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One of the primary considerations of any lease is the length of the Lease Term.  Sometimes flexibility requires a very short lease, and sometimes a lease needs to be longer to amortize a significant tenant improvement investment.  So, how long of a lease term should you sign up for?  There are quite a few factors to...
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Sale-Leasebacks, in real estate, are financial transactions whereby an owner of real estate sells its property and then leases it back for a long term.  These transactions have been popular for decades and are a consistent form of financing for businesses.  The question is: Is a Sale-Leaseback right for you? Sale-Leasebacks are not the right solution...
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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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Sometimes I sit down to write a blog thinking that I will just wax poetic about real estate and inspire myself or somebody else to come up with a great idea on how to better transact real estate.  Then the hard part comes.  Ideas, time to write, finding some interesting pictures (got to have them…)...
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CBRE Project Management recently gave a presentation on changes to California Building Standards Code aka “Title 24” that will take effect on January 1st, 2014. The new requirements are aimed to “reduce energy bills, increase energy delivery and reliability, and improve economic conditions for the State of California” (Hah!). Any projects that apply for permit on...
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Everybody wants to reduce their carbon footprint these days, and for good reason.  Companies are catering to a demographic that is continually more concerned about the environment – both for their own health and for the health of the environment.  A lot of the changes that can be made to acheive these concerns and ambitions...
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Everybody wants to reduce their carbon footprint these days, and for good reason.  Companies are catering to a demographic that is continually more concerned about the environment – both for their own health and for the health of the environment.  A lot of the changes that can be made to acheive these concerns and ambitions...
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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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