Commercial real estate faced considerable headwinds in 2020 especially within the hospitality and retail sectors. While industrial continued to do well, office remained in a holding pattern with many companies taking a wait-and-see approach while the pandemic continues.
With summer in full swing, being outside and enjoying the weather is a top priority. For office workers, it’s a source of disappointment and yearning. A common complaint of corporate employees is working through summer days –locked inside while the sun is shining in all its glory! After all, spending time outdoors and in the sun has been proven to boost our mood, making us happier, more productive, and healthier.
Making the decision to sell, buy, or lease real estate is daunting enough when considering a change of location for your home. But thinking about relocating your business probably fills you with dread. Workforce is a top reason for relocation, but other reasons include reaching a new market, upgrading facilities or equipment, decreasing costs or …
I’m a millennial, though just barely, but I have also been working at RESOURCE on the Office Services Team for over ten years now, and I have seen huge changes in the world of office space in response to the ups and downs of the economic climate these past ten years. The availability of money affected things.