We at Fischer & Company make a big deal out of being exclusive to corporate real estate occupiers. Why? We eliminate the conflict of interest that exists with other real estate firms when they represent both tenants and landlords.
Representing only corporate real estate occupiers allows us to aggressively pursue the best interest of our clients. We put all of our resources and energy into this market, demanding privileges and going the extra mile for our clients where others wouldn’t consider due to their dual representation.
In 2002, Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, also known as the “Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act.” This act set new guidelines for all U.S. companies, private and public, in an attempt to restore consumer confidence in our nation’s financial markets. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act made due diligence a necessity with real estate firms, which makes firms that handle both landlord and tenant transactions take a bigger chance of raising scrutiny. Fischer has been conducting business at the highest ethical standards for over 25 years and will continue to give our clients the absolute best service they deserve.
The recent declining economy translated into more vacancies and reduced rental rates. We’ve used this to our clients’ advantage by acquiring additional savings to help them reach their business goals and objectives. The current economy has created a competitive market and placed corporate real estate occupiers into a position of power. We help our clients maximize this position to its fullest potential.
Our ground-breaking ManagePath® real estate management software technology and new CREDashboard™ are both tools we developed to increase our clients’ productivity and help them utilize our services. Fischer & Company is dedicated to maintaining ethical practices and providing our clients with the best there is to offer in our field.