Top 4 Reasons to use a Tenant Advisor

You have been in a space for a number of years.  You and your employees are happy with the location and could probably make the drive with your eyes closed.  You know your lease expiration is quickly approaching and you plan on extending the lease.  Although resigning the lease may seem like an easy decision;…
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Building Classes Part II: Classes Explained

Building Classes Part II The Three Building Classes There are 3 building classes in BOMA’s metropolitan base. The metropolitan base is used within a single office market. There is a separate international base for comparing properties across international markets, but it is primarily used by landlords and property investors. The metropolitan base is what our…
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Proud Partners

Proud Partners At Found Advisors, we like to think of ourselves as a team – small in number maybe, but a cohesive team that delivers exceptional service to each and every client. Being part of a team allows us to see different points of view, contribute to the best of our ability and skill set,…
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Building Classes Part I: The Origin Story

Building Classes Part I When looking for new locations, tenants may come across buildings touted as “Class A” or advertised as having “Class A finishes.” To an inexperienced buyer or renter, the meaning of this class distinction is a mystery. “Class A” sounds like a good grade; it’s better than a “Class D” or a…
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Options: Do They Benefit Tenants or Landlords?

Options: Do They Benefit Tenants or Landlords? Options are beneficial to either the Landlord or the Tenant. Landlords want to provide the Tenant with as few options as possible to securitize the lease as strongly as possible. Many Landlords use their rent roll to securitize a refinance or sale. If a tenant for instance, has…
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My Landlord is the Best!

My Landlord is the Best! Your Landlord may be the best. Many great Landlords exist in each and every market. I especially like those Landlords that give the cool gifts to their tenants every December. A good friend once showed me the custom wood grill set he received from his Landlord. A year later when…
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Workforce Generations Part II

Workforce Generations (Part 2) As I mentioned in Part 1 of this blog post, this is the first time in history that five very disparate generations have been in the workforce simultaneously. Previously, we reviewed the who and the what of each generation, but I still want to look at what that means when you’re…
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Workforce Generations (Part I)

Workforce Generations (Part 1) This past weekend, I was reading an article online that mentioned the “silent generation”. I didn’t want to assume that I knew what that meant, so I looked it up and found quite a bit of information about the multiple generations currently sharing space on the planet. The Silent Generation/Traditionalists born…
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