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Focused, experienced tenant representation pays off for your business.

Few decisions you’ll make as a business leader have more bearing on the success of your enterprise than the costs of the leases for your office headquarters, branch offices and industrial space locations.

That’s why, before you select your next business location, be sure to select Lester and Lester Realty Advisors to assist you in evaluating all your relocation and renewal options and negotiating on your behalf, so you get the most favorable lease or purchase terms.

For more than three decades, Lester and Lester Realty Advisors has ranked among North Texas’ leading and most admired commercial real estate brokers, specializing in representing tenants and occupiers of office and industrial property leasing in a wide variety of industries. In addition, Lester and Lester Realty Advisors also actively represents clients who participate in purchase, build-to-suit and sale-leaseback transactions.

No other tenant-representative broker possesses a more comprehensive and in-depth understanding of all the elements that go into making your relocation or renewal selection process come off flawlessly while at the same time delivering more value to the whole process than Lester and Lester.

Choose Lester and Lester Realty Advisors, and you are assured of smarter, personalized tenant representation that will pay off for your business.

Latest from The Occupant Advisor: A Healthy Workplace: Your Physical Environment

As we have explored previously, a company’s culture—it’s people, how they interact and treat one another, how they are rewarded for a job well done—can have an overall positive (or negative) impact on the success of the business. But that is only a piece of the puzzle when it comes to creating a healthy workplace; a company’s physical space is also important.

When we think of how our physical environment affects our state of mind and well-being, we usually think of our homes, vacation destinations, or other places where we enjoy leisure activities. But if the average working American spends more waking hours in their office than any of these other locations, then our place of employment needs to be added to that list—if not somewhere near the top!

When we think of how our physical environment affects our state of mind and well-being, we usually think of our homes, vacation destinations, or other places where we enjoy leisure activities. But if the average working American spends more waking hours in their office than any of these other locations, then our place of employment needs to be added to that list—if not somewhere near the top!

To read more detailed tips from human resource and culture pros see our featured story here. For more topics in this blog series and to learn more about tackling the many issues in obtaining A Healthy Workplace, please click on our blog: The Occupant Advisor.

A healthy physical workplace is not a “one size fits all.” Explore the design elements that impact your workplace and then do what is within your power to provide an environment that supports your employees and enables them to do their jobs to the best of their ability—while also supporting their (and your) happiness and health in the meantime!

More of the latest blog posts to The Occupant Advisor