What Does a Broker Do?
As a commercial real estate broker I act as an intermediary between tenants and landlords or buyers and sellers of real estate. I represent one side in a real estate transaction, making sure that their best interests are represented and they are getting a fair market deal. The real estate may be for their business operations or for their personal investment portfolio. My clients consist of C-level executives, managing partners, business-owners, entrepreneurs and private investors throughout Southern California. I pride myself on being a trusted adviser to all of my clients and often times work with and advise them on issues that have nothing to do with real estate.
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Call Me When:
12-18 months prior to your lease expiration (Yes, even if you plan to renew!)
You are considering buying or selling commercial property.
You want to understand the value of your real estate.
You are hiring new employees… How will that effect your real estate footprint?
You have issues with current landlord, such as surprise invoices.
You are trying to decide between leasing or purchasing.
You are opening multiple offices and need to evaluate individual markets.
Strategies to maximize asset value
Tenant & Buyer Representation fees are paid by the property owner (landlord or seller). There is no added cost to the client and no loss of negotiating power. As the tenant or buyers broker I split the existing fee that the property owner has already agreed to pay his or her broker.
Seller Representation fees are paid by you, the property owner, which vary from 4-6% of the gross sales price depending on market and property-type.
I take tremendous pride in developing long-term relationships with my clients and intend to work together over-and-over again, so if you are not happy with the level of service or quality of work I provide then my commission it at your discretion. I will rebate all or a portion of to you or donate it to a charity of your choice.