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I’ve lived in New England for the majority of my life. Known for its beautiful fall foliage, cold snowy winters, wet green springs (and the pollen that comes with it), and, of course, hot (often muggy) summer months.
This summer is set to be more extreme than prior years, with more frequent above-90-degree days on the East Coast while the drought in the West continues to expand.
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.
As we approach Memorial Day Weekend, temperatures are finally starting to heat up and signs of summer are rolling in. It also marks that time of year when commercial real estate property owners and managers need ensure that their buildings are ready the seasonal changes in order to avoid unexpected issues or costs.
As temperatures drop and the cold months linger, property owners and managers are tasked with combatting rising energy costs. Sufficiently heating a commercial real estate building can often drain the wallet – but it doesn’t have to. We’ve compiled a list of the top eight tips for saving money this season.
With temps spiking in the 100s this summer, it’s important to keep your team and tenants cool. But just because your AC use is skyrocketing, it doesn’t mean your expenses have to. Here are four money-saving tips, as told through cats.
How can you manage energy more efficiently? By now, we all know the importance of practicing Preventive Maintenance. The more important question today is, do you have a comprehensive program in place that addresses not only time-based maintenance tasks, but also predictive maintenance? A good predictive maintenance component can save you 15% is energy costs- […]