As a landlord, investor, or property manager, you can have a lot on your plate. Even with many years in the field, there is always a new experience to be had. For example, you might have a commercial property that becomes vacant for a period. It can happen for many reasons. If this is a situation you are in, make sure to check off all these boxes in securing your vacant commercial property.
When looking for the perfect office space, you want to have your criteria straight. Every part of your business office needs to serve a purpose, and part of this space is its layout. What kind of work environment does your business need? Everyone has their preferences, but the trend of the open office layout is undoubtedly booming. Below are the pros and cons of the open office layout to bear in mind.
If you are managing a commercial property that features an outdoor grassy area or courtyard, you’ll probably need to think about landscaping services to keep everything looking nice. This is because landscaping actually plays a crucial role in the overall look of the property. Having a well-groomed landscape or yard is an essential part of curb appeal, which is huge even for commercial property renters. No one wants to work in a setting that is unkept, especially when first impressions on new clients are very important! Whether you DIY or hire a professional team, basic landscaping should always be a part of your building management plan. Here are some landscaping tips commercial property management teams should look into for keeping their managed property looking great on the outside. Read the rest of this entry »
Many go-getting investors dream of becoming a landlord or property manager and build that oh-so-valuable passive income over time. Many people use passive income for all sorts of reasons, such as retirement planning, supplementary income, or to save up for something they love like hobbies or vacations. Regardless of the reasoning, the world of real estate investment and commercial management is not as easy to get into as you might think. One way to make things a lot smoother is by employing the services of real estate consultants. Want to know more about real estate consultants and how they can help make your real estate dreams come true? Read this! Read the rest of this entry »
So you’ve set your sights on some land and are considering zoning it for commercial use. That’s great! But, you may be feeling a little uneasy about what the project may entail, especially if this is your first time at the commercial property development rodeo. The real estate consulting industry can be hard to navigate. There are so many factors that create a commercial property from scratch, such as legal, financial, and safety requirements. Plus, that doesn’t even include the architects, designers, construction crews, and tenants that will be involved in the actual building and renting process! Luckily, there are many people that are experienced in helping you make your commercial property development dream a reality, like us at Clagett Enterprises. Here’s how to find your footing today! Read the rest of this entry »
If you are on the lookout for a brand new office real estate location for your company, you are likely facing hundreds of vacant commercial lots or properties to choose from. But, especially for a brand new start-up or rapidly expanding company, you may be having trouble figuring out what size of office real estate will work best for your company. Many people that are inexperienced in the world of office real estate may simply look at a property and say, “This will do” and sign a lease, even if it, in reality, will not suit their company’s needs properly. Make sure to read this if you are looking into purchasing or renting office real estate to make sure your company will be getting the right size for its operations! Read the rest of this entry »
Owning a retail business is hard these days, and it’s more important than ever to convert those window shoppers into regular customers. Because more and more customers are turning into online-only shoppers, keeping up great customer service and offering great quality products are key. But one other aspect to consider is the overall layout of the retail space. While commercial retail spaces are usually small, you may feel dismayed at how you can possibly organize all of your stock. But the reality is that rearrangement is not that difficult to make your commercial space efficient, effective, and attractive all at the same time. Here’s how to best use your retail space to create a layout that customers can’t get enough of. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are looking into renting a commercial property to house your corporation, company, or business, you’ll likely run into two different types– executive suites or office spaces. On the outside, the two spaces are nearly identical. However, the difference lies in the rental and leasing agreements, which couldn’t be more different. In general, which one your company should be looking into depends on the nature and characteristics of your particular business model. Want to learn more about the differences between office spaces and executive office suites? Read this blog to find out. Read the rest of this entry »
Most adults know what the word real estate means: a property that is available for sale. Most adults also know that there are two different types of real estate; residential and commercial real estate. What most adults don’t know is that each type of real estate is very different from one another, even though both have to do with buying property. For instance, if you are interested in investing in either, you’ll have to know the major differences between the two, or some serious mistakes could be made. Before investing in residential or commercial real estate, understanding the differences between the two is essential. Here’s a quick guide to their similarities and differences. Read the rest of this entry »