After payroll and labor costs, real estate is typically your second-highest business expense. With the rise of remote and hybrid work, you might be tempted to lower operating costs by reducing your office space. But that drastic approach can impact workplace culture, collaboration, and engagement – all key contributors to business results.
So, what’s the most cost-effective way to balance the need for office space with the pressure to reduce expenses? The answer may be hiding in your lease agreements.
When every dollar counts, a lease audit can ensure your leases are working for you – not against you. In this white paper, you’ll learn where lease overpayments come from, why they cost you money, and how external lease auditing experts uncover hidden costs, unlock more value, and help you stop giving away your hard-earned revenue so you can better position your business for the future.
Learn more about lease administration services from MRI.