I’ve had countless people ask me that question, and I’m glad they did. What I’ve noticed most during these conversations is the assumption that a bad economy equals a bad real estate market.
“¢ Understand Client’ requirements in terms of budget, location, type, size and quality of space.
Having the most knowledge and information is a huge key to any negotiation. Simply asking is one of the most effective ways of acquiring vital information.
This is a question that has been posed to me hundreds of times in my career. The answer is simple: now! What I mean by that is you should review your lease on a yearly basis. A company’s business should drive its real estate needs, not the other way around. The real estate should support...
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TAG helps to relocate many companies every year saving them time, money, and hassle. Here is a relocation checklist so you can be sure you have everything covered for your next relocation.
A couple days ago, I had an interesting conversation with a business owner who was looking to renegotiate his office lease. He told me he is currently working with a business consultant to help him to do this. I thought, Wow! Hold on, a business consultant?
TAG completes dozens of successful negotiations every year (over $30,000,000 worth of transactions in the last 2 years!) because we know the market better than anyone else and we understand how to work with others. Here are some tips you can use with your negotiations:
What’s in your lease and what should you be looking for? While TAG is here to help you fully understand the terms, we believe an educated client is a happy client. Here are a few basics items to look for and be aware of: