McKinney Advisory CEO shares insights on client growth, Servant Leadership, and finding your purpose as we enter a new year. Continue reading “3 Ways to be a Purpose-Driven Business in 2017”
If you’re a dog owner, you understand the struggle of leaving your dogs at home for the majority of each workday.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an alternative?
McKinney Advisory Group’s 5th Annual Charity Event is approaching! This event began when Founder & CEO, Damian McKinney, sought a way to both celebrate our successes of the year and give back to the community. The true meaning of this event is marked by the invaluable connections made and the celebration of giving. Continue reading “What is the McKinney Advisory Group Annual Charity Event?”
In the past, many US companies had seen Mexico as a destination for their manufacturing operations. Recently, there has been resurgence of demand to move operations to Mexico in a variety of industries, including, but not limited to, the automotive, aerospace, and pharmaceutical industries. Why? Continue reading “Bilingual Post: What Are the Benefits of Moving Your Business to Mexico?”
With the steady influx of millennials in the workforce, companies must adapt in order to appeal to the evolving employee culture by creating flexible workspaces that increase collaboration and socialization. For commercial real estate advisors, this workplace evolution has created a new challenge: a lack of parking accommodation to the flexible workplace. Continue reading “How Is the New Flexible Workplace Revolutionizing Parking Needs?”
Growing up, my father, an experienced commercial real estate developer, would tell me the three most important things about retail: location, location, location. Now, as a commercial real estate advisor, I know that this is a broad, but true statement. Retailers, here are some considerations to keep in mind when pursuing a new location or market. Continue reading “How Can Retailers Most Effectively Pioneer New Markets?”
Did you know…
…that there are 280,000 people with disabilities in California alone?
Every year that I am able to serve as a Board Member of Noah Homes, I am grateful to be a part of such an important cause: helping to maximize the quality of life for adults with developmental disabilities. Continue reading “How is Noah Homes Helping Adults with Developmental Disabilities?”
Like many other industries, the commercial real estate business is fraught with examples of poor leaders. Many brokers are known for being slick, smart individuals who only look out for themselves. Their appetite for higher and higher commissions is never satisfied. But commissions are short-lived. Commissions force you to focus on the short game. Continue reading “Servant Leadership & Business: What You Need to Know”
Everyone defines “risk” differently. One person’s risk is another’s opportunity. In both business and life, it is important to be comfortable with the risk of the unknown – after all, rewards are oftentimes correlated with taking the risks others are not willing to take. Continue reading “Is Multifamily the Right Investment for You?”
Commercial real estate is about building relationships. The conventional brokerage model focuses on building these relationships by representing both sides of a transaction, assisting both tenants/buyers and landlords/sellers. The tenant representation model uniquely focuses on building relationships with tenants to eliminate conflicts of interest. As a decision-maker for a company, you may want to consider, “Will my broker protect my interests, even if it puts their relationship with the landlord at risk?” The tenant representation model protects companies’ interests more than the conventional model – here’s why. Continue reading “Is Your Broker Exclusive? 3 Things You Need to Know About Tenant Representation”