Real Estate Strategic Planning
Strategic real estate planning examines a business’s issues affecting the company’s real estate requirements and performance. This determines how real estate assets or liabilities can be best positioned to support its financial and operational objectives.
Traditional Real Estate Brokerage
A commercial real estate broker works with clients to buy, lease, sell, or rent nonresidential properties. They must know a good deal about tax and zoning laws, as well as market data, financial analysis, property management, and more. Property types include office, industrial, multifamily, retail, and land.
A real estate consultant provides expert advice and recommendations to clients looking to purchase or develop property.
A tenant representative is a commercial real estate agent who represents the tenant instead of the landlord in a transaction. They help identify real estate needs and will negotiate with the landlord or landlord representative in the best interest of the tenant.
Tenants that retain their own exclusive representation essentially level the playing field by gaining access to critical market information. Tenant reps know the nuances and negotiation hot points that can best serve their clients.
A buyer representative is when a broker agrees to represent a buyer who agrees to use the broker’s services exclusively during a specified time period. Instead of listing a property, a buyer’s broker, in effect, lists the buyer’s cash.
Buyers brokerage recognizes that a great deal of time and work goes into finding appropriate investment properties and that brokers should be paid for this work. It works as a screening tool, rationing time and involvement by investing in a few key clients who are willing to pay for a broker’s expertise.