Current Issue

California Real Estate Likely To Slow

Posted January 20, 2018 by Jerri Hemsworth

We’re probably around the peak, so say many in real estate. Low rates and low inventory have made for high prices, but with rates increasing, changes in tax laws, and questionable future scenarios, experts think we’re likely to see a pull back. “Home sales will likely continue to struggle as we enter 2018, slowing the […]

Full Story »

Not Your Father's Office By Sheryl Mazirow
Current Issue

Not Your Father’s Office Space

Posted October 1, 2017 by Sheryl Mazirow

Welcome to the brave, new world of office space in the Los Angeles market. It is comprised of neighborhoods, communities, huddle spaces, hoteling, benching, pathways, and—above all—collaborative space. Oh, and let’s not forget the ability to bring man’s best friend, our beloved dog, to work. Today’s office space landscape is far different than it was […]

Full Story »

Layout 1

How To Save On Your Next Office Lease

Posted May 21, 2012 by Sheryl Mazirow

Landlords lease office space 365 days a year. How often do you? Good information is the first step in obtaining a more favorable lease. Your office says a lot about you and your firm. The city, the building, the space, the furnishings are all a part of your brand, so finding a space that is […]

Full Story »