Last week, the Community Service Committee had the pleasure of returning to Gift of Life Howie’s House for the second year to cook dinner for the residents there. Howie’s House provides housing and support for individuals and families going through the organ transplant process. It was such an awesome night, and we’re grateful for the … Continued
For companies with a large portfolio of leased properties, the post-pandemic, shifting workplace policies and changing consumer preferences are putting pressure on location and facility decisions. Historically, there was greater stability of corporate properties as own vs. lease decisions were made prior to occupancy. Companies renewed most leases greater than 85% of the time and … Continued
Last Thursday, Jackson Cross’ Health Care Real Estate Specialists Jason Blank, Ryan McNulty, and Michael Barnes attended CoreNet Global Philadelphia’s “Healthcare Real Estate in 2023 and Beyond.” This panel featured leaders from local healthcare organizations to review the shifts and trends resulting from the global coronavirus pandemic, and what the future holds for the healthcare … Continued
The Redeemer Health Golf Klassic is thrilled to announce the date for this year. The Klassic will be on Friday, September 22nd, 2023. We can’t wait to see you at the Seaview! More information to follow. Check out our website here to stay updated!
The annual Redeemer Health Golf Klassic, chaired by Jackson Cross founding partner John Morrissey, with the assistance of his executive assistant Lori Smith, is coming up! Klassic will be held at the Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway, NJ, on Friday, September 23rd. Proceeds benefit the very deserving Redeemer Health’s Jersey Shore Food Pantry … Continued
Congratulations to JCP Partner Cate Sennett for receiving the Tri County Realtors Community Service Award. The “Making a Difference in Suburban West Community” Award is presented annually to members who are making an extraordinary impact on their community through volunteer work.
In the years leading up to the 2019 Transition Date for ASC 842 and IFRS 16, we authored a couple of articles on FASB’s Gift and Moneyballing CRE where we projected that the significant investment in new systems, data assembly, financial integration and new processes and controls would pay substantial dividends in the overall asset … Continued
As anyone who works on commission knows, perseverance is a critical skill. “Wins” and recognition are often spread out over time, leading to job frustration and discouragement. Many of us have creative ways to combat this doubt. Perhaps it’s a “ Yes, I Can” file of past awards to reference when we need to … Continued
Toward the end of 2020, we published a Lease Accounting Holiday Wish List for organizations that still need to adopt ASC 842, IFRS 16, and GASB 87. This is the third in a series of articles to provide detail for each of those wish list items.
Jackson Cross Partners has one very important key tip when it comes to implementation and ongoing lease administration. Some of the most successful projects we have been a part of have one common denominator that sticks out as a differentiator.