Project Leasing

We own commercial properties and understand how lease terms affect the value and cap rates of the properties and longevity of tenants.

We make a point to learn what our clients’ long-term plans are, and work with them to position the property to allow them to achieve these goals. Various objectives will require different lease terms and structures.

We utilize the most popular online platforms, such as Loopnet, CREXI, City Feet, as well as our personal networks to market your properties.

Tenant Representation

Having experience in project leasing and property management provides excellent insights into what can be negotiated for the benefit of the tenant and what to watch out for in the extended landlord protective leases.

We understand the different needs that retail/restaurant, office, medical and industrial users have.

We also provide our tenants with valuable and essential market data that helps them identify and target their customers to achieve higher sales.

We utilize cell phone tracking data, market void and cluster analysis, daily traffic counts, demographics and employment data to identify the best sites for our clients.

1. What are the key terms of a commercial lease agreement?
To learn more about the key terms of a commercial agreement, view our section LEASING 101 (CHO THUÊ 101)
2. I am looking to lease a commercial space? What steps should I take?
Call us and request tenant representation. We will help you find the right space, guide you through the qualification process, negotiate the best lease terms and assist throughout the move in and opening process. This service is free to you, as the landlords pay our commissions.
3. Who pays the real estate commission?
The short answer is—whoever makes money from the transaction. In most states, it is customary for landlords to pay commission, unless agree otherwise. Leasing commissions are usually paid 50% upon lease execution and 50% upon tenant’s opening for business/rent commencement.