For many of the Washington region’s associations and non-profit organizations, and businesses in virtually every other industry, real estate occupancy and rental costs typically are found near the top of their expense lines, right below employee salaries and benefits. Knowing that, there are a number of key points that tenants should keep in mind to ensure that they are using their offices in ways that increase revenue and productivity, while also lowering risk and p
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