Ungh. One of our property managers is asking me for a certain kind of document, a blank offer to lease.
It is up to the property managers to prepare offers to lease, not me. As such, I do not deal with preparing offers. As such, I do not have any blank precedents. It's simply not something I do.
But -- he was told by a client on the outside that I have them. And so he's asking, and refusing to accept my telling him that I simply do not have them.
"But Nicole said you have them!"
Well, Nicole doesn't know what the fuck she's talking about.
Think about it for a second, buddy. Who would best know what I have on my computer? Me, or someone who doesn't work in the building?
But he can see this easy path for his own work, and dammit if he'll give it up, even when it's not supported by reality.
Jesus Christ -- I don't prepare offers, you do. I don't have blank precedents, you should. It's not up to me to have the tools for your job. Now, fuck off.
AND ANOTHER THING -- it's a four tenant building, half-office, half-commercial. It's a special case. Why would we spend the time and money developing a blank template for a four tenant building? That template would be used for the retail side, at most, three times. It makes far more sense to not bother with that, and just do one-offs. A twenty-unit retail plaza? Sure. A precedent for three tenants? We've already rented out two of those, making a blank precedent pointless. DO YOUR OWN WORK.