Commercial real estate sector recovery driven by incentives

Office rents have more or less recovered from the huge slump that occurred at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. These days, companies are willing to pay high-dollar rents and sign long leases, but it’s not because everyone has rushed back to work all of a sudden. With the Omicron variant of COVID-19 still a

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Key Factors to Consider When Choosing a Co-working Space

In Singapore today, you find a lot of businesses operating from co-working spaces. This is because of the many benefits that come with a coworking space. A co-working space, also referred to as a shared office space, comes with many benefits such as reduced cost, networking, greater flexibility, and so on. It is particularly great

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Tech startups want to get back to the office, but not as we know it

Technology startups are considering whether or not it’s necessary to return to the office, and for those who think it is, they’re also rethinking what that office should look like. Maria Gothsch, chief executive of Partnership Fund for New York City, told The Washington Post that many tech startups will decide that they want office

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Tips To Find Office Space That Will Suit Your Business

Whether you’re still starting or expanding your business, one of the most expensive assets that you’ll own has to do with real estate: your office space. Like any other real estate investment, however, when properly chosen, this will always work to your advantage. Fortunately, building an office space may not be as expensive as one

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5 Questions You Need To Ask Before Hiring a Commercial Construction Company

Choosing a commercial construction company for your next project is an important decision. It is important to find a commercial construction firm that is willing to coordinate the whole project so it will be successful.  We all know that commercial construction projects like office space, a building, or a restaurant are significant investments. These projects

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RealOp Investments opens Raleigh regional office

RealOp Investments continues its North Carolina growth with the opening of its offices at the RDU Center. Headquartered in downtown Greenville, S.C., and with properties in five states including Tennessee, Florida and Georgia, RealOp Investments is a fast growing real estate investment firm, said Kyle Putnam, RealOp Investment’s President. This is the company’s first regional

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8 WAYS TO GET YOUR INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE IN CALIFORNIA READY FOR SALE

There is a growing shift in California’s commercial real estate. More and more investors and developers are moving towards industrial real estate and selling their retail centers because of the increase in online shopping. It is a steadily developing trend with enough steam to make heads turn. Another growing trend in this situation is that

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Understanding Subordination Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreements

Commercial tenants may be perplexed when months or years after signing their leases they are asked to sign a Subordination Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement (SNDA). The landlord may tell tenants simply that they “need the SNDA for the mortgage lender.” Tenants may not have a choice but to sign the SNDA. A clause in their

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You Want Me to Move Where? Tenant Relocation Clauses in Office Leases

Many commercial real estate leases contain tenant relocation clauses, which allow the landlord to require that the tenant move to different rental space. Since relocations are uncommon, tenants may not pay attention to those clauses when negotiating their leases. However, the terms in the relocation clause can make–or break–a tenant’s business when triggered. Why Landlords

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If You Think You Know How Your Office Lease Square Footage is Calculated, Guess Again!

You might think you can easily verify the square footage in your office lease.  After all, it is easy to calculate the square footage of the living room in your new home to plan for furniture placement. You use a tape measure to measure from wall to wall in both directions. Then, as you learned

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