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Why hire Corporate Realty Advisors?
Because we represent only the Tenant. In the same way that it makes no sense for a negotiator to argue for both sides in any negotiation, it makes no sense to hire a broker that represents both the interests of the Tenant and the Landlord. When you sign a lease, you need to insure that your best interests have been protected. We do not own or manage any property and do not work for anyone who does.
What's the most common mistake made by tenants that represent themselves?
Never even considering hiring a company like CRA because they like their current space. Even if you don't plan to move we can help when your lease comes up for renewal. When a landlord/property owner knows that you love your current space and you have no intention of moving they have all the leverage in your business dealings. To have leverage you must have alternatives whether you plan to move or not.
What type of clients does CRA represent?
Any type of company whether your business focus is local, nationwide, or worldwide. Click here to see a list of clients CRA has served.
If my company is relocating or opening new offices in territory unfamiliar to us, can CRA help? Does your expertise have geographic limits?
We can help you no matter where your company's relocation or expansion plans lead you. We have satisfied clients worldwide, there is no limit to the locations where we can benefit you and your bottom line.
How is CRA compensated if clients don't pay for their services?
When a lease is signed the landlord pays a commission to the leasing agent that represents their space. When CRA represents a tenant, that commission (which usually goes 100% to the leasing agent) is split between the leasing agent and CRA.
How much lead time does CRA need to help me with my move?
It depends on market conditions and the size of your office. The larger the space you desire the longer time we'll need to do our job correctly for you. A good rule of thumb is a minimum of 6 months before you plan to move at the bare minimum. Larger transactions will require a year or more. It's impossible to give a proper window without knowing your specific situation. Please contact us to discuss your needs and we can give you a definitive answer.