Real Estate Solutions
for New York Non-Profits









Expert, Affordable Assistance for Non-Profits of All Sizes










Non-Profit Organizations, particularly in NYC, face daunting obstacles in providing for their office space needs . . .

·        Fund-raising for occupancy costs is difficult. Funders would rather support programs than administrative costs.  As a result, tight budget restrictions limit the choice of possible locations.

·        Choice is further limited, especially in a tight market, by landlord preferences.  Some will just not rent to non-profits.  Others insist on lease clauses that unreasonably restrict visitor traffic.

·         Executive Directors and Board Members are attracted to their positions by the mission of the organization, by the opportunity to help make the world a better place.  Their experience with commercial real estate, however, may be limited.

·       Their experience with landlords and agents, and with the peculiar economics of real estate, is usually even more limited.  This puts them at a severe disadvantage in negotiating with professionals who wheel and deal in real estate day in and day out.

·        Even when a real estate service firm is retained to provide assistance, the account is unlikely to be assigned to a senior professional.  Small and mid-sized non-profits simply do not receive the same level of service that Fortune 500 companies routinely expect.

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CSI CONSULTANTS INC. offers non-profits a level of service and expertise previously available only to major corporations and institutions.

Small and mid-sized non-profits can now receive top-drawer real estate services, usually at no out-of-pocket cost.

Give us a call to discuss your needs, and find out how we can help.

CSI Consultants Inc.

Tel: (845) 281-0434








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