As a business grows and expands, it’s easy to begin imagining moving into a larger, more permanent space. This is especially attractive for the startup crowd, which romanticizes the “build it in your garage” mentality while striving for the authenticity of a physical, professional office. But moving too quickly –
Office moves always start out with excitement. The thrill of a larger space, upgraded amenities, or a better location are exactly why companies expand to a new location. But after your search, endless tours, negotiations over lease agreements, and finally signing the paperwork, the actual work begins. First thing first,
When you’re a small business owner, you look for every possible advantage. There are no shortcuts to success, but with the dawn of shared or coworking spaces in larger cities where commercial real estate comes at a premium, it makes sense to consider your options – until you outgrow them.
After you’ve done your research, worked with your tenant representation broker, participated in site tours, and figured out your budget, the perfect commercial real estate property is finally in your sights. Unlike most residential real estate deals, commercial real estate is complex, complicated, and often progresses at a glacial pace.
Looking for commercial office space is a tedious process. Tenants are rarely equipped to handle the complexity and scope of the commercial real estate world, which is fraught with technical terms, lengthy negotiations, and stacks of paperwork. That’s why tenant brokers exist. With their expertise and knowledge of the local