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How to root out "invisible" real estate costs lurking in your portfolio

How do you determine if a real estate firm is a great fit for your Company?

Understanding Lease Audits and who would benefit from them

Getting the most out of your real estate broker

As the adage goes, “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time”.

Case Studies

WestPoint Home (formerly WestPoint Stevens), a manufacturer of bed linens, bath towels and other home soft goods.

Avon Products, Inc., a $10+ billion global manufacturer and marketer of cosmetics, fragrances, toiletries, jewelry, apparel and home furnishings.

EmployBridge, a national employment services company with a portfolio of complementary brands, including ProLogistix, ProDrivers, ResourceMFG, Resource Accounting, Personnel One, and Staffing Solutions.

WestPoint Home, a $1.7 billion maker of bed linens and home soft goods.

Spherion, a $2 billion recruiting and staffing company providing temporary, temp-to–hire and direct-hire help, in addition to professional and executive recruitment, to a variety of fields including Accounting/Finance, Human Resources, Engineering, Legal and Technology.


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Consolidate local service contracts into a national or regional arrangement to reduce costs.
One way to make restructuring a business segment easier is to make leases co-terminus.
You can reduce occupancy costs by introducing more flex space. Using flex space will decrease the number of permanently assigned offices or workstations, decreasing the average space used per employee.
You want to stay in the leased locations that perform well - and cut loose the ones that don't. But what about those in the middle? For those, you want options.
Now – as in right now – is the time to leverage the current economic crisis to generate more value out of your leased property locations.