Tapping into Hidden Potential: Using Your Balance Sheet to Create Value & Lower Occupancy Costs

Tapping into Hidden Potential: Using Your Balance Sheet to Create Value & Lower Occupancy Costs

Thursday, March 13, 2014, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (Central Time (US & Canada))
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.  IF YOU WISH TO REGISTER, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO DO SO AT THE DOOR.  MEMBERS; $65.00  NON-MEMBERS: $100.
We thank you for your interest in CoreNet Chicago and encourage you to register early in the future. 
*****************************************************************************************************************


Tapping into Hidden Potential:  Using Your Balance Sheet to Create Value and Lower Occupancy Costs

Today's real estate capital markets are bifurcated into high yield (value added) investors and low yield (guaranteed income) investors.  The return requirements of each can be separated by 800 basis points or more. 
Today's corporate real estate executives needs to use the available tools and strategies to ensure they do business with the low yield investors to minimize their costs.  Our discussion will focus on how corporate users are using the Own verses Lease decision, their Balance Sheet, and their credit strength to create value, prevent write-downs and lower their operating costs.

Speaker: 
Bruce Westwood-Booth; Managing Director, Jones Lang LaSalle

Location

Maggiano's Banquet
Clark & Grand

Contact

Beth Brouwer
815-464-0105