Looking back It has been quite the year! The highs of normality after covid and the lows of high inflation, rising interest rates and the energy crisis. We had to muscle our way through this uncertainty including many train strikes that impacted our in-person training! It is against this backdrop we are proud to share … Continue reading Rounding up 2022!
What You Need to Know About Commercial Real Estate Debt￼
Just like getting a mortgage from the bank to finance your residential property, Commercial Real Estate Debt can also help developers and investors with their business goals. The main purpose of this loan from borrowers is to increase the capital available for investment and to help them diversify their investments. Without a fully functioning debt … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Commercial Real Estate Debt￼
Vlog – Turnover Rents
Rupert Wood talks to Maria Wiedner about turnover rents and the impact they are having on the real estate industry. Click here to view the vlog video on youtube Maria Wiedner interviewed Rupert Wood about turnover rent, this blog contains a summary of their interview. Rupert Wood Rupert Wood has over 25 years experience in … Continue reading Vlog – Turnover Rents
Why has the government encouraged training whilst on furlough?
The government rules for staff whilst on furlough have been strict, and incorporate the following: You cannot ask staff to do any work that makes money for your business or any business linked to yours, orprovide any service for your business or linked to your business However, your staff can: Take part in trainingvolunteer for … Continue reading Why has the government encouraged training whilst on furlough?
5 reasons why professional training benefits real estate professionals
In training, we love a good acronym, so we have come up with one for this article; SPACE. 1. Skills Professional training allows for the acquisition or sharpening of knowledge and skills, increased collaboration, curiosity and professional awareness. Once you feel you have the knowledge and skills sharing them in a professional situation gains you … Continue reading 5 reasons why professional training benefits real estate professionals
Cambridge Finance’s 2020
2020 has been a strange year, for everybody, I cannot think of anybody who has not been affected by the pandemic, but Cambridge Finance adapted and evolved to ensure professional training could continue in a safe and legal manner. We started the year with our traditional face to face courses but moved to virtual classrooms … Continue reading Cambridge Finance’s 2020
The Economic and Human cost of Furlough and Redundancies
The job retention scheme, or furlough, has amounted to an astronomical cost to the government with the second furlough at approximately £6 billion per month, £200,000 per day and a total of £41.4 billion as at 18 October 2020 to the economy (figures from HMRC). Let us also not forget the staggering human cost that … Continue reading The Economic and Human cost of Furlough and Redundancies
How has Covid shaped property design?
Coronavirus has had a marked affect on how people want to spend their work and leisure time and has shifted priorities for building design. Gardens, recently seen as a nuisance and best avoided by some, are now sought after for the offer of private open air space and open plan is falling in popularity as … Continue reading How has Covid shaped property design?
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The Evolution of the Modern Office
Evolution of the modern office How has the modern day office evolved since the 1950's? Looking at the evolution of the modern office from cubicles with typewriters and filo faxes through the age of electronics coming in, the integration of the sexes in the workplace and then today a more flexible approach, hot-desking and virtual … Continue reading The Evolution of the Modern Office