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Commercial Real Estate News

 

Read the latest in commercial real estate from our ITRA partners around the world.

Regardless of business type, there are a couple of lease clauses that can provide a business with added flexibility during the lease term:

How a supply chain link kink is saving you money and filling up warehouse space.

When it comes to commercial real estate leases, purchases and sales, businesses should retain a dedicated corporate real estate advisor to ensure their interests are protected and their objectives are achieved. Why? We have five good reasons:

Over the past 13 years, building values have continued to increase worldwide. While the increase was caused by many factors that include increasing rental rates and the cost of construction, one undeniable factor in the equation has been extremely low interest rates.

Highlights from our global conference in Houston, Texas

ITRA Global is pleased to announce that Capital Realty, Inc. has been selected to be the exclusive member firm representing Los Angeles, California. Capital Realty, Inc. is led by Garry E. Adams and Deborah Morrow Adams.

Wayne Teig, Principal of ITRA GLOBAL I MINNEAPOLIS - ST, PAUL has received the prestigious Ronald R. Pollins PhD Leadership Award at the ITRA Global conference in Houston, Texas. 

ITRA Global is pleased to announce that York Property Company has been selected to be the exclusive member firm repsenting Dalls, Texas. 

If your company has a lease in an office building that expires this year or in 2023, here are a five insider tips you need to consider for your new lease or lease renewal:

For tenants with net leases, the annual expense reconciliation bill from your landlord will arrive soon.  While sometimes tenants receive a credit, often they receive an invoice to pay. In either case, you should carefully review the expenses passed through to your company by your landlord for the prior year. This is especially important given the impacts of Covid-19, which caused much lower actual occupancy for office buildings.