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Happy New Year!  The time has come again, the time for setting resolutions to get to the gym more often, eat healthier, and overall get in shape. But have you spent any time thinking about your business resolutions, and how to keep your business in shape?  Here is a list of real estate resolutions for you to consider in 2016: Put Important Lease Dates...
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Click here to listen to Tenant Guardian’s Founder, John Sabourin talk with Ron Siegel on Ron Siegel Home & Finance Radio.  Ron Siegel of Anaheim Hills, CA and John Sabourin of Newport Beach, CA discuss current events, financial markets, politics, and even poking fun at the rest of the media in a live radio broadcast from Anaheim...
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Click here to listen to Tenant Guardian’s Founder, John Sabourin talk with Ron Siegel on Ron Siegel Home & Finance Radio.  Ron Siegel of Anaheim Hills, CA and John Sabourin of Newport Beach, CA discuss current events, financial markets, politics, and even poking fun at the rest of the media in a live radio broadcast from Anaheim...
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While my inner punk rocker smiles at the term, the Damage and Destruction clause in any office lease is no laughing matter.  Although seldom used, it can be the most serious provision in a lease if a major destructive event (Fire, Flood, Earthquake, etc.) affects the occupancy of a building. While many tenants have never had...
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Leasing Activity So is it a Tenant’s Market or a Landlord’s Market?  The buzz seems to be that the market is tightening and that rates are on the rise, and their is evidence of improvement in many submarkets.  However, the average vacancy rate in Los Angeles County Office Buildings at the end of the 1st quarter...
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If you had a brain tumor, would you see a general practitioner or an orthopedic surgeon?  Of course you would not!  You would see a neuro-oncologist. The same goes for brokerage, you need a specialist.  Many people are unaware of the value in hiring a Tenant Representative specialist when leasing space, and, in particular, when...
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Is it a Landlord’s market yet?  In a word, “No.”  However, the overall office market made significant gains in 2013.  And, as in the past, there are winners and losers from market to market and project to project.   Nationally, as result of continuing employment gains in the office using sector of the economy, the...
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If you live in California you are used to new laws encumbering business seemingly everyday.  Well, this month is no different.  California has two new regulations that are supposed to take effect on July 1, 2013, the Accessibility Statute and the Energy Disclosures Regulations.  But of course, the state isn’t quite ready for the onslaught...
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If you live in California you are used to new laws encumbering business seemingly everyday.  Well, this month is no different.  California has two new regulations that are supposed to take effect on July 1, 2013, the Accessibility Statute and the Energy Disclosures Regulations.  But of course, the state isn’t quite ready for the onslaught...
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I was recently introduced to Gensler’s magazine “Dialogue.”  If you are into commercial real estate issues like workplace and architecture it is a must read with great pictures of Gensler’s recent projects.  In issue #22 there are some interesting thoughts on private offices vs. open plan in an article called “Stressed out by Openess”.  Check...
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