There is no doubt that renting office space is an extremely important business decision. The space you lease will often be your clients’ very first impression of you and your company. It is also where your employees spend the majority of their time. General location decisions take care of the coming and leaving issues, but what about the time you and your employees spend at the office? As a tenant representation firm, one of our challenges for our clients is considering what your experience is going to be once you’re operating your business in a chosen building.
The Little Things Matter
The little things include cleaning the carpet, painting the walls and conducting small repairs before a business moves in, allowing it to start its tenancy with you on the right foot. Big things tend to include a general aura of professionalism, for example, with prompt response rates that make you as a tenant happy.
Ongoing maintenance helps keep your office space in tiptop shape. Makes sure to investigate how often you will receive janitorial services.
Of course, not all property management companies offer the same standard of service. It’s important to go over the list of services a company provides and check their reviews from the other tenants.
The above features and much more enable you to direct your energy into your business, making more money and enjoying your time away from work not wondering when the landlord will fix damage to the entry way of your office; keeping your office in pristine condition and likely end up saving you money and stress in the long run.
Guest Post by our Atlanta Rep. JGRE has been a proud member of Office Finder for 20 years.
If you would like assistance in renting office space and negotiating the best possible deal with all the little things considered, contact us. We have local reps who can help you free of charge throughout the US, Canada and many other locations world wide.