One of the most jarring aspects of the pandemic of the past few years was how quickly business ground to a halt and had to pivot to facilitate working from home. In many cases, offices closed up or significantly downsized their physical locations as it became clear that returning in-person might never fully happen in many sectors. Even those businesses that kept their large, sprawling complexes are now facing a future where the idea of a total return to in-person work spurs immediate pushback from many on their team. This combines to form a scenario where the odds are good that you may know a business looking for a new commercial space. Commercial real estate is far more complicated than personal real estate, and a commercial real estate broker can help you significantly. Frankly, most people would never buy or sell a home without a real estate agent, so why consider it for your business? Read on to learn many of the perks of having a commercial real estate agent help with property selling or buying.
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There is no denying that hiring a retail consultant could be the best thing you decide to do when it comes to commercial real estate. Many companies struggle to determine whether hiring a consultant is worth the cost. The reality is if you’re looking to grow your business, spending money on having a consultant who can quickly help enhance your efforts in doing so can be tremendously helpful and informative. Ultimately, hiring a commercial consultant is a surefire way to gather the tools you need to allow your business to thrive and grow moving forward. Here are just some critical ways that hiring a commercial consultant can be the best decision towards the growth of your business down the line.
During a commercial lease, you must be careful to rent your property to the right person. This article explores the questions that you should ask potential renters.
Commercial leasing is usually complicated and requires preparedness in every step. When planning to lease business space, you must ensure that the office space you acquire meets your needs and the deal that you get is nothing but the best. In addition, commercial leases are legally binding and difficult to change or alter when you sign them, just like any other legal document. This blog post explores six steps to prepare for signing for commercial leasing.
For decades, apartments have had leasing offices on-site to help handle any issues that may arise. However, we’re going through a paradigm shift in how we look at apartment leasing and living. Owners and operators are beginning to see residents being more comfortable with and even asking for more self-service concepts. As such, it’s easier than ever to imagine a future where leasing offices aren’t required. If that sounds like a novel concept, read on to get a glimpse into a world where apartment complexes are defined by their self-service systems and leasing offices are nowhere to be found.
The office space scene is changing dramatically, with many expecting the world to work mainly from home and limiting travel. Even so, there are several fundamental benefits of working in an office, such as more authentic connections, accountability, and focus. With all the advantages that office spaces give, the next question is what kind of office space to look for. Here is a brief yet concise guide on the different types of office spaces.
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. (more…)
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. (more…)
Once you’ve placed your John Hancock on that office lease, you could be wondering what the next step actually would be. Ultimately, once you’ve signed the office lease, there are some key considerations that you will absolutely need to have accomplished. In fact, every successful business is bound to expand at some point. And part of any business expansion will typically include a new office space — particularly a larger one than the one you are currently working with. Here, the perfect steps you should take after you sign a new office lease. (more…)
There’s a common misconception in the commercial real estate industry– buying is always preferable to renting. Sure, outright purchasing a property does have its advantages, such as customization prospects and long-term availability. But renting is also an equally solid solution to office real estate. Many people say, “Why would you continue to line a landlord’s pocket by renting,” or “Why throw all that money away every month?” But those people are grossly misinformed about how renting actually works. In fact, in some situations, renting is actually the ideal form of acquiring commercial real estate. Here are four reasons why renting works when it comes to commercial real estate. (more…)