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Bilingual Post: What Are the Benefits of Moving Your Business to Mexico?

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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?”

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How Is the New Flexible Workplace Revolutionizing Parking Needs?

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?”

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Is Your Broker Exclusive? 3 Things You Need to Know About Tenant Representation

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”

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The Power of Government Incentives

Every region has a distinct competitive advantage. San Diego, for example, is best known as one of the best cities to live in. The weather, the beach, and the lifestyle are attractive attributes of our region that make businesses want to establish a footprint here. The question then becomes, “What must a city or a state do in order to attract companies to either relocate or expand in their market?” Continue reading “The Power of Government Incentives”