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Need to move to a new office space? 5 money saving tips below.

scottsdale office space

A new office space requires expenditures of time, money and energy. The last thing you want to do is move again at the end of the lease term because you choose a location that didn’t match your company’s future. Below are 5 simple tips to assurance the right decisions are made upfront. Tip One – Strategic Economics As a company, use strategic goals already defined. Before you consider hiring tenant representation (tenant rep) and searching for office space, jot down your real estate goals based on your business plan. Example one: If your focus is to enhance efficiency and reducing

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14554 E Lupine Drive #9, Scottsdale AZ 85259

Best lot in Hidden Hills! Gated community for security. Unequaled views of the entire Valley. This 1.09 acre property is nestled up against the McDowell Mt. Reserve where no one can build. There are breathtaking City views and indescribable sunsets. Buffered by NAOS land, the buildable square footage of the lot is 100% minus the setbacks. This superlative lot offers the privacy that a homeowner desires when building a custom home, yet its easy access is close to many amenities that North Scottsdale offers. Custom plans are ready for permits from the City of Scottsdale.

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Listing Commissions and Related Issues

Are Commissions Negotiable? In some areas of the country there is a certain percentage that real estate agents expect to earn as a commission.This commission amount is a certain percent of the sales price.Or, some companies will charge a set fee for their services.However, just like anything else in real estate, this amount is negotiable.When completing the listing agreement, you and your agent will agree on the amount of the real estate commission. Cut-Rate Listing Commissions With the advent of the web, a lot of agents are offering “cut-rate” commissions. Most of the time, lower commissions are tied to a

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The Business Cycle and Buying a Home

Recession and Expansion There are times when the economy is brisk and everyone feels confident about his or her prospects for the future. As a result, they spend money. People eat out more, buy new cars, and…. …they buy new homes. Then, for one reason or another, the economy slows down. Companies lay off employees and consumers are more careful about where they spend money, perhaps saving more than usual. As a result, the economy decelerates even further. If it slows enough, we have a recession. During such a time, fewer people are buying homes. Even so, some homeowners find

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