Commercial Real Estate Leasing Doesn't Need to be Complicated

 

Leasing commercial real estate seems like such a daunting process but it doesn't need to be. Make sure you work with an agent that knows how to streamline this process to make it as hassle free as possible.

 

 

Leases Written and Negotiated in House

 

Working with an agent that can write and negotiate a commercial lease is an incredibly valuable asset. Whether you're a tenant looking to relocate or a landlord needing to fill a vacancy, a Realtor that can write and negotiate leases will save you time, headaches, and money. Ask how.

 

 
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Commercial

Commercial leases

It probably goes without saying but when it comes to commercial leasing, location matters. Work with an agent who aims to create a healthy tenant mix and can write leases to protect the interest of landlord, tenant, and property management.

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Industrial

Industrial leases

Industrial tenant's need specific building features to ensure their businesses are operating smoothly. A knowledgable industrial agent will know how to match the right tenant to the right building to ensure that criteria is met.

 
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Office

office leasing

Office buildings have large beautiful common areas to maintain. An experienced office agent will know to account for these common areas by properly defining gross and net leasable areas without confusion.

Build to Suit

Build to Suit

LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTS

Whether it's a new building to spec or building out a unit in an existing building, working with an agent that knows how to calculate leasehold improvements costs and incorporate them into the lease document ensures predictable payments.

Where in Niagara?

 

My market knowledge extends through the entire Niagara Region. While the majority of my business is conducted in St. Catharines I also do business in Niagara Falls, Niagara on the Lake, Virgil, Beamsville, Grimsby, Stoney Creek, Welland, Port Colborne, Wainfleet, Vineland, Jordan, Pelham, Thorold, and Fort Erie.