Valuing Your Business

Valuing Your Business

EXCLUSIVE: NAI Business Series with Alf Sanderson*, VP Business Advisory How much is my business worth? What is it worth? Before you approach potential buyers or investors, you need to have an idea of the value of your business. Prospective buyers will also assess its value when they consider your proposal. Buyers and sellers will […]

Closing the Transaction

Closing the Transaction

EXCLUSIVE: NAI Business Series with Alf Sanderson*, VP Business Advisory Meeting Conditions of Sale After buyer and seller have entered into a Letter of Intent, there may be several conditions to be met before the sale may be closed. Such conditions often address issues like assignment of the lease, verification of financial statements, transfer of […]

Restoration Clauses: One last kick in the teeth

Restoration Clauses: One last kick in the teeth

When a commercial lease ends, many tenants see an opportunity to relocate to better premises – larger, cheaper, fancier, more conveniently located, etc. Often, the tenant expects that they will return the premises to the Landlord empty, clean, and in good condition, normal wear and tear excepted. Unfortunately, many tenants are faced with the costly […]

Why Working Capital cash forms part of a Business Sale

Why Working Capital cash forms part of a Business Sale

EXCLUSIVE: NAI Business Series with Alf Sanderson*, VP Business Advisory Why Working Capital cash forms part of a Business Sale Selling a business implies that the business is being sold as a going concern.  Businesses that are a going concern must have sufficient working capital and liquidity.  Working capital pays for short-term obligations such as […]

Townhomes, the missing middle?

Townhomes, the missing middle?

By Brandon Harding, Vice President, Multi-Family & Land Development The world is experiencing some remarkable shifts this year. One of these significant transformations is the development and implementation of technology to allow a large portion of the workforce to work from home. Every generation has adopted productivity and connectivity apps as the world adapts to a […]

The Five Stages of Subleasing Commercial Premises

The Five Stages of Subleasing Commercial Premises

There are times in your business cycle when things shift. These shifts can happen for many reasons, a pandemic, an economic downturn, an economic upturn, competition, health, a merger, retirement, etc. We work with clients who need to grow unexpectedly and clients who could downsize and reduce costs. Perhaps your firm is somewhere in between, […]