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5 Things to Consider When Choosing Your New Office

Posted by Ann Salas on July 13, 2016
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5thingsA new office location is a huge investment, so you want to make the most educated and informed choice to ensure the success of your business. There are several things to consider when choosing a new location including:

1. Look beyond the financial costs

While this can be a major factor in your decision, it shouldn’t be the only one. You should take into consideration how your potential new location will affect other areas of your business plan as well.

2. Attract and retain high quality talent

There’s nothing worse than having unhappy employees due to the space they work in. It’s important to estimate the proper amount needed to accommodate your employees and maintain positive morale.

3. Make the best first impressions

Having a location that exudes the statement you are trying to make is an imperative part of earning loyalty among your clients. Knowing the building’s condition, any underlying issues and how well the property manager handles unexpected situations is essential.

4. Allow room for future growth and expansion

With the help of clear and precise business objectives guiding you, your direction should be clear. By choosing just the right location, you can satisfy your current needs while allowing for prudent growth in the future.

5. Get a head start on future opportunities

By working with an experienced commercial real estate agent, you can search beyond real estate opportunities that are readily available in the market. With their in-depth knowledge, they can identify great opportunities that could be available in the near future.

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