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Three Secrets to Negotiate a Higher Improvement Allowance

The upfront capital investment required for a new lease can be substantial. No matter if it is 1st or 2nd generation space, there will most likely be substantial buildout required before the space is suitable for occupancy. In order to … READ MORE

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5 Hidden Office Space Costs

If you are out in the market looking to find office space, you may have learned plenty about office space for rent. Your head may be swimming with all the details, but now is not the time to lose your head. … READ MORE

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The Nuances of Leasing Medical Office Space

Posted by Admin-   Medical office space users and physician practices don’t typically relocate to new buildings as often as general office tenants. However, the competition for new patients is increasingly steering physician practices to non-hospital campus properties as they … READ MORE

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Larger Tenant Needs – Efficiency of Space Use

Larger Tenant Needs  We recognize that office users with space requirements in excess of 10,000 square feet, in one or many locations, have multiple needs. As vacancies drop and office markets tighten, the competition for the best office space makes … READ MORE

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The Truth About Leasing Commissions

he Truth about Leasing Commissions One of the discussions many commercial real estate agents don’t like to have with their prospective clients revolves around the subject of fees or commissions. I have often seen brokers in an attempt to secure … READ MORE

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