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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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Some Thoughts on Corporate Social Responsibility

Some Thoughts on Corporate Social Responsibility This coming Saturday, I will get up earlier than I like, head to the city, and walk in  benefiting the Light of Life rescue mission. If you’ve read any of my blogs, you have likely stumbled across a reference to the mission. They serve the hungry and homeless in…
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4 Critical Ideas For Your Growing Company Part 1

4 Critical Ideas For Your Growing Company (Part I) Imagine with me for a moment… You’ve just started your own company. You have dreams of making the bigtime – hundreds of employees, unique office space, cool kids breaking down your door to work for you. Then reality hits you smack dab in the face. You’re…
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Timing of the Cracker Plant and its role in commercial real estate

Timing of the Cracker Plant and its role in commercial real estate Royal Dutch Shell is in the process of constructing a $6 billion petrochemical plant in Beaver county on the banks of the Ohio River. The facility, also known as a “cracker plant”, will take in oil and gas and break it into smaller…
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Training for the Great Allegheny Passage

One of our core values at Found Advisors is wellness. We recently purchased desk treadmills for the office and I average about 15,000 to 20,000 steps a day during work depending on how many meetings I have. I have had to learn how to type and walk (yes, that sounds easy for some) but I…
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The Treadmill Desk Experiment

Remember the movie, Up? I loved every part of it – from the tear jerker beginning to the happy ending and everything in between. Among other things, I think it’s because I relate a little too much to the talking dog. You know the one. Once minute he’s focused on doing something and suddenly, “squirrel!”.…
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How To Save Money On Office Space

How To Save Money On Office Space   As the New Year begins, now is a great time to reduce your second highest operating expense. The following three questions should help you assess your current situation: Is your space the right size? Review your current lease and divide the number of employees you currently have at…
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Must Have Solutions For 2017

Must Have Solutions For 2017 Okay, I don't believe in time management at all. We do have limited time and we do have to manage the time that we do have, but don't you find that something always comes up that is outside of your control therefore you can't manage it? For me, being efficient…
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Three Resolutions for the Business Owner

Three Resolutions for the Business Owner January is often the time of year when you look back on your successes and failures and look forward to growth and improvement in the coming months. When we do this in our personal life, we say that we’re making New Year’s Resolutions. More often than not, however, we…
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