Read the plan commercial real estate firm JLL used to reopen offices

  • There are a lot of things to consider before reopening your office. 
  • Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), a commercial real estate company, shared a slide deck that the company used to reopen nearly 140 North American offices and over 200 international offices across Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. 
  • Ray Hall, the HR head at JLL Americas division, and Kathryn Ditmars, managing director at JLL’s Americas division, explained what companies should keep in mind when planning to bring people back to the office. 
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Reopening offices during a global pandemic is a complicated process. 

As the coronavirus continues to surge across the world, companies are acknowledging that changes need to be made to safely reopen offices. IBM, for example, had to completely revamp its office before beginning to reopen earlier this year. 

Large companies are announcing delays to their reopening plans. In the past week,

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How To Read a Property Description

Periodically a property owner who is just looking for information will call or write me asking a question about how to survey (or map out) their own property. A common question that comes up many times is: “How do I get my property records?” The second question asked, usually after they have their description in hand is, “How do I read this?”

People ask these questions for many reasons. Some desire to fence or post their land, others because of pride of ownership, the desire for knowledge, or sometimes to protect themselves from the threat of encroachment. The information in this article won’t make you an overnight expert, and you will want a certified surveyor for any legal issues you may be facing, but this will help you understand your property better.

When reading your property description, you are reading about the imaginary lines that establish the “demarcation” (boundary) between … Read More