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.
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Nowadays, property owners get a bad rep, and commercial property management companies are no exception. All we see on social media these days is the worst of the worst examples of management that leave their tenants with poor conditions for high rent or lease agreement costs. It would be every commercial property management team’s worst nightmare to see one of their properties become infamous due to a negative viral video. However, the reality is that most management companies do care about the well-being and satisfaction of their tenants but often manage multiple properties, which can cause difficulty. But there are still ways to be responsible and proactive as a commercial property management firm to keep your tenants happy, and it just takes a little bit of effort. Here are a few tips that can get you on the right track. (more…)
Curb appeal is the first impression your clients have of your company as a whole. Before your business can wow your customers with your expertise, you need to make them feel welcome with a beautiful outdoor curb appeal. This means that property managers need to be sure to pay attention to the outside just as much as the inside. Commercial buildings need to have proper landscaping just like a residential building. Here are some helpful tips for creating fantastic curb appeal for your building! (more…)
Smart building technology is one of the latest trends, but does it actually make a difference when it’s time to acquire tenants? Here are just some beneficial ways that smart building technology helps you to get more tenants for your rental (and a short explanation of what smart building technology is in the first place!). (more…)