Financial Services

If you’re in financial services, you’re likely at a critical juncture in your journey to build your presence, global or local. Continue expanding in thriving urban areas or look for new territories to explore — that’s the question.

Win the long game.

More financial services companies are evaluating real estate decisions to ensure that they remain competitive in global markets. Whether you are looking to expand in Hong Kong or Nashville, great minds are ready to come together and build your business in smart and innovative ways that challenge traditional methods of development.

We provide consultative services and global portfolio solutions that consider both the local details and bigger picture influencing your industry. Our team embodies mature, proven expertise in your space, partnering with clients to balance their real estate portfolio by finding spaces to occupy that are cost-effective and strategically located. Because we partner exclusively with occupiers, our recommendations are always in your best interest. Whether you’re looking to expand or relocate, Cresa stands by your side, every step of the way, to ensure a seamless, objective process. 

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orpik blog
Blog
August 24, 2020

How to Have Success in a Post-COVID Market

As companies look for guidance on how to take advantage of a softening market, there are a few things that can help lead to better outcomes. While some may seem basic, putting these ideas into practice is a key indicator of successful results.
2020 Global Occupier's Guide
Market-Research
August 19, 2020

2020 Global Occupier's Guide

As global companies realize the importance of having a unified approach to their real estate demands, the need to understand local market practices and business traditions is greater than ever.
Jim Underhill
News
August 9, 2020

Four questions to ask before going back to the office

Jim Underhill arguing that people are not going back—at least, not to the office life we had, with hundreds or thousands of employees showing up at the same building every day, often to be squeezed into a densely packed, open-plan office. “Call it a de-consolidation of space, rather than having everyone come into one massive office in the cities, though they will remain the hub,” he told Quartz.