Industry Articles

Five Essential Criteria for Analyzing Your Real Estate Investment

I was recently talking with a business owner who had a stock and bond portfolio. She also owned the building where her company was headquartered and recognized the inherent long-term value of real estate and its stability as investment, but really didn’t know ...

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Thriving Through Adversity: Part 2

Culture isn’t just a buzzword. Culture attracts ideal candidates to your organization. Culture retains your top talent. Culture creates a frictionless energy that propels your company forward towards its mission and vision.

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Advantages of Real Estate in Creating a Well-Balanced Portfolio

Investing in real estate can be a scary and uncertain process for many people. There are so many considerations to evaluate and many questions that need to be understood and answered. Although those issues may appear daunting, there are significant advantages in ...

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Thriving Through Adversity: Part 1

The four phases of the business cycle — expansion, peak, contraction (recession), and trough — are only one way to look at the evolution of a business. Contraction and recession are often positioned as something that we endure, but these shifts are inherent to ...

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The Kenwood Community

The Kenwood Community philosophy is based on the fundamental concept that by expanding the Landlord-Tenant relationship beyond its typically known role (Landlord provides space and Tenant pays rent), we can enhance our tenant’s businesses as well as the ...

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Cope Corrales COVID-19 Business Survival Tips

Kenwood Management Company has launched a monthly lunch-and-learn webinar series that offers tips, insights, and helpful content focused on a variety of pertinent topics. Lunch-and-learn webinars have included human resources in the ...

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Investment Perspective — Kenwood's Historical Real Returns vs. S&P 500

Most investors want a high rate of return along with a low level of risk. Stocks (Equities), mutual funds, and real estate are investment vehicles that investors often consider. These options can provide positive long-term returns. However, investing in commercial ...

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The Future of Office Work Environments in a Post-Coronavirus World

“Marty, we’re going back to the future.” I don’t think that when Doc Brown made that memorable and iconic statement in the 1985 movie Back to the Future, the writers could have predicted the coronavirus pandemic 35 years hence. Those words will define some aspects ...

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Coronavirus and Its Impact on Commercial Real Estate Investments

Uncertainty in the economy reminds all investors of the importance of diversifying their investment portfolio. It also represents a time to remember that the landlord-tenant relationship isn’t one-sided. It is a dynamic one where both parties need to work together ...

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The Tenant Improvement Process — From Design to Substantial Completion

When the day finally arrives and you are ready to sign a lease agreement with your landlord, you feel excited to begin a new chapter for your business. Negotiations went well, you are comfortable with the lease terms, and you are ready to celebrate in your new ...

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