One of the biggest issues for property and facility managers and owners is finding good, skilled people to maintain their property. The condition of your property depends on the quality of your repair and maintenance team, but industry-wide staff shortages...
Teams are ready to return to the office to reclaim an experience that’s impossible with remote work: in-person collaboration. Owners and property managers of commercial buildings can lean into this opportunity by providing welcoming and well-maintained spaces for people to...
In a world of changing guidelines and recommendations, routine maintenance practices continue to be a top priority for well-managed properties. When owners and managers stay on top of repairs and keep up the building's condition, asset valuation can be maintained...
Repair and maintenance may not be the most exciting topic of conversation for property owners and managers, but it’s critical work that keeps your building safe and looking great. Especially now that people are re-entering buildings that have been closed...
Something we've been hearing in a lot of conversations lately is "I can't wait to get back to the office." Even on a reduced schedule, people are eager to return to the office where they can see and interact with...
When times are busy, it’s easy to let repair and maintenance projects slip by - let the paint fade, the carpet wear, the utilities run, and the fixtures age. This unique time of lower occupancy and foot traffic throughout buildings...
Commercial property owners and managers should understand that, although technology has given many companies the ability to work remotely, office buildings and other commercial spaces will always be an important place to do business. In a recent article, Zoom CEO...
https://vimeo.com/432993078/947f2e8aec There are many strategies that real estate owners, operators, and property managers use to maintain the value of the properties. Hear from a CEO of a non-profit residential community, a principal from a full-service global real estate company, and...
A common sentiment among property managers and owners is that there is “too much to do and not enough time to do it”. They are in a unique—and uniquely stressful—position as the “go-to” person who takes care of all...