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Building Engines Blog | Property Manager
This month’s customer spotlight shines on Chad Miller, Assistant Property Manager, Harsch Investment Properties in San Francisco, where he started over 8 years ago as a temporary receptionist.
Space management? Isn’t that a just leasing “thing”? Not anymore! Property management software and space management have been courting each other for a while now and have officially decided to tie the knot. Sorry, leasing.
Lack of workforce efficiency is not just a frustrating reality – it’s a costly one. Every day property management teams strive to boost their bottom line and increase tenant satisfaction, but sometimes there are roadblocks on the path to CRE success. Many factors can lead to decreased productivity, from tackling too many tasks to forgoing modern technology. Check out the infographic below and make sure you – and your employees – aren’t facing any of these pitfalls.
Property managers may have concerns about the efficiency of maintenance workers when they’re not being supervised, but a recent study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology showed that a boss-less environment may actually boost employee performance
Businesses in every industry need to react quickly to changing conditions. The faster companies are able to alter production, marketing or customer service strategies, the greater advantage they have over their competitors that are struggling to keep up
Older buildings tend to be less efficient than their more modern counterparts. Aging materials, damage and outdated construction techniques lead to high energy consumption at properties built several decades ago. However, that doesn’t mean that the facilities can’t be upgraded to improve their efficiency and provide companies with significant savings.
A push for more affordable fuel prices has created new opportunities for energy firms, which, in turn, is generating growth in the commercial real estate markets in several major cities.
The NSA scandal has highlighted the importance of working closely with tenants to ensure that premises are protected without violating their trust.