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March 23, 2018Lynn Drake
I can’t help but peek when I see new spaces being built out in the building that houses the Compass staff. Not long ago we watched in awe as one of the spaces was built out. A stunning kitchen area with a massive Island was built,along with a huge conference ...
March 21, 2018Lynn Drake
Every city in the USA has zoning codes, which outline how a space can be used. One simple example is doctors, who often think they can lease space in any office building. However most medical buildings have additional parking requirements to accommodate their staff and clients. Therefore, traditional office buildings ...
March 19, 2018Lynn Drake
A listings agent’s job is to sell/lease you the space. They often exaggerate and tell the tenant the landlord will do anything to get them as a tenant. These are often verbal discussions and none of it makes it into the lease. The tenant is then mad at the owner ...
March 15, 2018Lynn Drake
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March 9, 2018Lynn Drake
When I opened Compass Commercial in 2010, my goal was to provide a safe space for women and minorities to work. I joined ITRA Global because it is unusual to find women in Commercial Real Estate, much less to find them owning the business. I remember taking Marilyn Nix, from Real ...
March 8, 2018Lynn Drake
The representation of opposing principals (buyer and seller) at the same time. In brokerage, many states get around this by saying that the agent aids the buyer but is the agent of the seller only. Michigan law states that if a brokerage firm has a listing, the rights of that landlord ...
March 7, 2018Lynn Drake