19 Aug 5 WAYS TO ADD VALUE TO YOUR CLIENTS
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“I’d rather be the jester who adds value to those around me than a King with no vision or intention of making a difference.” Janna
Cachola, Short Journey
firstly by knowing what is happening in the market…the broker will know fair market value and what concessions the landlord is willing to give.
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS –
a good broker will compare the true costs of occupancy for different spaces under consideration and factor in variances in size, rentable square footage vs usable square footage, terms and additional expenses (repairs, utilities, janitorial and common area expenses = CAM)
REDUCE YOUR RISK –
an experienced tenant rep will always look out for your best interest. You can rest easy knowing they only get compensated if you get what you want. They do this by maximizing the flexibility and productivity of your
GOING THE EXTRA MILE –
a pro-active broker who will be resourceful and have a database of trusted vendors such as furniture rentals, IT services, movers, space planners, attorneys and architects and willing to share with you.
INCREASED SPEED –
in communication, fast follow up with landlord brokers, immediate follow up via email and phone. I’ve heard it said, “time kills deals”.
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