The internet has changed our world. From shopping for that favourite t-shirt to ordering the monthly grocery, everything is just a few taps away. But can you find your life partner or your dream home or commercial property on the internet? Just like matrimonial websites, property portals may throw up some attractive options. But you wouldn’t marry someone without meeting them, would you? Why would you then buy a house or lease commercial real estate without actually seeing it?
The risks in finding a match or commercial real estate on the internet are quite similar. Like matrimonial sites, property portals can turn into a landmine of complications. Here is what nobody tells you about online hunts for the ideal commercial real estate. Continue reading “5 things nobody tells you about online hunt for Commercial Real Estate”
A commercial property is more than a venue for your business. It is a mark of your status and reputation in the industry. While a trusted property consultant could facilitate a hassle-free transaction, there are some points you ought to confirm as a tenant. After all, nobody likes to be surprised after investing scores of money, effort and time into deciding the best commercial premises. Here’s a quick checklist to run by before finalizing a property for your commercial venture:
Check for deviations in property:
Ask your landlord for an approved building plan and check for inconsistencies between the building and the plan. Developers may have built additional space after procuring the Occupation Certificate and only a physical verification can reveal deviations from the plan. Continue reading “5 Key points to check before you rent a commercial property”
Gone are the times when offices were boxy and cubicled. Given that the average professional spends a third of their time in office, the space ought to be one that can inspire ideas as well as a space where fun and creativity can co-exist with business and productivity.
Here’s how companies are challenging traditional work ideas and breathing fresh air into their work hours:
Sweeping traditional cubicles and partitions away
If there is one thing that changed ever since the start-up culture took hold of the economy, it is this – no cubicles. The concepts of privacy, hierarchy and cabin-culture have slowly grown outdated with the new influx of millennials in the workforce. Open, airy spaces, unconventional seating setups such as bean-bags and couches, DIY pantries, fresh pastel colours are the new waves of change slowly taking root. Continue reading “Re-design your office into an efficient workspace”