A "Grande" Idea For Real Estate Brokers and Managers
You undoubtedly know that it takes a great deal of time, money and energy to maintain a single office, much less multiple offices. But having an office in the city that clients wish to transact in can help with attract sellers and buyers, and, helps with agent retention and recruitment. I wrestled with these things too while owning and managing offices in California during my 40 years brokerage career.
Here I would like to provide a "30,000 foot view" of an solution that might give you some of the benefits of a Casa Grande office, but at a fraction of the cost. This could work out well for you long-run, but offers sufficient flexibility to allow you to grow into your own space elsewhere. open your own office here. I expect to have the final details that include artist renderings in August, and am not asking for commitments until the final details are available. We would expect to open the space no later than January 1, 2023.
There is far more detail on the center, and other businesses within the center,
There will be a maximum of 4 companies sharing. but only with the broker-manager's permission. The projected cost monthly is $1,000. There will be a maximum of 4 companies sharing. The sign on the building and the monument will read "REAL ESTATE. Unlike Executive Suites, you have the entire 1,491 square feet of office space to use on a shared basis with other firms, no part of the office is considered exclusive. It will be fully furnished and decorated. It is anticipated that there will be a reception area, 2 conference rooms, an ADA bathroom , or two if required by the city), and several cubicles. There is room for signs and other storage in the rear of the office, out-of-view of visitors.
Remote access to security cameras for the interior of the space will be given to participating brokers and their agents. Certain guidelines on the sharing of the space will be part of the agreement.