The Responsibilities of Property Management

Owning real estate is one thing, managing it is another thing altogether. Owners often don’t have the time, aptitude or the resources to successfully manage their own property, especially if the property is large or there are multiple properties. Improper management can lead to loss of revenue and asset deterioration, which can lead to costly repairs. Selecting a skilled property manager to oversee your building can reduce your day-to-day responsibilities and involvement with your property, leaving you to focus on the bigger picture issues. 


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Post-Pandemic Office Space

The traditional office isn’t going anywhere.

In the earlier stages of the pandemic, there was a real concern that everyone’s love affair with the work from home concept was going to devastate the commercial real estate market. Well, that love affair has been supplanted by Zoom fatigue and flagging productivity rates, and the reality is more that while the post-pandemic workplace is going to look different in some significant ways, the office will still be around, just with some alterations to better meet needs that were identified during Covid.


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A New Life in Commercial Real Estate - Adaptive Reuse

Adaptive reuse is a relatively new trend in real estate that has begun to boom in recent years. It is the process of renovating a building and giving it a new purpose. We have seen quite a few adaptive reuse projects popping up in Tampa, FL over the past decade.

Written by: Sydney Kania, Ciminelli Real Estate Services of Florida


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Choosing the Right Property Management or Leasing Firm

Choosing the right property manager or leasing agent can have a dramatic impact on the performance of an investment. Property managers perform a wide array of critical functions including providing services to tenants, reporting to the owner, maintaining the asset, and collecting and disbursing funds.


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