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My firm and I perform only Single Agency Representation, which is The Gold Standard of Representation for Tenants and Owner-Occupants. No Dual Agency, no Transaction Brokerage, no Designated Agency, no work as a Facilitator or an Intermediary.
Teresa Krieger, CFO of Applegate Group, a regional water resources engineering firm in Denver, says, “I have been working with Will for over the past 10 years. He has been instrumental in finding us great new office space. He is an excellent negotiator and has very creative ideas when it comes to initial leases and lease renewals. Will was also able to find a Subtenant for some extra office space we had so that we could reduce our rental expenses until we relocated. He has so much knowledge in this area and is so effective, I will continue to use him and recommend him for commercial real estate transactions.”
Question: Why doesn't my company work for or accept property listings from Landlords and Sellers of commercial buildings?
Answer: Because it causes conflicts of interest that damage the interests of a Tenant or Owner-Occupant.
From a legal point of view, these conflicts of interest are generically called "Dual Agency" and it's every bit as bad as it sounds. Because a Dual Agent or its brokerage firm tries to make commissions or fees on BOTH sides of a transaction, not just yours as the Tenant or Owner-Occupant. Surprisingly, every state in the US allows Dual Agency in one form or another, which includes legal relationships such as a Transaction Broker, Designated Agent, Intermediary and Facilitator, depending on the state in which you do business. (I have written a Blog Article, "How to identify the best Commercial,Tenant Agent," about this troubling and complex subject, so please feel free to ask about it.)
Having successfully negotiated nearly 400 transactions during 29+ years in the commercial real estate industry, I can state that no two transactions have been alike. So I've seen every trick in the book by Landlords and Landlords' Agents and that's very valuable to successful outcomes for Tenants and Owner-Occupants.
To fully understand your needs, I ask a lot of questions and listen carefully. Because satisfying your needs and exceeding your expectations is grounded in comprehending what you want and why. When usually matters, too, so it's critical that I understand your timing.
Commercial transactions involve hundreds of interwoven details and the devil lies in those details. Little things make the difference in a transaction succeeding or failing. My meticulous to attention to detail really matters to having a successful outcome.
But I also know when to go "outside the box" and get creative to find effective, unusual solutions to solve difficult problems and surmount obstacles that arise during the course of a transaction. My reputation is to "Get the job done, and done right," said Phil Dunne, Executive Director of the Texas Medical Foundation. With decades at the negotiating table as a 100% Tenant/Buyer Rep, I have earned my credentials as a top-notch negotiator.
I'd be happy to discuss your needs for Office or Industrial space in Metro Denver / Boulder. Please contact me and let's brainstorm about different solutions for your needs.
Be Represented. Not brokered.
I Only Represent Tenants or Buyers
- Renting or Leasing Office Space of 1,200 square feet or larger
- Purchasing Office Space of 5,000 square feet or larger
- Medical Space of 1,200 square feet or larger
- Low-cost Office Space of 12,000 square feet or larger
- Industrial/Warehouse of 10,000 square feet or larger
- TX - Austin
- TX - Austin-Downtown
- TX - Round Rock