Explore topics valuable to the corporate user of commercial real estate, provided from the perspective of an experienced, exclusive Tenant and Buyer Representation firm.
InSites – Commercial Tenant’s & Buyer’s Bulletin
Opportunities in “Distressed” Assets
When could “distress” be considered a good thing? When you’re a potential commercial property buyer and you’re presented with opportunities to buy “distressed” commercial properties at significant discounts. The road to today’s commercial real estate...
How is the Denver Commercial Real Estate Market?
We’re asked that often and the answer depends on the perspective of the questioner – Tenant, Landlord, Buyer or Seller. In addition, market dynamics can vary widely if you look more closely at specific submarkets and the even the product type involved (e.g. Class A...
Lease Rates are Not What They Seem
When reviewing the commercial office lease rates advertised by Landlords, we are often struck by the disparity between these advertised rates and the “Net, Effective” rates typically achieved through our lease negotiations. Why do the advertised lease rates seem so...
Guidance – Commercial Real Estate Primers
Understanding Office Building Rental Rates: Are you Comparing Apples to … Oranges?
Commercial Office Building Landlords and Property Managers utilize several methods and lease structures for quantifying building rental rates and operating expense charges. Learn how different pricing formats can disguise the true cost of a new lease.
Ten Tips for Prospective Office Space Tenants
Negotiating the complexities of Corporate Office Space Leasing transactions is not unlike leading a successful trek up a tricky Colorado 14-er. Not only does it take knowledge of the terrain and expertise, but careful preparation and attention to details from beginning to end. Here are ten valuable tips to take into account before you journey out on negotiating for new space, or to renew or expand a lease for your business.
Effectively Utilizing a Tenant Improvement Allowance
Unless a space is specifically offered “As-Is,” Landlords typically provide some sort of “TI Allowance” that is typically a dollar allowance per square foot as part of the lease package offered to Tenants. The amount of TI Allowance that a Landlord is willing to offer a Tenant depends upon several factors including the length of the lease term, the Tenant’s credit strength, the vacancy rate in the building.
For expert advice about leasing office space or selecting an ideal commercial real estate location, please contact Guidance’s commercial real estate brokers today.
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