Kenneth Weissenberg


Articles:

  • Monday, April 5, 2010
    Real estate investments may make sense for corporations with high tax burdens and an interest in socially conscious investing. There are real estate investment opportunities that provide the investor with bond-type returns and an added incentive: certain available tax credit programs that provide significant social benefits as well. By availing themselves...
  • Tuesday, March 31, 2009
    Imagine a long-term commercial lease executed a decade ago for five floors of office space at a prestigious New York City address. There is no doubt that the rental amount would be exorbitant, but in return a business would have a foothold and presence in the commercial capital of the world. Today, the same business realizes it only requires two out of the...
  • Saturday, April 1, 2006
    Given the budgetary constraints facing Congress, it appears unlikely that the Federal Estate Tax will be permanently repealed in the near future. In addition, the value of real estate has risen very rapidly in the last few years and has thus become among the most significant assets in many people's estates.
  • Friday, April 1, 2005
    Editor: Ken, here in New York City and also in the surrounding areas, there are a number of tax incentives and other programs designed to encourage real estate investment. These programs make it important for investors/owners to look beyond the first level of numbers when considering their real estate transaction strategies. Can you provide a little...