July 18, 2013
Landlords have representation, so why shouldn’t you? As commercial real estate agents, we have our pulse on what’s going on around town: We know what’s available and we know who’s on the other side of any given deal. Prospective tenants may think that our job is to simply find them a space and that’s true to an extent. Negotiating the lease is a huge part of the process that goes overlooked. Having somebody by your side can prevent you from getting the raw end of the deal, whether that means you’re paying more in rent than you need to be or finding out that you got stuck with a repair bill that the landlord should be paying. Your time is important and we understand that searching for a new space or re-negotiating on your current space can keep you from focusing on your business. Give us a call so that we can focus on what we do best, so that you can spend your time on what you do best.
Did you know:
The landlord pays broker’s fees and those fees get shared with any cooperating broker, which means the benefits of having representation is at no cost to you.