An Update on the Southwest Loop


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We’ve had our eyes on the Southwest Loop for quite some time. We already mentioned this booming corner of the loop in our Up-And-Coming Chicago Neighborhood Guide, but with the extent of recent activity, we decided this part of the loop deserved its own dedicated post. Here’s what you can expect to see in the Southwest Loop soon.

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When It’s Time To Consider Leasing An Office Space


When you first begin to develop your business, there are a few key milestones to take into consideration such as hiring more employees and expanding your service offerings. One additional milestone to consider is obtaining your own space. However, determining when it’s time to make the big move can be a difficult decision. We have compiled a list of a few signs that indicate it may be time for your business to consider leasing an office space:

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Up-And-Coming Chicago Neighborhood Guide


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Move over Fulton Market, we have some new players ready to take the spotlight. The Southwest Loop, South Loop and Old Town are hot with activity and ready to make their mark. Check out what makes these three contenders a dream for investors, commuters and brokers alike.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Investing in Commercial Real Estate


Beginner's Guide to Investing in Commercial Real Estate-min

Investing in commercial real estate is a great way to diversify your portfolio as well as make some extra money. Unlike stocks and bonds, commercial real estate is a hard asset that provides income via rent collection and, in most long term cases, an appreciation of value. The best way to begin investing in commercial real estate is to thoroughly research your options – we’ve compiled a few tips to help you get started.

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Here’s When You Should Walk Away From a Deal


Here's When You Should Walk Away From a Deal-min

Negotiating a deal for an office space, home or retail space is a delicate art that takes thoughtfulness, precision and a clear idea of what you want. Walking away from a deal is not only the best leverage to get everything on your list of asks, but can also be necessary if the deal is headed in a direction that’s not in your best interest. Here’s how you can determine when it’s time to walk away.

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The Importance of Infrastructure


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Paying attention to infrastructure means paying attention to the nitty gritty details, but it’s these details that save you time and money in the long run. Below we have your guide to all things infrastructure for your new office space.

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Understanding Costs Associated With Moving to a New Space


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When you’re looking for a new space, having a budget is essential. As you check out potential locations it’s important to understand the not-so-obvious costs that may pop up as you transition to your new place.

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How to Find the Right Office for a Fast-Growing Startup


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The rapid growth of a startup causes changes to come quickly, which makes it challenging to find an office space that will grow with the business. When beginning the search, consider the projected growth, business plan and the needs of the company to find the best suitable space.

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The Best Negotiations Come from a Complete Commercial Real Estate Team


Commercial Real estate agent and customers shaking hands together celebrating finished contract after about home insurance and investment loan, handshake and successful deal. 5 Reasons to Work with a TAG Broker

Negotiating the terms of a commercial real estate lease is difficult, as it is fraught with jargon, clauses and paperwork, and even the slightest misstep can have dire consequences for a business’s bottom line. Hiring the right real estate broker and attorney team to handle this delicate process is the best way to guarantee the most favorable terms while saving you time and money.

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Appropriate Pricing Moves Properties


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Listing a property for the highest possible price may seem like the best course of action, but more often than not it will deter buyers and negatively affect the final sale price. Establishing the price in line with comparable properties in the area, or slightly lower, will help move the property faster with less cost to the seller.

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