Turning Values Into Actions

Join us at the Oregon Ethics in Business Dinner on May 23, 2018.

Do the right thing. At Cresa, that’s the principal we are guided by. Our sole mission is to serve occupiers with objective, unbiased, experienced, and conflict-free advice. We are driven by our core values of integrity, partnership, and entrepreneurship. Each of which is embedded in our DNA, and serve as our fiduciary foundation. 

It's easy to get caught up in day-to-day tasks, but we believe it is vital to the success of our organization to occasionally pause and check-in on how exactly those values are being carried out. It's thanks to the Rotary Club of Portland that we were reminded to do just that. The club is currently preparing for their "Oregon Ethics in Business Dinner". We are certain we will be attending and hope you will join us.

Here is a brief look at how our office is putting our values into action: 

Integrity

Our embodiment of integrity shaped our decision to focus on representing occupiers, vs serving occupiers and landlords/developers in dual agency.  In an industry where transparency is still a challenge, we are proud to be the largest occupier-focused firm in the country with a pure fiduciary responsible to one side of the table.  

Partnership

Our foundation of partnership shapes our daily interactions. Our company culture encourages deep partnership and collaboration.  This is further demonstrated in our client engagements, where we often partner with clients in compensation structure and providing pro-bono consulting, among other partnership endeavors.

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is at Cresa’s core and provides the firm with a unique approach to serve clients.  We support entrepreneurship and sponsor start-up organizations, like NewTech PDX and Stages PDX.  While this may not be revenue generating, we believe it’s extremely valuable to support

To show our ongoing support of the Rotary Club of Portland and the countless ethical businesses in our community we are attending and sponsoring the Oregon Ethics in Business Dinner on May 23, 2018. We hope you will join us.

 

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