Building Engines Blog | David Osborn
Office rental rates are falling so lock in your tenants for the long term by sitting down at the table and negotiating lower rates now. Nationwide, effective office rents fell almost 9.0% in the third quarter compared with the same period a year ago. Office tenants returned approximately 20 million square feet of space to […]
The financial and mortgage crisis of 2008 created what we all know as the credit Ice Age. Losses were so severe that the Obama Administration created a $700 billion bailout throwing a financial TARP over the big banks to protect them from a rain of failure. It worked, if only temporarily. Yet the residential real […]
We recently held a webinar on social media and how it is revolutionizing the way that every industry is communicating their message – internally and externally. After the webinar we solicited comments and suggestions from a few of the attendees. A management level attendee asked the following: “I’ve been trying to block employees from using […]
The food of survival for the commercial real estate industry in a starving economy is strong return on investment on your staffing decisions, your purchasing decisions and your resource investments.