No matter your industry or area of business, you know one thing by now: a deal isn’t done until the ink is dry. If you’re working toward a new office space, the complexity involved in exploring, touring, negotiating, and finally getting to the point of making a decision is unmatched.
Anyone who’s had a few different homes throughout their life knows there’s a difference between a college dorm and a 5 bedroom estate in the suburbs. The same is true for office spaces. But when searching for new office space, your time and attention is limited, making it important to
Commercial real estate listings are, if anything, designed to be flashy and attractive. That means professional photography, easy-to-read bullet points, and – most prominently – total square footage. But landlords use a formula to calculate a tenant’s total rental rate that combines the listed square footage with how much space
Small business owners face the same challenges no matter the industry. Razor-thin margins, acquiring innovative talent, and competition around staffing and space restrictions. And while solving your square footage issues may seem daunting, it’s easier to calculate just how much additional space you may need. Whether you’re expanding into a
When a company enters into a long-term lease agreement, there’s a certain amount of risk involved. What if your company outgrows the space you’ve leased? What if business interests shift and your company needs to relocate to a more market-friendly area? Or, worse yet, what if the company folds entirely?