Many architects cross paths with a number of folks in the real estate business, especially at the outset of a new project. The real estate professional might be an advisor working for a buyer or seller of an improved or unimproved property or a leasing agent representing a tenant or a landlord. Developers, institutional investors, and private asset owners are generally real estate savvy, and they are primary consumers of the architect’s services. An architect with an aptitude for real estate and an understanding of the real estate professional’s needs can be a valuable asset to these folks on a number of different levels.
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