Whether you currently base your company out of a garage, a coffee shop or (even better) a coworking space, if business is good, you will likely find yourself at a crossroads with a variety of important decisions impacting your future office needs. We will explore each of these over the next several months. But the first, and perhaps most pressing issue will be the subject of this post: when should your company get its own space?
In both of these articles, FirstBase is recognized as being an early adopter of web-based technology moving the commercial real estate brokerage industry out of the stone age . Our goal is to leverage the right technologies to provide more value and create a better experience for our clients.
Natalie Kostelni sits down with FirstBase's founders for a candid discussion about FirstBase's multifaceted approach to its business, some of which jibes with customary brokerage work and some of which veers from it.
FirstBase's Jerre Riggs is featured in the Real Estate Forum. In the article by Carrie Rossenfeld, Jerre provides insight on technology and the sharing economy's impact in the commercial real estate realm.
If you want to kill a conversation and watch someone’s eyes glaze over, tell them you have a great idea for a white paper—on tax credits. Specifically, the Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ) Tax Credit Program. Trust me, it works. The sense of impending doom and boredom is almost palpable.
In Philly, millennials rule. A recent article in INSIGHT, published by Colliers International, examines the effect the generation has on commercial real estate. The story features observations from Firstbase co-founder Jerre Riggs, who’s also the Director of Real Estate at Benjamin’s Desk.