Re-imagine Your Prospecting with OfficeSpace.com

    It’s been a great first quarter here at OfficeSpace.com! With over 200,000 unique tenants searching every month, we’re on pace to make hundreds of thousands of broker-to-tenant connections this year. As the fastest growing CRE website, OfficeSpace.com is helping thousands of brokers re-imagine their prospecting strategies and connect directly with tenants. Our latest video recaps the … Continue reading

Creating Productive Office Space in 5 Easy Steps

Let the Sunshine In! – Adjusting Light and Temperature These may seem like basic necessities for any office space, but the benefits of maximizing their potential are often overlooked. While people are naturally more enthusiastic when they’re comfortable in their environment, as no employee wants to be stuck in a sweltering, dark space, recent studies … Continue reading

Startups, Get Your Finances in Order Before Leasing Office Space

This post was authored by Nathan Smith, a commercial real estate consultant and owner of Austin Tenant Advisors.    As a startup or new business owner it’s important to be financially prepared before starting the process of looking for and leasing office space. Gathering your financial information and making your startup look financially strong in the eyes of … Continue reading

Broker Banter Q&A – Part II (The Denver Chapter)

This week we have the pleasure of sharing another Q&A for our Broker Banter series, featuring Denver Broker Jason Bollhoefner.  Similar to our previous conversation with Portland broker Kristi Ricker, we connected with Jason to get more insight into some key things that tenants should know before touring potential sites, selecting a space, and negotiating a lease. OfficeSpace: What are some things … Continue reading

Brokers, This Leads For You.

  You may not always be aware your listings are with OfficeSpace.com as your brokerage often utilizes 3rd party marketing groups to maximize your exposure! However, when you receive a lead from us, please take it seriously. Here are a few more details to familiarize you with the way our lead system works.    1. All leads … Continue reading

Broker Banter – Questions & Answers (The Portland Chapter)

We’re the first to admit we don’t always have all the answers when it comes to the fine details of leasing and all the questions that come with it. That’s when we turn to our commercial comrades to aid with the broadening of our knowledge base.  This week we’ve gone straight to the source to … Continue reading

Brokers, Are You Still Walking Through Buildings?

Gone are the days of walking from building to building… Search online, anytime with the latest from OfficeSpace.com as we introduce the prospecting must-have for the commercial real estate industry; The OfficeSpace Tenant Roster. Here’s to finally accessing up to date, reliable and affordable information on buildings and tenants through out the country! Interested in Earning … Continue reading

“Good Fortune Comes to San Diego Commercial Real Estate Community…”

  San Diego, CA Friday November 9, 2012 – Commercial Real Estate’s latest game changer,   OfficeSpace.com, is now officially available in the San Diego market targeting both brokers and tenants. The company’s unique position to be the next generation, all access platform for office space aims to streamline the commercial real estate process.           … Continue reading

Don’t Negotiate Your Lease Before Reading This

Isn’t it cheaper to use the listing broker?  The one whose name is on the sign? Even for savvy business people, this is a myth that we hear over and over.  In order to answer this question, you really need to understand how commercial real estate brokers make money.  The landlord pays commission for both … Continue reading

‘Little Showcase of Horrors’ – More Historic Portland

A few weeks ago we posted a blog post with a few of our favorite buildings in Portland. We thought it was fun so here are some more beautiful buildings that our photographers have taken shots of. New Market Theater Block   Built in 1872, this Old Town building’s name comes from the fact that … Continue reading