Canada Day is behind us and the summer is in full swing, as are the updates and improvements to Spacelist! This week’s updates include two new exciting partners, Piinpoint and Rentsync, as well as a highlight on our Teams feature.
Happy summer, everyone! It’s been a couple weeks since the last update, but don’t worry, we’ve been very busy working on improved search tools to better assist with the more advanced needs of real estate professionals.
Spacelist is excited to announce a partnership with Domum Link which will enable Domum Link’s clients to syndicate their commercial property listings to Spacelist’s monthly user base of over 75,000 prospective tenants.
This is the first of many updates that we’re planning to post highlighting the latest news, features, and updates on Spacelist that are helpful to you, the real estate professional. Multiple Property Types We’ve updated our listing editor to allow you to add up to 3 property types for an individual listing. For properties that […]
Before you open the doors it is important to perform a final inspection of the space and bring any deficiencies to the attention of the landlord. Make sure your insurance is in place and you have your occupancy and business licenses.
This part is typically called the space build out or tenant improvements. Several different parties may be involved in this stage including your space planner, your general contractor, their sub-trades as well as the landlord’s contractors.
The documentation of your mutual understanding of the transaction comes after you have negotiated the transaction. While I am not a lawyer, and am not about to offer legal advice, there is a concept in law that applies to contracts.
Entire books and courses can be written about this step alone. I know, because I have written them and teach them. However, this will give you a brief overview of some of the key negotiating points I think are important.
Many business owners start at this space viewing step foregoing all six steps that comes before it. I hope you now see the wisdom and reasons for conducting those other steps first.
Before we discuss the need to analyze the landlord, we should pause and recap the process of finding space. In Step 4 we looked at the market where we want to locate.