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VOTE NOW! 2015 Real Estate Tech Awards

By Marc Maiona | December 7, 2015
2015 Real Estate Tech Awards

Last week we heard from the organizers of the 2015 Real Estate Tech Awards that LeaseCalcs’ subscribers have already been nominating LeaseCalcs as the best real estate tech application for 2015! If you haven’t already voted, take 10 seconds, click the link below and help spread the word about LeaseCalcs. Simply type “LeaseCalcs” in the first line for the first question on the survey, fill in any other firms or people you want to nominate, and hit “done”. http://realestatetechnews.com/blog/vote-now-2015-real-estate-tech-awards LeaseCalcs’ patent-pending, enterprise-class Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform allows commercial real estate professionals and corporate tenants to understand the entire financial statement impact

JLL Signs Master Subscription Agreement with LeaseCalcs

By Marc Maiona | November 20, 2015
JLL an early adopter of LeaseCalcs

We are very excited to announce JLL and LeaseCalcs have formally expanded our relationship, allowing JLL’s professionals to enhance the financial analysis and lease accounting insights provided to their clients around the globe, while also providing JLL with valuable commercial real estate market insights previously not possible. The full press release can be found here. JLL as an early adopter We’ve been working closely with JLL for several years, with many of their offices being early adopters and strong advocates of LeaseCalcs. Now all of JLL’s professionals can utilize the same industry leading platform to help improve both their businessĀ andĀ their

FASB Votes & LeaseCalcs Upgrade – August 2014

By Marc Maiona | September 3, 2014
FASB votes

Just last Wednesday, as the FASB voted to finalize additional aspects of the new lease accounting standards, LeaseCalcs rolled out another important upgrade to make lease accounting and lease analysis even easier. FASB Votes Among the important results of the FASB’s votes were decisions that will impact sale-leaseback transactions and the establishment of the discount rate non-public entities can use to calculate the asset and liability values reported on their balance sheets. Sale-Leasebacks – What You Need To Know: Under the new lease accounting rules for US-GAAP, if the “leaseback” piece of the sale-leaseback is classified as a “Type A”