A Case for Centralization of Corporate Real Estate Services

A Case for Centralization of Corporate Real Estate Services


March 2005

For many organizations, centralization means restriction. However, corporate real estate (CRE) executives are proving the opposite by adopting a new centralized real estate model that creates flexibility in how space is procured, used and financed, rather than diminishing it.

Keywords: centralization, space, lease negotiation, portfolio, business strategy, service delivery

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