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Retail Property

Small strip centers generally range from five to ten tenants and cover 6,000 to 15,000 sq. ft. Many large grocery chains initiate these as brand anchor stores with 10-20 smaller shop-space tenants. CSSD Colorado have resources available to help you evaluate the property for length of existing leases, financial strength of the tenants, age, and condition of the property and risk exposure.

Farms and Ranches

Farm and ranch properties have agricultural acreage used primarily for food-product production (including cattle and dairy, crops, hay, alfalfa, etc). Farm and ranch properties present a wide variety of options-whether you are looking to buy, lease, or invest in an agricultural enterprise. CSSD Colorado Commercial Professionals can provide assistance to help locate the property that aligns with your resources and location requirements.

Hotels and Motels

Hotels and Motels can be an interesting opportunity-whether you are looking to buy, lease, or invest. Properties may be utilized for income, tax relief, and appreciation. You should consult with your tax/financial advisor about specific tax and financial advice.

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How to Hire a Recruitment Agency

You only have one week to recruit for a real estate agent position and you have received 1000 applications on job portals. The manager’s agenda is announced loaded with business meetings, profile events, views and you would give anything so that you have 10 good candidates at the interview, to choose from. Leave everything to a recruitment agency that helps you save time, money, energy and gives you access to its contacts with the best professionals on the job market! How do I choose a recruitment agency?
  • Word of mouth – Ask friends, colleagues, business partners what recruitment agency they work with and what references they can provide about it.
  • Online Search – Search for recruitment agencies / recruitment firms / executive search firms on search engines. The first page with results is also the most reliable: here you will find important agencies with experience in recruiting for large companies that also have SEO optimized sites, are customer-oriented, offer a pleasant and easy browsing experience, as well as a business image – these are references about the professionalism and seriousness that characterizes them when you use their services.
  • Social Media – Search for recruitment agencies on professional and social networks such as: Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram and analyze their profiles: Does it look professional? Is it updated? Does the agency recruit for the type of job you have available?
  • Online Media – Another way to find a recruitment agency is to read online career magazines and profile sites that feature lists of recruitment agencies, as well as statements from HR managers. Thus, you get an impression about the most visible agencies and their degree of expertise.
  • Phone – Once you’ve found an agency that fits your professional needs, ask for more details on the phone and analyze how the phone call goes. Does it take place in a professional and friendly tone or it rather seems hurried and without consideration? These are important signals. Also consider the attitude after the conversation: does the agency send you an e-mail with a presentation and an offer? If everything goes professionally and quickly, it is worth choosing it to represent you.
recruitment agencies The benefits of hiring a recruitment agency
  • The recruitment agency takes over the whole process of organizing the recruitment (identifying project requirements / defining job profile; establishing candidate search strategy / activating their attraction channels; creating preliminary/ long lists; supporting interviews; creating shortlist of candidates; presenting profiles, scheduling direct interviews with the employer, feedback interviews, follow up for the integration of the candidate.
  • It offers you valuable candidates, the agency having contacts and experience in recruiting them.
  • Time management – reduces your interview time by matching candidates` skills with employers and allows you to focus on the candidates that best fit your job requirements.
  • It offers a system of significant cost reduction than if you personally handled all the applications.
  • Consultancy and expertise relevant to the market
  • You can also get valuable labor law tips as well as different candidate evaluation tools

Do Property Management Companies Serve Both Residential and Commercial Interests?

rental property management Denver Residential and commercial buildings serve completely different purposes, but in terms of building management, they are not very different: they both consist of walls, they both have floors, windows, they both use running water and electricity, to mention just a few common physical features. Both types of properties are served by property management companies – here is what the process involves with either building type. The Types of Tenants The property management firms that handle residential buildings need to deal with individual occupants, while the companies that provide building management services to the owners of commercial properties need to handle a wide range of different types of tenants, including shops, stores, restaurants, service provider offices with various profiles and so on. Each type of commercial tenant configures their rented space based on different criteria, therefore the requests they approach property management companies with are very different, too. The Tasks Involved The activities and services that residential property managers are required to perform consist mainly of rent collection and maintenance and repair tasks related to the property, often based on a schedule. This means that the property manager or the employees of the property management company visit the properties in their care when they need to, but in most cases, they do not spend time there continuously. Commercial properties are usually more complex, especially in the case of facilities that are very large, such as office buildings or shopping malls. While the tasks to be handled are essentially the same – collecting the payments from the tenants and handling the maintenance and repair tasks to preserve the building in good working condition –, the scale of the tasks is different and often require the continuous presence of a building manager as well as of repair and maintenance team on site. Handling Tenant Payments The companies that handle residential properties as well as the firms that work with commercial clients need to have extensive and detailed knowledge of the legal and financial aspects of collecting money from the tenants. While in the case of residential properties, the payments required of the tenants mainly consists of the rent and the utility bills, commercial tenants are usually required to pay not only their rent and overheads, but other cost categories, such as various taxes, maintenance fees for the space they rent as well as for various common spaces (such as the staircase and the elevator in the case of a shopping center) and insurance premiums. The property management companies in charge of commercial facilities need to know exactly how these complex commercial payment structures work, they need to follow whether the payment deadlines and terms are respected by the tenants and they need to be familiar with the methods of collecting payments. Knowledge of Building Codes The most qualified rental property management Denver firms also need to possess the right type of knowledge of the legislation applicable to keeping the buildings in their care up to code. The applicable codes are different for residential and for commercial properties and they might change frequently, therefore property managers, whether engaged in managing residential or commercial properties, need to stay up to date with any legislative changes.