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As the pressure continues for commercial real estate owners and managers to increase NOI and drive more income beyond what’s offered in leases, identifying incremental revenue through services provides an opportunity to do that. Unfortunately, according to BOMA, 20% of all billable service revenue for servicers performed are not accounted for or collected due to poor process and systems.
If you’re trying to manage your buildings certificates of insurance using a spreadsheet and filing cabinet, KEEP READING! This blog is for you. With the pace of life in the 21st century, who has time to review the tenant and vendor COI spreadsheet to identify the expirations, reach out to your designated contact, follow up, […]
The operational risks to a commercial property are many – at every turn is an opportunity for a slip-and-fall, a hazardous material leak, an uninsured vendor, or… worse. To compound that, the expectations and legal requirements that property teams are not only required to do, but also need to do, to prepare for emergencies and protect themselves from liability are high.
I suppose I feel a little like Penn and Teller – about to share secrets from the murky world of sales, exposing my peers in SaaS technology companies and incurring their wrath. But if it makes for good ratings (or shares/retweets in this case) I’m told it’s worth it by my marketing colleagues.
Do you dread planning your property’s holiday schedule? Coordinating tenant occupancy, staffing needs, and building operations can often be a hassle, involving multiple emails, phone calls and stacks of paper work.
Reputation goes a long way for a successful commercial real estate property owner or manager. It can take years to build and seconds to destroy – especially if you don’t have an efficient Business Continuity Plan in place. Communicating with tenants in real-time is a top priority in the event of an emergency. Do you know how you’re going to execute that?
As you may have already noticed, Google’s email service, Gmail, has undergone a design makeover designating your inflow of daily mail into three separate tabs: Primary, Social, and Promotions.