Boost Rents and Leasing Strategies in Commercial Real Estate

There are many different rent strategies that you can implement in commercial real estate brokerage.  The facts of the rental matter hinges on just how long the property owner wants to own the property. (NB – you can get plenty of commercial property leasing tips in our Snapshot program right here)

You can have rent strategies for the short term or the long term.  You can boost property value in a rental lift.

You can encourage a tenant to lease a property using fair and staged rents, or you can ask for the highest levels of income from the leased space and run the risk of a vacancy occurring.

Don’t forget that you also have net rents, gross rents, and incentives to work with in any lease negotiation.  The income or rent that you start with can be enhanced over time, so look at the bigger picture when negotiating with tenants.

Don’t focus so much on the start rent, but the income over time.  Look at the rent reviews and how they can support stable occupancy for the longer term.

In this audio program, John Highman talks about the rent and leasing strategies that are so important in today’s property market.  You can listen to the audio and download it here:

How to Engage with More VIP Clients in Commercial Real Estate Brokerage

In commercial real estate brokerage it is important that you segment your client list into groups and opportunities. As part of that, you should identify the VIP clients that you know and those that exist in your local area. They should be the primary targets of your prospecting model in an ongoing way. (NB – you can get our free commercial real estate training right here)

In this audio program, John Highman talks about the strategies behind VIP database management and the professional skills of commercial real estate sales and leasing today.

Learn how to improve your real estate business and grow the opportunities with the right clients in the right way.

You can access the audio program right here:

How to Understand the Importance of Winning in Commercial Real Estate Brokerage

In commercial real estate brokerage there are many different ways to attract listings and clients. Importantly, or leave your strategies should be honed and developed over time so that you are winning more business in a positive and relevant way. (NB – you can get our commercial real estate brokerage course for free right here)

There are always plenty of competitors chasing the same clients in the same properties in a location, and particularly within your territory. For that very reason, you do need to have some definite and deliberate winning based strategies to help you grow your market share over time.

Market Indicators

Understand the variables of your real estate business, and particularly so for the location. Look at what can and will happen over the foreseeable future with the following categories of new business and property activity:

– client property requirements
– economic indicators
– property performance
– tenant enquiry
– buyer enquiry

The supply and the demand for property within your location will always change, and you need to adjust to that over time. Look at the indicators and adjust your prospecting and marketing efforts accordingly.

In this audio program, John Highman talks about the important skills of attitude and activity as part of winning new business in commercial property today. Learn the special skills to develop a winning attitude as a broker or an agent.

The Important Advantages of Knowing Your Commercial Real Estate Market

In commercial real estate brokerage there are plenty of things happening in most property markets in a continuous way.

Businesses are looking to change or relocate their activities to improve corporate performance and income generation; property investors are looking to expand or change investment portfolios. On that basis there are some good things for every broker and agent to tap into providing they spend the time in looking for the indicators and the pressure points of the local property market.

Spend the time in researching your local area and the properties contained therein. In a logical and direct way review the property market, the changes, and the churn factors that are likely to bring about new business opportunity.

In this audio program John Highman talks about the importance of understanding your property market and the things that are changing across sales, leasing, and property management activities. When you know what is happening within your region and within your targeted property types, you can position yourself for further commissions and listing opportunities.

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