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Unlike leases for residential properties, commercial leases are expected to go through multiple rounds of negotiation. The initial lease that is provided to you is essentially a rough draft. Your potential landlord or property owner is anticipating that you will request changes to the proposed lease. Here’s how to negotiate a commercial lease to ensure you get the best possible outcome for your organization.
Whether your business is moving a few blocks away or all the way across town, relocating your office is stressful. Operations are disrupted, things don’t always go as planned, and it can be difficult to stay under budget. And without proper preparation, your office move can quickly become a huge headache for both you and your team. However, when implemented correctly, office relocations have been shown to positively impact nearly 70% of employees. The best way to make your move more manageable and stress-free for you and your team is by creating an office relocation action plan.
If your business operates out of multiple offices, you have a choice to make: hire a commercial real estate portfolio manager or manage the properties yourself? If you have a relatively limited portfolio and infrequent, one-off CRE projects, it may be tempting to try to cut costs and manage the portfolio yourself. But before you make a decision, it’s important to understand just how much value a CRE portfolio manager can bring.
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