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Cost Tracking Checklist for Real Estate Owners

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Finances on capital and construction projects are typically pretty complicated. It can takes weeks or even months from when project managers know a cost will be incurred to the time when the accounting team cuts the check. So, it’s critical that a real estate owner’s cost tracking process can track a variety of costs and that it’s diligently maintained.

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5 Problems Good Cost Tracking Can Uncover in Your CRE Projects

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Capital, construction and tenant improvement projects involve numerous evolving and shifting factors, making good cost tracking practices essential to accurately monitor project spend against the budget. But smart property owners and managers know that job financials can also be one of the best places to uncover early warning signs that a CRE project might be in jeopardy.

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CRE Experts' Tips on Controlling the Cost of Tenant Improvements

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Tenant improvement projects are getting a lot of attention even in the early days of 2017. In the article Manhattan Office Owners Pay to Keep Tenants as Demand Falls, Bloomberg News reported, “Manhattan office landlords are facing falling rents and heightened competition, spurring unprecedented spending to accommodate tenants.” Owners in Midtown Manhattan are undertaking broad swaths of projects, including TI projects, not only to stay competitive but also in preparation for refinancing.

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Six Pitfalls of Excel in Commercial Real Estate Cost Tracking

3 minute read

Spreadsheet software Microsoft Excel recently celebrated its 30th birthday, and for the majority of its existence, has been the industry standard in addressing businesses’ statistical, engineering, and financial needs. However, its capabilities remain limited, and the software wasn’t originally designed to perform for today’s tremendous collaboration—an environment in which the commercial real estate and construction industries thrive.

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8 Things Real Estate Investors Should Ask Developers and Operators Before Investing

4 minute read

Let’s face it—not all commercial real estate investments go smoothly. The increased risk usually boils down to three factors which either cause or worsen a bad deal: lack of transparency, poor communication and weak financial and/or project controls.

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