Landlord Representation (17)

Why Hire a Project Manager?

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. Construction projects are risky, costly and time-consuming endeavors, and the more complex a project is, the more potential there is for potential problems to arise, including scope creep, […]

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CRE Leasing Myths Debunked – Posting and Hoping (1 of 4)

If you post and hope, this blog is for YOU! Don’t fall for these common commercial real estate leasing myths. This is the first blog in a series of blogs about CRE Leasing myths debunked. We’ll cover Posting and Hoping, Somebody Else Will Lease My Property, Weekly Reporting is Enough, and the well-known Taking Tenant […]

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The Facility Manager’s Important Role During a Construction Project

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. Too often the FM is excluded from the design and construction process. But waiting until the end of a project might be too late to influence equipment, products […]

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Why Your Company Move Is A Marketing Opportunity

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. By Glenn Romanelli, Guest Columnist When a company moves, there are certainly a lot of things that need to get done. So much so that the last thing […]

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Experts share top costly Tenant Improvement Work Letter Oversights

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. A tenant (who didn’t use a project manager) once told me of an argument with his landlord shortly after move-in to his newly constructed office.  He went to […]

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Trading Desk Design Trends – Where The Money Is Made

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. By Casey Markoe, Guest Columnist A Trading Floor is a unique environment designed to house and support the trading operations of financial firms. The staff in these spaces […]

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Top 5.5 Consultants You Should Hire For Your Office Buildout

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. Congratulations, you’ve signed your new office lease and now you’re ready to begin thinking about the design of your new space. But before the ink has dried on […]

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Tenant Builders Risk Insurance – Who is really at risk?

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. By Jim Doran, Guest Columnist Insurance requirements can be lengthy at many different times during the course of a lease. Most leases require General Liability, property, and additional […]

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When Real Estate Brokers Poo Poo Project Management, Find a New Broker

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. Tenant Rep Brokers, like Project Managers/Owner’s Reps, position themselves as client advocates who only represent the tenant/end-user during the real estate acquisition process. They cast themselves as the […]

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Eliminating Desk Side Trash Cans in Your Office

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. In a LinkedIn Facilities Management Group discussion, we discussed how companies are cleaning up the individual workspace garbage in exchange for centrally located garbage collection areas. Whoa, you […]

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Tenant Tip – Check for Damaged Windows Before Construction or Pay Later

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. My general contractor on a 52,000 sq ft tenant build out received the following post-construction email from the landlord: “Please be informed that we are going to repair […]

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Cubicles Get A Charge From USB Charging Ports, Literally!

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. Twenty years after the invention of USB charging cables for just about every electronic device, systems furniture manufacturers have finally caught up and just started offering USB electrical […]

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Why Can I Hear People Through My Office Wall?

This post originally appeared on tBL member Richard Neuman's blog The Owner's Rep and is republished with permission. Find out how to syndicate your content with theBrokerList. Following months of planning your new office build out and relocation, your long-awaited post-move has occurred. You sit back into your office or cubicle, gaze around at your […]

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CRE Tenant or Landlord Representative?

What are you? A CRE tenant or landlord representative? I firmly believe one can only be one. I am a proclaimed landlord representative. Let me explain…..True dedicated landlord representatives are constantly eating, thinking, worrying and dreaming about the vacancy which they are responsible to fill. They GROW ROOTS  long after a space is leased. They […]

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5 Tips for Touring Office Space

Office tenants considering a relocation or a renewal should tour competitive properties to research the market and enhance their negotiation position.  For an effective tour, decision makers must attend – this is not a task that can be delegated to an office manager.  Remember that you are seeking a long term relationship in the form […]

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Dress Your #CRE Listings for Success

We all know we are at first a visual being. Read any sales book and even dating reference guide and they will state the first impression we provide to another can make or break a deal. For the majority sales people dress conservatively, business attire, using the old mantra “dress for success.” This is true […]

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Myth Buster for #CRE: Things Really Do Take Time!

Let us say you hired an agent and they sent you a list of sites to consider and review. As the user or tenant, you review the list, make your choices, and you are ready to go. As the user or tenant, you notify your agent that you are available to see the selected sites […]

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