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Landlord Representation

Many landlords believe that putting a sign on the property or on the window of a particular space is sufficient to attract top tenants.  While this sometimes works, landlords of commercial property need to be more aggressive in the marketing of their properties.  An experienced leasing broker can make the difference between securing a national tenant who may increase the value of your property to helping secure the best terms on their behalf.

Trust what Abraham Lincoln said:

“He [she] who represents himself has a fool for a client.” 

Things to consider when leasing a commercial asset:

  • Is it better to have a gross lease, modified gross or NNN?
  • Do I charge a core factor?
  • What is the best tenant mix for my asset?
  • How do I attract qualified tenants?
  • Why is it important to understand base rent, concessions and how they affect the NOI and ultimately the value of the property?
  • How can I improve the quality of the offers?
  • Is it better to have a short term or a long term lease? Why?
  • Is my lease air tight or does it need to be revised?
  • What to do if tenants aren’t making the lease payments?