The ITRA Global Spring 2017 Conference was held April 7 -9 in Atlanta, Georgia USA, at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental Hotel Buckhead. The event was attended by ITRA Global corporate real estate executives and guests from around the world. The conference began with a Networking Luncheon, where ITRA Global welcomed guests from Beijing, China and London, England. In addition to ITRA Global presented sessions, the three day conference included special guest speaker LinkedIn expert and branding coach, Gregg Burkhalter, better known as “The LinkedIn Guy”, and Joseph Narkin, Director of Business Development of Demand, who led a session on perfecting […]
In an awards ceremony at the ITRA Global Fall 2016 conference in Denver, Mark C. Rosen was presented with the ITRA Global Exemplary Service Award for his strong commitment to that organization’s Global Locations Committee.
Carrie Holstead, Chairman Emeritus of ITRA Global and Founder, President and CEO of Carrie S. Holstead Real Estate Consultants, Inc./ ITRA Global will lead a global webinar hosted by IFMA’s Corporate Facilities Council on April 5 at noon EDT. IFMA is an acronym for International Facility Management Association. Attendees will learn how to protect their company against overpaying operating and tax expense reconciliation invoices, including what to scrutinize, how to resolve mistakes, and when their company is most vulnerable. “This is a very timely topic given that tenants typically receive their operating and tax expense reconciliation invoice at about this […]
In honor of International Women’s Day, ITRA Global is proud to celebrate the amazing women who have played such a crucial part in leading ITRA Global to become the progressive, vibrant and successful organization it is today. 27% of ITRA Global offices are woman-owned. 3 have served as ITRA Global Chairman of the Board. 3 were selected by Real Estate Forum as “Women of Influence”, with one designated an “Industry Legend”.
Over the years, our company has identified the top five lease issues that every tenant must balance to minimize cost expenditures and maximize bottom-line profits. They are cited below in order of importance:
Here are the top reasons why that might be the case:
A lot of tenants, including Fortune 500 companies and large national firms, often end up swallowing a bad deal. Here’s how to avoid falling into a trap.
When it comes to determining conflicts of interest, how the real estate agents in a lease transaction are paid is critical.
You will soon receive an invoice for operating and tax expense pass throughs which will increase your occupancy cost. Do you know the eight things to look for to assure you are not among the tenants overpaying?