over San Bernardino including south “E” Street at the Town and Country Center adjacent to the 215 freeway and north of Hospitality Lane, the Highland Plaza Center on Highland south of the 210 Freeway and ABO’s Corporate office pictured hear on North Arrowhead Avenue.

ABO Enterprises, Inc. owns and leases more than 600 offices from its headquarters in San Bernardino. ABO Enterprises, Inc. also leases office space on behalf of owners of other buildings.

 

“We buy large, empty buildings, renovate them and lease them, but we never sell the buildings we own,” Katzman said. We will be here to serve our tenants for the long term. We provide our tenants with quality office space and services that is not going to go away.”

 

Katzman understands the best principal of real estate investment, buy low sell high, or in his case lease higher.  Katzman is betting on San Bernardino’s recovery.  So during the economic downturn, when commercial real estate prices were at their lowest, Katzman and ABO Enterprises bought and renovated the commercial properties in San Bernardino and other Inland Empire cities.

 

Our economy is improving from the economic downturn, According to John Husing, the Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP), he says that commercial real estate vacancies are nearing historic lows.

 

Husing adds that 2014 will be better than 2013 saying, the health care sector will grow, logistics will grow, retail sales gaining strength, office growth very slow, home building starts back and overall economic growth looks normal.

 

One of the keys to Katzman’s success is flexibility and low entry level pricing.  “As businesses operations change, their office space also needs change.  We give business owners the flexibility they need to be successful,” said Katzman.

 

How does Katzman keep business operations low?  Another division of ABO Enterprises, Inc, renovates office buildings and homes.  ABO also owns security and janitorial services.

 

What does low rents and flexibility look like?  Conventional office leases start at $200 a month.  Katzman leases entire buildings for office, warehouse, restaurants, retail or big box retail.  ABO also offers mailbox service for $20 a month and virtual offices for $75 a month.

 

Mailboxes and virtual offices serve both small business owners who are working from home, and larger business owners who have offices in other cities, and who need a satellite office to better serve their clients, but may not have the resources to staff another office.

 

“A mailbox gives them a corporate address,” Katzman explained. “We will collect their mail and take messages if contacted at the office, so they don’t have to miss contacts if they are unavailable.”

 

“With a virtual office, business owners actually have an office here for eight hours a month,” Katzman said. “When they need to be here, they will have a place they can come and work, with a secretary, high-speed internet access, and the ability to install their own phone line. Tenants have access to a conference room and facilities.”

 

A conventional office provides not just a place to work full-time and a secure office, but on-site security and janitorial services.

 

ABO Enterprises buildings are all over San Bernardino including south “E” Street at the Town and Country Center adjacent to the 215 freeway and north of Hospitality Lane, the Highland Plaza Center on Highland south of the 210 Freeway and on North Arrowhead Avenue.

 

Katzman is also a philanthropist.  His donations include serving as chairman of the local the Salvation Army ARC Board since 1999. He donated a homeless shelter to care for recovered sex slaves, and donates thousands of dollars to local charities and churches.

 

Don’t take his social conscience as weakness.  Katzman is a tough negotiator who owns several other businesses including the importation of generators, cement mixers, tools and car covers from China.  Like General Electric’s Jack Walsh, Katzman wants to be a leader in every business line he operates.

 

“We have the lowest prices in all of California,” Katzman said. “If anyone can find an office at a lower advertised price, we’ll lease it to them for that price for the life of the lease.”

 

As the local economy improves and the new court house, SBx bus systems, the downtown transportation center opens and commercial real estate prices and leases rise Katzman will have more resources to improve more real estate.

 

ABO Enterprises building at 1550 North D Street in San Bernadino, CA.   “We have the lowest prices in all of California,” Katzman said. “If anyone can find an office at a lower advertised price, we’ll lease it to them for that price for the life of the lease.”

ABO Enterprises building at 1550 North D Street in San Bernadino, CA.
“We have the lowest prices in all of California,” Katzman said. “If anyone can find an office at a lower advertised price, we’ll lease it to them for that price for the life of the lease.”

“Were fixing this city one building at a time,” said Katzman.  “I’m betting on San Bernardino to win.”

 

To learn more about Jack Katzman and ABO Enterprises, Inc. call (909) 886-4123.

 

 

About ABO Enterprises, Inc.

ABO Enterprises, Inc. has met the real estate needs of Inland Empire businesses since 1999. It owns more than 600 offices in buildings throughout Southern California. ABO Enterprises, Inc. provides real estate services including property management, purchase and leasing, and property maintenance and renovation.  For more information call (909) 886-4123.

 

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08.13.2012 ABO Real Estate Comments Off on Tidleys Clothing and More Turns Retail into A Cause for Vets

Tidleys Clothing and More Turns Retail into A Cause for Vets

“If you are looking for great clothes and accessories for women, men and children priced under $7.99 Then Tidleys is the place to shop,” said co-owner Brian Davis.

San Bernardino, Calif.  – Printed polo shirts and More is set to open a new 7,500 square foot retail store in San Bernardino’s Town and Country Square.  The Grand Opening is Monday August 13 to Saturday August 18 at 1630 “E” Street, Suite A in San Bernardino.

“If you are looking for great clothes and accessories for women, men and children priced under $7.99 Then Tidleys is the place to shop,” said co-owner Brian Davis.

“We also carry linens, blankets, grandfather clocks, cuckoo clocks and generators at great prices,” said his partner Michelle Gustafson.

Brian Davis and Michelle Gustafson started the store for two reasons; they have a strong desire to give back to the community in hard economic times and Davis was also looking for a way to help the local Veterans Hospital.

Davis and Gustafson started the store for two reasons; they have a strong desire to give back to the community in hard economic times and Davis was also looking for a way to help the local Veterans Hospital.

“We want to give back by donating to the Veteran’s Hospital in honor of my father”, says Davis.  Brain’s father John Walter Davis, Jr. died of pancreatic cancer on October 20 in 2011. He fought in the Vietnam War and served in the United States Air Force retiring as Staff Sargent.

“I was so happy with the way the VA nurses and doctors took such great care of my father treating his pancreatic cancer while caring for him with dignity and honor in his final days,” said Davis.

Tidleys Clothing and More is family owned and operated and family oriented.  “We have quality merchandise at a discounted price and all Military receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases,” said Gustafson.

Jack Katzman of ABO Real Estate signed a multi-year lease for the 7,500 square foot freeway front retail property in the Town and Country Square.

For more information on leasing in the Town and Country Square call Jack Katzman at (909) 886-4123.

For more in formation on Tidleys Clothing and More call (909) 904-9500.

About ABO, Enterprises, Inc.

ABO Enterprises, Inc. owns and manages 600 office buildings in the Inland Empire.  Leasing opportunities range from 400 to 100,000 square feet.  They include the Town and Country Square retail complex on South E Street in San Bernardino to executive office buildings in Riverside, San Bernardino, Highland, Yucaipa, Grand Terrace, Redlands, Rialto, Fontana, Colton and many other cities in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

08.01.2012 ABO Real Estate Comments Off on ABO, Enterprises, Inc. Welcomes California Attorney Services

ABO, Enterprises, Inc. Welcomes California Attorney Services

Office space is available from $200 a month at ABO Real Estate

(San Bernardino, Calif.) ABO, Enterprises, Inc., a leading Inland Empire based commercial real estate firm has completed an agreement with California Attorney Services to lease office space at 2130 North Arrowhead Avenue in San Bernardino.

“While the market has not bounded back completely, activity has definitely perked up in recent months, with businesses looking to the Inland Empire to locate their company,” said Jack Katzman, president of ABO, Enterprises, Inc. “We are experiencing a dramatic increase in commercial interest for both small and large offices during the first quarter of the year.”

California Attorney Services offers 24-hour registered and bonded process servers, who specialize in serving legal papers in San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles County.

What does a Process Server do?

A legal process server delivers or serves legal documents like writs, summons, subpoenas, complaints and other court documents to a defendant or an individual involved in a court case.

“The process server must serve the documents in accordance with the legislation in the area of service,” said Anthony Alvarez, owner of California Attorney Services. “This may mean handing the documents to the defendant personally or sub-serving to someone in the same household or business.”

Once the documents are delivered to Paralegal Job Description, the process-serving agent must provide proof that the papers were served. This is done through a document call an Affidavit of Service, also called a Proof of Service, which must be notarized and given to the party who requested service.

California Attorney Services offices are open Monday-Thursday from 7:00 am until 5:00 pm; Friday from 8:00 am until 12:00 pm; Saturday from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm.

For more information about California Attorney Services call (909) 754-1210 or e-mail ca.attorneyservices@yahoo.com.

For more information on ABO Enterprises, Inc call (909) 886-4123.

About ABO, Enterprises, Inc.

ABO Enterprises, Inc. manages 600 office buildings in the Inland Empire.  Leasing opportunities range from 400 to 100,000 square feet.  They include the Gateway office complex on South E Street in San Bernardino to executive office buildings in Riverside, San Bernardino, Highland, Yucaipa, Grand Terrace, Redlands, Rialto, Fontana, Colton and many other cities in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

For more information on ABO Enterprises, visit http://www.harcourtlegal.com ,

Call Jack Katzman at (909) 886-4123.

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02.20.2012 ABO Real Estate Comments Off on Upside down in your home? A short sale may be the answer

Upside down in your home? A short sale may be the answer

 

 

 

Just because your home is upside down doesn’t mean you cant sell it.   Short Sales allow you to sell your home for less than you owe without taking a credit knock out. For more information call ABO Real Estate Services at (909) 886-4123.

(Yucaipa, Calif.)  Facing a mortgage rate that has you in financial hardship or even worse, foreclosure?  With foreclosures continuing to increase in California, many people are worried and are seeking answers to difficult questions.

The Homes At Tahoe: Century 21, ABO Real Estate Services is providing troubled homeowners with options to save their homes and avoid foreclosure. With more than 15 years of experience, ABO Real Estate’s experts are ready to assist with alternatives for those unable to obtain a loan modification, such as short sale, which can help them to get back on track and qualify for a new home in as little as two years.

“Many families have tried to obtain a loan modification from their bank and have not been approved, when that happens many people don’t know what to do. In many cases, a short sale can be a great alternative,” said Jack Katzman, president, of ABO Real Estate Services.

A report released by RealtyTrac states that pre-foreclosure sales (short sales) have increased in California by 38 percent. These statistics suggest that banks are increasingly trying to work with distressed borrowers and unload properties before foreclosure.

In fact, the short sale option has led the way in many bank’s willingness to sell a property for less than the mortgage balance to avoid foreclosing properties.

“An increase in short sales, along with a shorter average time to sell such homes and bigger discounts relative to normal deals, indicate the market is clearing distressed properties more efficiently,” said RealtyTrac, Chief Executive Officer James J. Saccacio.

A short sale is a sale of real estate <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_estate> in which the proceeds from selling the property will fall short of the balance of debts secured by liens <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liens> against the property. In many cases, the property owner cannot afford to repay the liens’ full amounts, so the mortgage company agrees to release their lien and accept less than the amount owed on the debt.

Any unpaid balance owed to the creditors is known as a deficiency.  Often short sale agreements release borrowers from their obligations to repay any deficiencies of the loans.

However, Katzman points out that short sales will not work if there is sufficient equity in the home for the lender to sell it and at least break even in a foreclosure. The homeowner must be “upside-down” in their loan or owe more that the home is worth at www.landcentury.com.  He also cautions that after a foreclosure, homeowners may still need assistance in securing a home.

“Many rental agencies and property owners will not rent to people with a foreclosure on their record.  We work with property owners who understand that good people sometimes have problems and will rent to former homeowners who have gone through a foreclosure of their home,” said Katzman.

To get more information about short sales and how to avoid foreclosure, call ABO Real Estate Services at (909) 886-4123.