In commercial leasing, a broker can represent a the landlord/seller side or the tenant/buyer (occupier) side. Some brokers work exclusively with tenants, others strictly represent landlords. I have spent parts of my career on either side of the table. I am currently doing more tenant work than landlord, but understanding the needs of both sides makes me more effective regardless of whom I represent.
What is tenant representation, what does it cost and is there a conflict between representing landlords and tenants? What does a tenant need to know about occupancy costs and why should you hire me to represent you as a tenant? I’ve taken the questions I get every day and turned it into a series of articles and videos which are conveniently accessible from this page. Check back often as I continue to add to my library.
- The Ricky Bobby Principle of Lease Negotiation
- What Makes Florida Unique? Sales Tax On Commercial Rent – But Changes on the Way
- The Scariest Picture in Commercial Real Estate Tech – And Why I’m Not Scared
- The Top Two Reasons To Use A Tenant Representation Specialist
- “Virtual Property Signs,” Tenant Representation and Why Online Property Listings are Always Wrong
- Tenant vs. Landlord Representation – Is There A Conflict?
- Tenant Representation – The Best Deal in Commercial Real Estate?
- Tenant Representation and Whatever Happened to Price Transparency?
- Not All Square Feet Are Created Equal
- Rum Raisin and Tenant Representation
- Why Care? Price Transparency and What You Really Need to Know about Different Types Of Leases