Property management as a litmus test for the economy

Whenever I see a frog, I can’t help but smile. Frogs are considered to be “nature’s litmus,” a test of a healthy, well-balanced ecosystem. Sitting right in the middle of the food chain, frogs are quite sensitive to the environment and can see immediately when things are out of whack.

Property management professionals are in a somewhat similar although less soggy position when it comes to the economic environment. And from my commercial property management perspective, the Idaho business ecosystem is starting to get back into high gear.

Author: Tammy Cox, CPM, Senior Property Manager, Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce

Read More, originally published: Idaho Business Review, July 15, 2013


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