Landlord’s brokers can be heavy handed bullies pushing tenants to get a “deal done” particularly when tenants are unrepresented. These brokers will say that if you don’t commit to a space NOW, it will be gone tomorrow. This kind of tactic is prevalent in a “hot” commercial real estate marketwhich is commonly known as a landlord’s market. Tenant/Buyers take a huge risk “hurrying up” a deal. Tenant’s jeopardies overlooking important due diligence, not consulting a real estate professional about the landlord’s one-sided proposed lease, or worst yet signing a lease just to get the space without counting all the cost.
Since 1994 I have been representing Buyers/Tenants. My focused specialty is solely driven to advocate for Tenants and Buyers of Commercial Real Estate. My services include Tenant Rep, leasing and purchasing negotiations of all types-renewals, relocations, renegotiations, terminations and Real Estate Investment acquisitions/dispositions on a local, regional, national and international basis through a network of RE/MAX Commercial offices around the world.