We think of real estate as a business tool — one that goes beyond just your operational needs to help you enhance your image, attract top talent, and drive profitability.
Accordingly, our approach to real estate is entirely strategic. Before we think about your space requirements, we think about the business needs behind them. Only by understanding those needs can we address them in a meaningful, goal-oriented way.
We advise commercial tenants exclusively — no landlords, no developers — so we can be completely objective and conflict-free. By concentrating single-mindedly on tenant issues, we gain both the perspective and the experience to level the playing field in landlord-tenant relations. We are, in every sense, the tenant’s advantage.
This unique focus is supported by a complete array of integrated services that cover every stage of the real estate life cycle, from the planning to the transaction to the implementation. These services drive the tactical execution behind our strategic thinking, and they lead directly to solutions that reduce costs, improve operations, and enhance the performance of your workforce.
Why Tenant Representation is So Important
A recent study conducted by the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University, "Conflicts of Interest in Commercial Real Estate Transactions: Who Represents the Tenant?", found that not only do conflicts exist in Commercial Real Estate, but that current disclosure practices may not be enough to resolve them. READ FULL STUDY