How do you define a good deal?
Value can be defined in many ways – cost, location, productivity, image, access, efficiency, flexibility. No two organizations define it the same, nor should they. To make the right decisions for your organization, you need to see, and understand, all of your real estate options and their financial implications over the life of your lease or acquisition. Only then will your unique definition of value be clear. You need a long-term strategic real estate plan.
Working with West, Lane & Schlager, your plan will be comprehensive in scope and detailed in nature, setting forth options you hadn’t even thought of at the outset. Beyond the obvious financial “market” benchmarks, specific client benchmarks such as corporate fiscal year, cost per employee, rent-to-revenue ratio, and peer/industry comparisons will be incorporated into the plan. This model assures you transparency and accountability in the future.
Because a short-term fix is good, but a long-term solution is better.