When it comes down to it, you could probably make a burger yourself. But you’re willing to pay a premium: a small markup for convenience if you find you’re suddenly ravenous while out running errands, a bigger markup for an experience to wow your date. If you’re having a restaurant built, on the other hand, that’s an expert job you likely can’t perform alone.
How to Get a Good Deal Done
The overall deal will mimic the lob-sided focus of its constituents, but you and your team can reach a common ground and prevent bad decisions if you start the negotiation process with full awareness in key areas.
Putting the Value in Evaluation
You deserve to have as much information as possible before you purchase, sell, or lease your commercial property in Southern California, but gaining access to that knowledge can turn out to be more challenging than you might think. Get the tools you need to negotiate a lease or sale, along with complete confidence in your commercial space selection.
Construction Existentialism: Why Must it Cost So Much (for So Little)?
The common perception among buyers embarking on a construction project is: “Why does it cost so much more than I expected?” If you’ve asked yourself this, whether or not you were star-gazing at the time, you’re not alone in the universe.