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DIY Relocation?

Companies large and small are managing their funds tightly to combat the unknown of this political and economic climate.  So moving yourself is a good idea…right?  Actually not. Most companies move every two to five years so the talent and … Continue reading

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Time to Reread the Lease!

When a company has been in a location for a number of years, factors such as employee turnover and time itself dull the memory of what requirements are in the lease regarding vacating the space the company has outgrown or … Continue reading

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Negotiating a Lease

When originally negotiating a lease, always “future think” so that what is to be is considered.  This location is going to be the companies home for years.  What is the plan for the next five years?  Is the location dynamic … Continue reading

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Asset Liquidation 101

DP Wilder recommends that months (or years) before any company’s anticipated relocation or expansion they begin to “thin” the assets that are no longer being used or that are being stored.  Waiting until the last moment, assuming there is a … Continue reading

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