November 21, 2019
There are so many things that can get overlooked and fall through the cracks in real estate, and those seemingly small things can balloon into big headaches later.
What often ends up happening is that the tenant is left to their own devices in designing the new space, finding a contractor to build it out, installing low voltage cabling and other IT systems, and planning the relocation. It can get overwhelming quickly, and lead to frustration and stress.
These are 5 things that often get overlooked in real estate:
It doesn’t have to be this way.
We started Transcend with a vision for making real estate seamless.
We have a boots-on-the-ground mentality. We are out in the market every single day gathering information, data and insights on demand velocity and shifting market dynamics, which also gives us encyclopedic knowledge of off-market spaces and other options that can be compelling.
While lease terms are still being negotiated, we partner with trusted architects and general contractors to create an accurate budget that drives more productive discussions about how much tenant improvement allowance is needed to design the perfect workplace.
We work with clients to value engineer their project by proactively trimming costs without compromising quality or important features. And then we stay involved during the entire process by offering comprehensive project management services to make sure the project is completed on time and on budget, and that the space reflects all of the terrific workplace strategies we developed on the front end.
To eliminate technology headaches, we started a sister company, Transcend IT, that designs and installs low voltage cabling, security access, wifi, teleconferencing technology, electronic conference room booking systems and other must-haves that keep employees productive.
When we talk about helping companies create workplaces their employees love, we mean it. And we want to make it as easy and enjoyable as possible. Let’s elevate your workplace. You can reach us here.