Our transaction specialists have disciplined processes in place to analyze your space needs, manage the selection process, and weigh the many variables against the business goals you’ve defined. Since we represent tenants exclusively — never landlords  — you can be sure our advice will be conflict-free.

Our transaction management services include:

  • Strategic Planning – We’ll make sure we understand your business goals, and what drives them – where your workforce is located, whether you need flexibility to expand, or what kind of image you want to project. Then, in the context of these goals, we’ll work with you to formulate a real estate strategy to meet them. We’ll help you evaluate your space needs from a work process point of view to make sure you get an efficient, cost-effective solution that fits your unique requirements.
  • Market Study — We’ll consult with your key people about your space requirements, and based on our findings, we’ll identify the various buildings that fit your criteria and budget.
  • Inspections — Once we’ve identified potential options, we’ll visit each one, so you can freely discuss the plusses and minuses of each. We put clients in new space every day, and we can tell you about all the intangibles beyond rental rates and lease terms.
  • Feasibility Planning — We’ll help you determine which spaces lend themselves to the configurations you have in mind.
  • Landlord RFPs — We’ll solicit offers from the various landlords, including cost, amenities, tenant allowances, and any incentives that might sweeten the deal.
  • Financial Analysis — With offers in hand, we’ll assess each proposal from a financial standpoint, monetizing the various terms and arriving at a recommendation so that you get a true comparison of all costs associated with each option.
  • Offer Negotiation — Once the offers are on the table, we conduct the actual negotiation, using detailed market knowledge to add to your leverage.
  • Lease Negotiation —We have both the experience and the market information to help you and your team negotiate the best possible lease.


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