It takes a very special individual to be a successful entrepreneur: someone willing to takes risks and see opportunities differently than most people do. While anyone can start a business, it’s usually these unique individuals who actually do. And while some may fail at their first attempt(s) at a business, it’s that true entrepreneur who continues to try again and again. “It’s in their blood” is a fitting cliché for an entrepreneur. Let’s dive in a little deeper into the makings of an entrepreneur, and maybe you’ll see yourself in one or more of these.
Parking is a crucial piece of the puzzle when choosing commercial real estate for your business. It’s also an expense that many don’t consider. Not only do you have to consider whether your new office space will have sufficient parking for your employees, clients, and visitors, but also how much you’re willing to pay.
We could write a long list of why commercial real estate brokers are an essential resource to any business...but that would be boring. Truth is that when it comes to demonstrating benefits, stories are best. Here are a few real-life examples of how brokers bring home the win throughout the commercial real estate process.
Your commercial real estate broker is your best asset when searching for a new location for your business. They’ll help you navigate the process and negotiate lease terms that are in your best interest. Between their knowledge of the market, networking, negotiating skills, experience and more, your broker has a lot to offer.
So, how can you best utilize their services to support your success?
As a business owner or management-level decision maker, at some point you will inevitably be charged with one of the most important issues facing your company’s ongoing prosperity and long-term success: where to call “home” for your trusted employees and valued clients. Do you stay in this location and renew your lease, or do you need to relocate?
One of the major decisions you’ll make as a business owner is the location of your company. Whether you’re just starting out or have been in business for years, you’ll always need to periodically review where you’re at — literally. This evaluation can be tough. You might wonder, what is the optimal size for my space? Will my employees need to relocate? How much longer will my commute be? How much would it cost to move? How do I prepare?