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Ted Kraus Photo Ted Kraus
The Deal Makers,

"Mr. DealMaker Discusses Commercial ListServers!"


Listen to Briefing from 12/06/96 & Receive Handout

Ted Kraus, Mr. Dealmaker, is the leading provider of dedicated list servers. He has had anillustrious career in real estate and publishing, having founded and published The Retail LeasingReporter, The DealMakers Weekly and The DealMakers, the nation's largest retail real estatenewsletters. Along with his reporters and research department, Ted finds new trends in retailingas well as new concepts in development that allow him to stay ahead of national market trends. Combining this information with the industry's largest computerized database -- 22,500 retailersand 60,000 developers, brokers and management companies -- has enabled Ted and hisorganization to succeed in leasing some of the most difficult properties in the country. It alsoallowed Ted to pioneer the concept of teleleasing, the computerization of leasing and leadgeneration. Teleleasing advises developers on repositioning centers on an acquisition potentialand is often used to decide why a property should not be purchased.


Contact Information:

Ted Kraus
The Deal Makers
100 Youngs Road
Mercerville, NJ 08619
(v) 609 587 6200
(f) 609 587 3511
(e) ted.kraus@property.com
(w)www.property.com





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