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We saved money with Scott. He fortified our negotiation position and achieved a greater savings. Scott's follow up, attention to detail and strong negotiating skills helped us obtain the most successful transaction possible.All Scripts / Vice President
We were extremely pleased with Scott's insight, promptness and efficiency. He greatly improved our bottom line. We highly recommend him to find and negotiate any office space in long beach.Macksoud & Macksoud, LLP / Partner
Negotiated for me exactly what I wanted. Thank you Scott for taking all the worry, hassle and time out of the lease process.O'Donnell South, Inc. / President
Spearheaded our negotiations, reduced costs, added concessions and space improvements.Vilden Associates / President
Let’s start with the tangibles: It’s not just open & collaborative space with fewer offices, polished concrete, natural light, exposed-duct ceilings, operable windows, new furniture systems and expresso for all. And it’s not just cool team or huddle rooms, stand-up desks, smarter office technology & super-fast internet.
Efficiency, technology, visibility, and flexibility are all elements too, but creative is a way to retain and attract work talent in an increasingly competitive talent pool. It promote employee well-being, and executing a proper workplace strategy represents real business opportunity not just a design challenge. It can deliver a workplace that makes people healthier and improves overall organizational performance.
The reality is that the landlord pays out the same fees regardless if you have your own guy or pick dual-agency. There is no cost savings by not having a tenant-only advisor protect your interest. It’s all about shifting obligations back to the landlord, and with dual-agency, allegiance is to the landlord for income not the tenant. Owners/landlords almost never give tenants bottom line economics until there’s competition. Some tenants mistakenly believe that, by representing themselves, the broker fee will be returned to them in the form of discounted rent. Simply, this is not the case.