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Future Planning – Questions to ask yourself

December 20, 2015

With the new year quickly approaching, now is a great time to look at your commercial real estate needs. Below are a number of questions for you to consider as you plan for the future. Many of the questions are specific to a single location. However, others work for a company with multiple locations. It […]

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Lease Strategy – When You Need Us

May 12, 2015

Did you know that your office space is your 2nd highest operating expense? Every business needs to be proactive with their lease. We monitor trends in the marketplace so that you can renew or relocate at the most optimum time. Our proven process positions you to make the most informed decision possible and enables you […]

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Satchels of Caring Event & My Mom

April 13, 2015

I remember like it was yesterday, I was in my 2nd year as President of our newly formed CREW Chapter (2003) and we were having our annual charity board meeting. Every year we selected a charity that was focused on women and/or girls. This particular year we decided to help local women undergoing cancer treatment. We weren’t sure exactly how […]

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Too much space? You don’t just have to ‘Make it Work.’

February 5, 2015

Have you been looking around your office and noticing a lot of empty desks? What about unused floorspace hidden away in old conference rooms? Is there an entire floor of your office that no one uses for anything more than storage? If you answered yes to any of these questions you might be leasing too […]

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Conflict Of Interest

December 28, 2014

In commercial real estate there are two types of brokers, those that represent landlords and those that represent tenants. The landlord broker has the responsibility to secure your tenancy at the highest price possible. Conversely, the tenant broker negotiates the same property at the best possible price to you. We never represent Landlords. Our fiduciary […]

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Is a Big Deal Good For Your Deal?

September 20, 2014

When talking to a potential tenant, many landlord brokers will share the news of a “big deal” that just closed and brag about the properties recent success. A big deal may be great for the landlord broker and the landlord, but are the terms of that “big deal” transaction beneficial to you? As a tenant advisory […]

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Can the Same Attorney Represent both Parties?

July 23, 2014

Imagine you are in a courtroom.  As the defendant, your attorney is working hard to keep you out of jail.  As your attorney’s opening arguments wind down, the prosecuting attorney begins his case.  Wait a minute; the prosecuting attorney is the SAME attorney as the one you hired!  Who is the attorney actually working for?  […]

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How Do We Get Paid?

June 10, 2013

Quite often we are asked the question, “So how do you get paid?”.  Just like you, we have bills that are due, food to be purchased, and the fun toys everyone ‘needs’.  Without the client making a direct payment to us, they wonder how we can apparently work for free.  Let’s shed some light on […]

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Top 10 Lease Issues Other Than Rental Rate

December 13, 2012

As you negotiate your commercial real estate lease, there are many different clauses that could impact your tenancy. A lower rental rate may not always be your companies main priority.  Many companies only focus on the rental rate and miss opportunities for flexibility and the possibility that their business could change during the lease term. […]

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