Learn what you should consider before you begin to negotiate a commercial lease renewal: when to start negotiating, the information you need at your fingertips, and examples of lease term errors that can make a big difference to your bottom line.
In this market, when all buildings are being closely scrutinized by insurers at renewal time, it’s more important than ever to improve your building’s risk profile to negotiate the best available terms. We break down some of the reasons behind the high cost of premiums, and give you some pointers on how to improve your rating.
Video content of Transpacific Property Managers discussing managing clientele property as if it were their own.
Not every property manager has the same skills and training – and many landlords don’t know this. If you’re not getting the results you need from your property management company, it may be because the property manager they’ve assigned to your building doesn’t have the right skill set to optimize your asset…
Transpacific was featured in a January 2021 article in Western Investor that explains what a commercial property manager can, and should, be doing for you… “Top Benefits of hiring a commercial property manager: They approach your company with a business mindset – driving assets and revenues They offer unbiased leasing advice Property managers provide an …
Every commercial space sitting empty must be protected, preserved and ready for the post-pandemic reopening, whenever that arrives.
Small and medium-size businesses are working hard to serve their clients in new ways, take care of their staff, keep the lights on, and figure out government programs – without the benefit of large leadership teams or deep pockets. The extra pressure to “be more” and “do more” from marketers, government agencies and thought leaders can feel like one more stress.
During this pandemic, businesses are jumping on the “here to help” bandwagon with offers that are really just repackaged sales pitches. What our clients need from us now, are real results and effort – not lip service.
Over the years, I’ve come to see that it’s not just talent or qualifications that make the ideal employee – it’s their habits, attitude, and work ethic that can make the difference between someone I hire and promote, and someone who will not succeed at the job.
Stress is inevitable, but how you handle it, is not. Years ago, I took the advice I received during a skiing lesson and applied it to my life. Now, when I start to feel stressed, I adjust my stance…