Tag: Commerical Real Estate



Happy New Year!

Compass Commercial wishes you and your family a Happy New Year!
December 21, 2018Lynn Drake


Image from The Art of Custom Framing website Just because a building started out as one thing doesn't mean it has to stay that way.That was my thought, in 2016, when I came across a former racquet ball court building in Troy, Michigan, while researching new space for my art gallery ... Read More
November 13, 2017Lynn Drake



Buying a Building Part 2

Buying a commercial building for your business is a big step, with many aspects to the process. PART ONE explained the criteria you need to set before you begin looking to buy a commercial building for your business. Today’s post will focus on choosing your location, what you need to know ... Read More
November 7, 2017Lynn Drake


Looking for commercial space to lease or buy? Want a list of questions to ask before you hire a real estate agent? Click This Image
November 3, 2017Lynn Drake



Are You Trapped

  Think you are trapped in a lease that doesn’t work for your company?Think Again! Compass Commercial, ITRA Global will save time and money on your next office or industrial renewal or relocation. Contact us Today!
October 30, 2017Lynn Drake


See the Amazing Results Compass Managed for a Non-Profit! The Challenge: The Girl Scouts had a long-term lease at the Fisher building in Detroit, Michigan. Their rent was significantly over market and they had more square footage then they needed. They also faced many issues as a building tenant, including:  Bankruptcy of ... Read More
May 3, 2017Lynn Drake


Last month there was a blog asking which areas were growing across the US. With all sincerity I responded that Detroit was a growth market. The person who posted the question asked me how many construction sites I saw in this area. I could tell he thought I was pulling ... Read More
December 4, 2013Lynn Drake


If you’ve ever worked with a tenant representative broker, you may have wondered to yourself: why do we ask so many questions? We always use a Request for Proposal (RFP) when comparing spaces for our clients. Many landlords and their representatives would prefer to and choose to skip this part. ... Read More
October 7, 2013Lynn Drake