Executive Networking With Tenant Advisory Group


Every month, Tenant Advisory Group hosts an Executives Networking Event to provide an opportunity for Chicago business leaders to build new, meaningful connections and discuss topics relevant to running a business.

During July’s Executives Luncheon, attendees were prompted with one question: “How do you build your company’s culture?” Here are a few of the lessons shared in response:

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Executive Networking With Tenant Advisory Group


Every month, Tenant Advisory Group hosts an Executives Bruncheon to provide an opportunity for Chicago business leaders to build new, meaningful connections and discuss topics relevant to running a business.

During July’s Executives Bruncheon, attendees were prompted with one question: “What is one challenge you are facing in your business?” Here are a few of the lessons shared in response:

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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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Why You Need a Real Estate Attorney During Lease Negotiations


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When negotiating a new lease or lease renewal for commercial office space, many business owners and operators believe they can use a trusted family lawyer, IP, tax, corporate or other non-real estate attorney to help mediate terms. While it may be tempting to choose a lawyer you’re familiar with over an expert in real estate, it’s critical to find legal counsel that specializes in real estate law to ensure the best outcome. Together with a skilled broker, a commercial real estate attorney will save clients money and mitigate the risks inherent in any transaction. Here are a few of the most common scenarios during lease negotiation that demonstrate the importance of going with a real estate lawyer.

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New Services Offered by Tenant Advisory Group


We are proud to announce our newest partnership with Dan Porcaro of PSM Partners. This exclusive partnership enables us to offer you premium phone and data brokerages services, as well as cloud services. Through this new affiliation, TAG will be able to provide even more services and solutions to help grow your business. Click here to learn more about Dan Porcaro.

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What to Expect When Looking for Office Space


Chicago is the third largest city in the United States which means there is a deep pool of potential office spaces to fit just about any business. Prior to beginning the search for new space, many of our clients are interested to know what exactly is involved in the process. Through our experience we’ve assembled a list of the most important steps involved along with tips and tricks we think will help business owners.

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Subtle Differences Between a Residential and Commercial Real Estate Broker


Real estate is a complex industry with many different disciplines. The innate structure of the industry demonstrates just how quickly it can become complicated. Even within the commercial space there is a tremendous difference between industrial, retail, and office specialties. The types of properties, client use and lease terms will vary greatly depending on the commercial domain. Between commercial and residential real estate, the disparity is massive, which makes finding the right broker for the job crucial to efficiently and smoothly closing a deal on the right space.

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How a Commercial Real Estate Broker Will Save You Time


There are never enough hours in the day when you’re a small business owner. Try adding relocating your business to your list, and you’ll really have your head spinning. While important, finding a new office is a daunting task and can soak up drastic amounts of time. Thankfully, there are Chicago Commercial Real Estate professionals who want to help you.

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Close the Deal Before Someone Else Does


Chicago’s commercial real estate market favors sellers, presenting high demand and low supply in the downtown area. This means the window to moving into your dream office may be closing faster than you think. If you find that perfect property for your business, be prepared to act fast and close the deal with the property owner before someone else does.

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