Every property has a story — a unique combination of history and strengths that a property owner or landlord can leverage to maximize a building’s value.
Our Landlord Representation Services team can help you unlock your property’s potential by developing a deep understanding of your unique space. We deliver expertise on the market, as well as 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.
Gain from our experience in targeted property marketing by finding suitable tenants for your commercial real estate property.
Our approach is based on our many years of experience as the market leader in local commercial real estate markets throughout Austria.
Our Landlord Representation Services at a glance:
• Your representative at local market level
• Short processes and market analysis
• Negotiation of new and existing leases
• Creating awareness for every potential tenant
• Adequate corporate reporting specified to your needs
By setting up an overview of the core competitors, locations and rental rates in your market, we can optimize marketing strategies, define and promote your unique selling point and elevate the performance of your real estate property.
Never miss a prospect! Every potential tenant on the market should know about your offer. Through our close working network with other brokerage agencies and through online listings we make the market aware of your property and provide information about the available space. And we do not stop there – our own architects and marketing professionals, as well as our research analysts, are with you every step of the way to analyze and match your available space to the requirements of potential tenants.
Today’s lease or renewal affects tomorrow’s investment. We take your investment strategy and leasing objectives into consideration. Whether your property is a long-term hold, needs renovation, or should be newly developed or positioned for sale in the short term – we understand the big picture of your ownership strategy and know how to optimize results for you.
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 diligently 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 or Capital Markets services.
How does my long-term investment strategy inform the lease objectives for my property?
Whether you invested in a building as a long-term strategy or are interested in selling the property within the next few years drastically impacts the type and length of leases you’ll want to offer your tenants. Because long-term investment strategies guide scheduling for capital improvements, our Landlord Services teams will help you develop a management strategy that will meet your future objectives without sacrificing present profits.
How can I distinguish my building from other properties in the market?
How can I minimize my risks as a landlord?
Minimizing risk starts with a solid plan to ensure your property is occupied by the right mix of tenants. Our team can help you reduce risk by thoroughly researching the financial status of a potential tenant including credit ratings and business history as well as understanding the impact of current market cycles and economic dynamics.
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.
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. Finding the right tenants from the start and maintaining a positive relationship with them throughout the duration of the lease is therefore a cost-saving measure.