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My commercial real estate focus is on the the occupiers of space where I represent tenants (not landlords).  These services are paid for by the landlord after a transaction is completed.  My services include:
  • Existing Lease Evalutation
  • Office Space Searches
  • Lease Renewals
  • Office Relocations
  • Renew versus Relocate Financial Analysis
  • Lease Negotiations
  • Office Subleasing
  • Lease versus Buy Analysis
  • Property Acquisitions
Not sure on whether to renew or relocate? I would be happy to discuss with you in more detail and provide some budget numbers to help with your decision. 

Given the choice, most tenants prefer to simply renew instead of relocate.  The landlord realizes this too. Hopefully you have a great relationship with your landlord and/or property manager. Keep in mind that at the end of the day, they are incentivized to push the rental rates higher and to use language in lease agreements to protect their interests, not yours. You are an expert in your business, the landlord is an expert at commercial real estate. It is unreasonable for a landlord to expect a tenant to represent themselves in a transaction, as the landlord has an obvious negotiating advantage. A good broker will help keep your relationship intact, create leverage and save you a ton of time, money, and headaches.