Our Landlord Representation Services team can help you unlock your property’s potential by developing a deep understanding of your unique space and delivering expertise on the market and the marketing techniques that will showcase your property’s best qualities. Our experts will position your property in a way that attracts and secures the right tenants for you — all while helping you avoid the common pitfalls of the leasing process.
Here are the top questions you might have about the landlord leasing process.
What do Colliers’ Landlord Representation services include?
Our Landlord Representation experts will provide you with a range of services, including assessing similar properties in your marketplace, targeting, attracting and securing the right tenants and minimizing your risk with thoughtfully negotiated leases.
If your needs include daily operations of your building or broader investment strategies, you might be interested in exploring our other services and specializations, such as Real Estate Management services.
How does my long-term investment strategy inform the lease objectives for my property?
How can I distinguish my building from other properties in the market?
While some selling points are obvious, our Landlord Representation professionals can identify differentiators that might be overlooked. In one recent case, our team identified that a building was equipped with five ingress/egress points from its parking structure, whereas other properties within its competitive set had only two or three. Our brokerage professionals utilized this information to attract the right tenants and achieve stronger rents.
How can I minimize my risks as a landlord?
In addition, our lease auditing teams can ensure that all leasable space is fully utilized and all lease agreements are structured with the right security measures to protect your investment.
How do you secure the best tenant for my property?
What are the costs I should consider?
Most property owners recognize that a space without a tenant represents lost income. However, there is a much wider range of costs associated with tenant turnover, including leasing costs and incentives, marketing costs to identify and attract new tenants, the labor and materials required to upgrade the space for future tenants and the legal and accounting costs of terminating a lease. Taking steps to find the right tenants and maintain positive relationships can be a cost-saving measure.