Gaining trust is a new way of doing business. Typically, cities will seek development deals using the traditional RFP process.
There is a new way in which RSG offers advisory or brokerage services. In some of our recent listings we are seeing multiple diverse offers. How can a city analyze and differentiate the best outcome?
In a 2014 Forbes article called “Three Ways To Build Customer Trust,” Marjorie Adams says, “Organizations with great customer relationships are able to grow their businesses without gimmicks, fee cuts or special treatment. You have to be good at what you do, of course, but having a truly successful business is based on one simple concept: trust.”
RSG brings together staff and broker affiliates to serve a community’s real estate needs. We view real estate through a community development lens, not simply the bottom line. RSG has an excellent history of successes creating effective pubic-private partnerships. Our team knows how to shepherd public and private sector clients through the often convoluted process of buying or selling property with a public agency.
We are trusted advisors who bring thorough analyses to local governments and private entities. For every transaction we take into account each city’s goals and visions that came with the original acquisition of the property. We are cognizant of enhancing property values in terms of both financial and social terms, so that it positively affects the surrounding community through job creation, low environmental impacts, pleasing aesthetics and sensible building design. RSG is concerned with serving the surrounding community and many other principles that a city can uphold as the property owner.