As states begin to test the waters of reopening, it’s time for many of us to think about how we can optimize our businesses to accommodate new best practices. From increased social distancing to enhanced cleanings, it’s clear that we likely won’t be able to operate exactly how we did pre-COVID. As landlords, owners and renters ourselves, we’ve assembled a clear plan for how we will reopen, and how we will encourage others to reopen as well.
Senior Broker Zach Slagle Completes CCIM Coursework in Midst of COVID-19
While Matanky Realty Group remains active from home, many are using this time to increase marketing efforts, network online and complete education programs.
That’s exactly what Senior Broker, Zach Slagle has done. He recently finished his coursework for the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, and awaits the in-person comprehensive final exam in the fall.
Ground-up construction projects start with an undeveloped portion of land and work step by step towards a finished building. This can be an attractive route to take for your construction project because it gives you the flexibility to design a space that meets your needs. Whether it’s a design that appeals more to your clientele, or a specifically required floorplan, starting from a blank slate can be a more effective method to get your desired result.
Are you tired of handling property uncertainties and maintenance? Property managers can take over the burden of daily and long-term property operations. They handle everything from maintenance issues, security, updates to rent collections, evictions and other financial matters. But, how do you find a good property manager? You need a reliable firm who can adequately navigate daily issues and predict long-term needs.
As experienced property managers, we often have leasing clients inquire about management services. No matter who’s asking, we always tell them to keep these tips in mind when looking to find a good property manager.
According to The National Institute of Building Sciences, value engineering is a conscious, clear set of disciplined procedures designed to seek out optimum value for both initial and long-term investments. In other words, value engineering promotes the substitution of materials and methods with less expensive alternatives, without sacrificing functionality.
Have you decided it’s time to own your own business? Create your own schedule? Occupy your own storefront? While there’s no road map to creating the perfect business, there are plenty of resources available to get you off to the right start.
As retail real estate professionals, we interact with first time businesses often enough to have a good understanding of what works and where business owners fall short. These are the top 4 resources we recommend all small business owners check out.
Are you a local landlord looking to increase your property’s value? When evaluating your portfolio, it’s common sense to want to optimize your investment in order to increase rental rates, keep well-performing current tenants and maximize the overall value of the center. As a full service commercial real estate firm, we often evaluate a property’s current and potential value-add opportunities.
It’s important to keep value in mind regardless of whether you’re looking to hold or sell. We’ve shared a few tips on how to increase real estate value not only for our clients, but for our own investments as well.
Have you considered buying or selling property? Do you know how to get important details for the property you’re considering buying or selling?
Typically, a property’s required analysis is based on its size. Commercial real estate properties, for examples, are valued very differently than their residential counterparts. The value of a larger investment property is directly related to how much income/profit it will produce. Getting all the financial details in order and understanding them is where a property analysis report comes in.
We’re all familiar with commercial construction in some capacity. We’ve seen our neighborhood coffee shops undergo drastic remodels, new medical centers pop up what feels like overnight and vacant land transform into manufacturing plants. However, many of us still have questions about what commercial construction entails.
In short, commercial construction applies to the industry of building, remodeling or demolishing industrial, medical, retail and office properties.
During any type of uncertainty our first response is panic. As property owners and managers, it’s our job to remain calm and in control. Our tenants, clients and employees are look to us to confidently navigate through these turbulent waters, in order to keep us all afloat.
Whether you own and/or manage a smaller scale commercial building, or your portfolio includes several shopping centers, here’s what we suggest landlords keep in mind when responding to tenants