We found Ezra to be an uncompromising advocate for NASW’s interest. The final terms of the agreement exceeded our initial expectation. The favorable impact of the transaction was significant and helps ensure that NASW can continue to provide quality programs and services to our members.
Category Archives: sublease
Subleasing space from another tenant (instead of directly from a landlord) can be a cost-saving way to satisfy your facility needs, but if you skirt the tenant representation process, the costs of subleasing could outweigh the benefits. Here are just … Continue reading
Commercial real estate is a process–one that business owners need to understand in order to avoid undue risks and excessive costs. On September 15th, I presented to the Mason Enterprise Center at George Mason University’s Prince William campus on how … Continue reading
Your facility doesn’t fit well anymore. You had to cut back and now have additional space. Perhaps the actual layout isn’t working, or maybe the location isn’t ideal. Subleasing is a long shot; the market is too weak. Your landlord … Continue reading
Your landlord just left you a message—your lease is up soon.It’s the last thing on your mind. You don’t know what your business is going to look like over the next couple of years and the last thing you want … Continue reading
How do you know if your landlord is in trouble and what can you do about it? In 2006, I wrote an article for the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Business to Government Committee entitled “Interpreting Market Trends.” Below was my … Continue reading