Category Archives: Real Estate

Should I Have an Attorney Review My Commercial Lease?

Should I Have an Attorney Review My Commercial Lease? The short answer is “Yes”. The long answer is “Yes, but make sure to hire a local commercial real estate attorney and have reasonable expectations.” The reason I start this article with a simple “Yes” is because most commercial real estate office/retail/warehouse leases are legally binding … Continue reading Should I Have an Attorney Review My Commercial Lease?

Should I Have More Employees Work Remotely in the Future?

Should I Have More Employees Work Remotely in the Future? Tips for Businesses that Rent Office Space or Own Commercial Real Estate in Folsom, CA, or the Greater Sacramento Area. Life has obviously pelted us with lemons in the form of this terrible and devasting virus. It isn’t hard to find negativity and despair, but … Continue reading Should I Have More Employees Work Remotely in the Future?

6 Tips For Leasing Office Space: Part 6

6 Tips for Leasing Office Space: Buyers Guide To Budgeting Commercial Office in Sacramento: Part 6 Office space is generally the second biggest business expense behind employee salaries. Salary expenses can be decreased when needed, but office leases are typically locked in for 3 to 5 years. Think of it as the Olympic Games: if … Continue reading 6 Tips For Leasing Office Space: Part 6

6 Tips For Leasing Office Space: Part 5

6 Tips for Leasing Office Space: Buyers Guide To Budgeting Commercial Office in Sacramento: Part 5 Office space is generally the second biggest business expense behind employee salaries. Salary expenses can be decreased when needed, but office leases are typically locked in for 3 to 5 years. Think of it as the Olympic Games: if … Continue reading 6 Tips For Leasing Office Space: Part 5

6 Tips For Leasing Office Space: Part 4

6 Tips for Leasing Office Space: Buyers Guide To Budgeting Commercial Office in Sacramento: Part 4 Office space is generally the second biggest business expense behind employee salaries. Salary expenses can be decreased when needed, but office leases are typically locked in for 3 to 5 years. Think of it as the Olympic Games: if … Continue reading 6 Tips For Leasing Office Space: Part 4

6 Tips For Leasing Office Space: Part 3

6 Tips for Leasing Office Space: Buyers Guide To Budgeting Commercial Office in Sacramento: Part 3 Office space is generally the second biggest business expense behind employee salaries. Salary expenses can be decreased when needed, but office leases are typically locked in for 3 to 5 years. Think of it as the Olympic Games: if … Continue reading 6 Tips For Leasing Office Space: Part 3