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As a property management company, Genet Property Group understands that moving out of a space is inevitable. Whether it’s to move to a bigger or smaller space to fit your changing needs or the end of a business venture, moving out comes with many hassles and frustrations. Coordinating schedules, allocating space, hiring movers, renting vehicles, and packing things away are just a few of the many tasks that moving entails. Because we deal with moving on a near constant basis, with lessees moving within the GPG neighborhood, individuals or businesses moving into our spaces, or the unfortunate times an individual or business must move out of a GPG space, we have plenty of experience and plenty of tips and tricks for making the process a smoother one.

The biggest rule for moving out of a space is this—leave the space better than you left it. This carries over to residential leases as well, it is always key to treat a space with respect while you’re staying there, and leave it in a better state when you leave. This includes patching up holes that might have been made, possibly repainting the walls, and cleaning the space. Make sure, before the process of moving out, that items are cataloged, accounted for, and categorized into lists for keeping, storage, trash, recycling, and for leaving in the space if they came along with the lease. Keep track of all keys that need to be returned as well. It’s best to determine a move out date well in advance, so packing and moving can begin at a slow and steady pace and does not need to be rushed at the last minute.

Genet Property Group takes pride in providing clients with their ideal space, and always welcomes clients who are planning to move into the GPG network of office, retail, industrial warehouse, and flex space. We have 20 years of experience helping individuals and businesses find the right resources for their property needs—let us help you! Contact one of our property specialists today to find your spot in our over 1.5 million square feet of space available in South Florida.

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At Genet Property Group, we consider all of our tenants and lessees our very own neighbors. And because many of our spaces aren’t singular, but are shared between many businesses and operations, our tenants are often neighbors to each other as well. Maintaining healthy and helpful relationships with your neighbors at home is important for fostering friendships, a sense of community, and support systems. The same can be said for neighborhood relationships in the workplace, especially if you share a building with another business. Helping each other to keep the building clean, avoiding mishaps in schedules and building usage, and maintaining proper privacy and respect is key to working alongside other businesses.

Following friendly and neighborly manners when crossing paths with others who share a building or location with your business is important. Establish a relationship and greet neighbors, if appropriate and not interrupting work, when you move into a space. Being actively social and friendly, while not everyone’s favorite thing, can go a long way in establishing trust and respect between people who will inevitably be interacting in some capacity. If someone is moving into a space near you, offer to help with the moving, with directions, or with any information about the building that might be important. It’s always important to maintain a mutual relationship, rather than letting it be one-sided

Genet Property Group has over 20 years of experience assisting clients find their ideal space, and treating our clients with neighborliness and kindness. We are always happy to add more businesses and individuals to the GPG neighborhood, and to provide the right resources for your business and property needs. Contact one of our property specialists today to find your spot in our over 1.5 million square feet of space available in South Florida.

At Genet Property Group, we hope our lessees feel comfortable and capable of talking with us and requesting any necessary services they feel should be available. Having a good lessee/lessor relationship is important when renting a property, and we believe in maintaining cooperative and helpful contact with all of our lessees. With that in mind, we know it is sometimes difficult to cultivate a strong, friendly relationship between lessee and lessor—the dynamic between peoples who exchange and provide services is sometimes awkward or unfamiliar, and definitely different than regular social relationships or friendships. But despite the difficulty, cultivating that strong relationship is important for achieving both parties’ desires and happiness in renting and leasing.

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By following certain codes of conduct, the lessee/lessor relationship can easily be a more communicative and supportive one. Behaving professionally and with respect is key, always showing that you understand and are listening to the concerns of your lessee or lessor. An open contact channel should be developed in the beginning of the lease, and any questions about the property and procedures should be asked and answers made available. If conflicts or confusions arise, it’s important to remember that both parties desire similar things: the responsible and productive use of the property. By supporting one another and valuing the quality of the property, both parties can be benefited.

With over 20 years of experience assisting clients find their ideal space, Genet Property Group is willing and able to cultivate strong and supportive lessee/lessor relationships, providing the right resources for your business and property needs. Contact one of our property specialists today to find your spot in our over 1.5 million square feet of space available in South Florida.