Now is the time to talk with your landlord and your commercial real estate tenant rep if the financial hit because of COVID-19 jeopardizes your Tucson commercial lease.
Your contract covers what happens if you have to bail on your commercial property lease or can’t… Full Story
As a business owner, you’ve done all you can to respond to the COVID-19 disruption. You’ve set up remote working arrangements for your employees. You’ve closed parts of your business—voluntarily or by edict—to promote social distancing. You’ve communicated with… Full Story
I recommend that a company starts its search for new Tucson office space at least 12 months in advance. This gives you time to truly determine your space needs, look at properties and compare various options.
It also gives you the flexibility to respond to changing … Full Story
As the federal government provides additional rules governing Opportunity Zones, funds and businesses are looking at Tucson O-Zone space for projects and operations.
Tax-saving funds are starting to invest in Tucson Opportunity Zones, or O-Zones, and… Full Story
Relocation guide by Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson details the steps to finding Tucson commercial space to lease.
Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson has published an extensive relocation guide to help business owners find Tucson commercial real estate… Full Story
Protect your investment on building space. Make sure you have the Tucson office lease or retail lease that gives you the most flexibility and control.
Negotiating for a Tucson office lease or retail lease requires attention to many more issues than cost and length… Full Story
Even after you sign that contract for Tucson office space for rent, a tenant rep remains your trusted adviser.
Here at Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson, I live by the idea that I’m your trusted adviser “from search to signing and beyond.”
Tenant representatives… Full Story