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Q2 2017 Market Summary

The Triangle’s Q2 office market saw strong leasing activity with the addition of 3 new office buildings (Forty540, 2645 Meridian, and 3515 Glenwood) helping to boost inventory and improve the vacancy rate to 13.11%. However, with the sale and leaseback […]

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Location, Location, Location

You’ve probably heard the phrase tons of times, but do you really understand what it means for your business and your bottom line? Chances are, when you were searching for your new home, you probably knew what general area you […]

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Do You Have A Backup Plan?

Every tenant should have a ‘plan B’ in their back pocket when it comes to deciding on new space. Several factors should come into play before implementing, however, having a backup plan can ease tensions in negotiations and may drive […]

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Subleasing Space? What You Should Know.

Has your company won an assignment or project that requires hiring new positions? Are you growing faster than your current space or building can accommodate? Maybe you are being relocated by your Landlord and are not satisfied with the relocation […]

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Estoppels: What are they and what should you do?

As part of the sale or refinancing of an office, industrial, or retail building, tenants will be asked by the Landlord to sign a document known as an estoppel. In fact, most leases require a Tenant to sign an estoppel […]

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Q4 2016 Triangle Market Summary

Office vacancy in the 4th quarter was 14.5%, however office absorption proved steady during the 4th quarter, keeping with the trend of the past 2 years. While total absorption was below the 15 year market average, the 2.1 million square […]

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Does Your Lease Protect You?

Operating Expense Reconciliations & Lease Audits: Does Your Lease Protect You? All commercial real estate leases deal with operating expenses in some way, shape, or form.  In Full Service office leases, the most common form is with a Base Year.  […]

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What Drives Employee Productivity?

In order for companies to attract and retain the talent they want and need, more and more companies are looking at what drives employee productivity. One trend that seems to be increasing is a mixed-use environment, or a campus-like setting. […]

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Real Estate 101: The Do’s and Don’ts

Real Estate 101: The Do’s and Don’ts! Prospective tenants should be aware that what they say and how they act at the outset might greatly impact future negotiations for their lease.  Here are some tips on the dos and don’ts […]

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FAQ’s

Q: What is a Tenant Representative? A: A Tenant Representative is a licensed real estate professional who only represents tenants and buyers of real estate. The advantage of working with a Tenant Representative is that there are no conflicts of […]

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