Sunday, 19 of November of 2017

Commercial Properties

Successful development often requires multiple abilities: the vision to see the best use for a property, assembling investors to raise needed capital and working closely with the city to remove zoning limitations, engaging the right architect and contractor, and applying strong marketing skills.

By enhancing a building’s infrastructure and introducing first-rate design, owners can retain tenants more effectively while increasing the value of their holdings for the long-term.

Renovations can range from exterior refurbishments, such as new facades and improved access, to a ground-up redesign of interior systems and finishes. While the extent of renovation needs vary from building to building, it is important that each and every phase of a renovation is guided by the overall goal of pleasing existing tenants and attracting new ones. Understanding the motivation of the investors, these pleasing transitions are the driving focus of HomeWork.

The many physical and aesthetic improvements driven by this redesign of an existing structure can attract an entirely new tenant base that includes professional service firms in the financial, legal, advertising and technology sectors. The building’s new amenities will also keep the property competitive, and existing tenants will be less likely to move upon lease completion.

As long as the economy continues to waver, the commercial real estate industry may be forced to adapt to a variety of challenges. Through renovations, owners can maximize the competitiveness of their   proper ties while positioning them for maximum returns in robust times.

HomeWork has the skills and the professionals in place to help make an investors ideas and visions become a reality.

In the investment world, there is no such thing as too much HomeWork.

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