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LOS ANGELES-Nearly everyone has heard of office condominiums and owner-occupied buildings. In some cases, in fact, owning one’s own space can have business advantages, if businesses are prepared to take on the responsibility of landlords. Suzanne Lee, vice president in Transwestern’s local office, specializes in representing companies and organizations in both leases and purchases of commercial real estate. As part of Transwestern’s corporate advisory services team, she is responsible for business development, transaction processing, client relations and market analysis.

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