Tenant Representation Process
CRE Partners Proven Process
Get the Most Out of Each Deal
Our unique tenant representation process allows us to manage each individual project and understand all of the issues and legalities that must be addressed. That knowledge is put to work every step of the way. After a contract is signed, we will also participate in the design/construction process to ensure that all details are addressed. We can even refer a strategic partner that will oversee the actual moving day.
Develop a strategic real estate plan
Analyze the market & select properties to fit criteria
Submit RFP’s to property owners
Space planning & construction bids
Review proposal and conduct analysis
Negotiate favorable terms
Assist with preparation of lease or purchase agreements
Identify, Develop, Analyze, Negotiate
We help industrial and office clients optimize real estate solutions through front-end research and analysis. Using our comprehensive property criteria survey, we are able to recognize the unique needs of each client and create a corresponding strategic real estate plan.
Analyze the Market and Select Appropriate Properties
Combined with our in-depth market knowledge, we use multiple sources to survey the market to find potential properties that fit the defined criteria. These sources include: Xceligent, CoStar, other multiple listing service providers, brokerage firms, institutional owners, individual owners, and our personal relationships.
Once preliminary construction costs have been established, we submit a request for proposal to the specific property owners defining the main business terms and establish a beginning negotiation position.
Space Planning and Construction Bids
After we have identified the appropriate spaces, we engage an architect to draw a space plan. After a space plan has been agreed upon and the corresponding pricing plan has been created, we bid the plan to multiple contractors to get the best price.
Review Proposals & Negotiation
We review the incoming proposals and conduct lease/purchase analysis to create an “apples to apples” comparison. Based on this analysis, we make recommendations for counter proposals and negotiate favorable terms.
Lease Document/Purchase Agreement
We always recommend using a real estate attorney to review a lease document or purchase agreement. We will also have recommendations regarding certain language in these documents.