Property Management Quarterly
Colorado’s Only Property Management Publication
While the Colorado Real Estate Journal continues to run property management news in each issue of the newspaper, Property Management Quarterly features the most interesting managers, service and supply providers, and best practices. All property types are covered, including office, industrial, multifamily, retail, medical office, senior care and hotel. The publication is mailed with the Colorado Real Estate Journal newspaper, a 3,500-plus distribution that includes developers, investors, and property and facility managers.
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Recent Property Management Quarterly Stories
- Mobile amenities help occupants get back to officeWe all know how important it is that building occupants re-enter the office environment. Working from home was great for a few months, but the reality is that workers collaborate more and have less distractions when physically in the
- Tips to eliminate stress for maintenance budgetingAs the fourth quarter approaches, facility managers are ready to face their maintenance budgets for the coming year. Communicating with property owners about the importance of ongoing maintenance and capital expense planning
- Facilities cleaning profiteering on the riseProfiteers are likely to emerge during any disaster. The pandemic is no different, as property managers looking to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep their buildings safe and healthy are discovering. Some commercial cleaning
- How properties are managing through COVID-19As the repercussions of COVID-19 began to unfold, CBRE – and the world – saw building after building close in quick succession. Property managers rushed skillfully in the flurry of closings to identify crisis procedures and plan what
- Conduct evaluations to gain valuable asset insightsThe largest asset for many businesses is their building – the place where work is performed. Properly functioning buildings help businesses succeed while defective buildings cost ownership time and money.