Washington DC

A Timeless Commercial Real Estate Question: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Many tenants only look at their face rental rate when evaluating whether or not they have a "good deal," but that's simply the "tip of the iceberg." Read More
Legislation Raises New Concern about Conflicts of Interest in Commercial Real Estate
It’s an age-old maxim: Brokers who represent both tenants and landlords are not totally objective. Why? Because in dual-agency arrangements, common with today’s giant traditional full service real estate firms, the broker has an obligation to bring […] Read More
Putting People's Health at the Center of Design
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) has been an important certification program. But while LEED focuses primarily on the building, the WELL Building Standard places people’s health and well-being at the center of design. Read More
Winter Has Arrived; OpEx Reconciliations Up Next
Not long after office tenants have entered a new calendar year, an inconspicuous but impactful real estate expense statement is issued to tenants from their property managers. Read More
Thank You, Veterans
By Winters Heafey, Co-founder of Real Estate Careers for Armed Forces (REC4AF) When I woke up this morning, I reached over to turn off my alarm and saw I had a few texts. They all said happy Veteran’s Day, thank you for what you did. I have an […] Read More