THE KNOG

Jun 25, 2018 3:56:35 PM / by admin

It takes time to move space and as a tenant, time can be your biggest asset or your biggest liability… so make sure you have enough of it!

 

Find out more by watching our latest YouTube video: https://youtu.be/hTe310x8ynA

 

 

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Why an Exclusive Broker Is the Right Choice

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During the course of a conversation with a tenant, they asked why anyone would want to use an exclusive broker to represent them in finding and negotiating a lease. Of course, any tenant in the market for a space has full control of the leasing or acquisition process. If a tenant goes out and talks […]

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Choosing the Right Location for your Office Space

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