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November 27, 2018 No Comments

Should I Consider Sublets?


Posted by Ten Fong in Negotiating

  Should I Consider Sublets?   There are some real benefits to sublets: Build Out. Since there is already a tenant occupying the space, the premises has already been built out, so this saves money, time and energy compared to the alterative space options that require construction of leasehold improvements. Building space from scratch can […]


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November 27, 2018 No Comments

5 Reasons Why Tenants Will Always Need Commercial Real Estate Agents


Posted by Ten Fong in Negotiating

    5 Reasons Why Tenants Will Always Need Commercial Real Estate Agents Think you can do your office or retail relocation or renewal yourself? Consider the following 5 reasons why tenants will always need commercial realtors.    Tenants Can’t Find All the Spaces Themselves There are really two factors that play into this category: […]


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November 26, 2018 No Comments

How Real Estate Brokers Trick Their Clients Into Good Deals


Posted by Ten Fong in working with landlord

    This is a story about a smart lawyer and how he did not understand how the commercial real estate game is played.  At 2,000 square feet, the lawyer was a below average sized tenant, in an A class building in a financial core district.  His landlord offered a golf trip every year for every broker […]


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November 26, 2018 No Comments

6 Tips to Negotiating a Killer Commercial Lease


Posted by Ten Fong in Negotiating

Negotiating a commercial lease is hard. If you have a commercial lease somebody had to negotiate it.  And somebody has to negotiate it again upon the expiry.  Regardless of your approach to the lease, here are some tips that you hopefully you find helpful – because negotiating a commercial lease doesn’t have to be that […]


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November 23, 2018 No Comments

7 Secrets of Negotiating a Killer Tenant Improvement Allowance


Posted by Ten Fong in Negotiating

Negotiating a Tenant Improvement Allowance When it comes to negotiating a tenant improvement allowance, there are common phrases you will hear from commercial listings agents while space tours: “The landlord is willing to put in the work.”  “The landlord will provide the cash and you can spend the money.” Most spaces need renovation, if not […]


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November 23, 2018 No Comments

The Biggest Scam in Commercial Real Estate – A Case of the Growing Building


Posted by Ten Fong in Site Selection

    What’s so hard about measuring office space – when is a square foot not a square foot? When it is a magically growing square foot. What is the best way a landlord can increase revenue – Increasing the “size” of their rented area. Imagine if you could magically increase the size of your […]


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