Best Practices for Data-Governance in Commercial Real Estate

Commercial real estate firms should not only depend on the common practice of managing their database, but also it’s crucial for them to adopt a data-governance program to ensure security and efficiency of information. Every company needs enough information to operate properly. In fact, it is one of the most important aspects of a business … Continue reading “Best Practices for Data-Governance in Commercial Real Estate”

How to Find True Love in 500 Sq Ft or Less

Your pet project is finally catching some wind in its sails. You and your team have gotten to market, generated some revenue and are ready to expand the team – it’s time to get your own office space. Getting your first office is a huge milestone for any company – it’s a place for structure, … Continue reading “How to Find True Love in 500 Sq Ft or Less”

Tenant Spotlight: Statistical Vision, LLC

As one of our newest tenants at Republic Square I (Houston), Statistical Vision, LLC is a consultant business that has developed a unique and innovative method to help businesses understand their data in a clear and concise way. The co-founders of Statistical Vision, Dirk Van Slyke and Michael Griebe, aim to give their clients the ability … Continue reading “Tenant Spotlight: Statistical Vision, LLC”

Working Towards Fitness: WalkStations, Adjustable Desks, Balance Stools, & Desk Exercises That Will Keep You Moving at Work

Employers have also found ways to incorporate health and wellness into office plans, offering ping-pong tables, nap rooms, meditation rooms, and for some larger companies, even on-site medical clinics. One of the amenities that has most rapidly evolved as a response to the health risks associated with sitting all day is the actual office chair, … Continue reading “Working Towards Fitness: WalkStations, Adjustable Desks, Balance Stools, & Desk Exercises That Will Keep You Moving at Work”

5 Tips for Property Managers to Develop and Keep Long Term Tenants

Tenants rely on their property managers and landlords to help address operational and building issues. Keeping a tenant satisfied will generally result in reduced turnover and increased referrals. How can you tell if you have a happy tenant? Happy tenants give reviews like this.   So how can you become a great property manager and … Continue reading “5 Tips for Property Managers to Develop and Keep Long Term Tenants”

How to Lose a Client in 10 Days

For many businesses, maintaining a good client relationship is crucial. Unfortunately, there are many things that can cause the loss of a client. If you’re not careful, a client can be lost in as much as 10 days! Watch out for these 10 mistakes that can sour any relationship with a potential customer. 1. Slow to respond It goes without saying … Continue reading “How to Lose a Client in 10 Days”

Four Types of Learners – Which Group are You In?

When it comes to learning and interpreting new information, understanding your unique learning style is your golden ticket to streamlining the way you process and make sense of new information. The fact is that we all have different brains, and we’re all good at different things. Do you remember being in school, taking notes on … Continue reading “Four Types of Learners – Which Group are You In?”

Where the Wild Things Are: A Look into the Progressively Unique Commercial Office Spaces

Commercial office spaces has seen huge changes in recent years and the changes look like they are set to continue. Businesses need to follow and adapt to any trends within their chosen market and the ever-changing demands of their client base: so it is, too, with the spaces it all happens in. By examining emerging trends, progress … Continue reading “Where the Wild Things Are: A Look into the Progressively Unique Commercial Office Spaces”

Preparing to Sign A Lease, What Can Be Negotiated?

Signing a lease agreement for your new office space can bring about an exciting feeling! However, preparing to sign a commercial lease requires that you read the agreement as carefully as possible so that you can negotiate what is most important to you. When you begin negotiations, it’s crucial to focus on one or two aspects that … Continue reading “Preparing to Sign A Lease, What Can Be Negotiated?”

Startup Survival Guide Part 3

You’ve done the research on your startup idea and you’ve figured out all the necessary details to set up shop. Our final part in our Startup Survival Guide series will go over strategies for long-term success. These tips will help your business stay successful in the long run. Staying Informed & Connected In today’s information age, it should be … Continue reading “Startup Survival Guide Part 3”