Executive Lease Executive Lease Advisors offers clients superior business acumen and an detailed understanding of the perspectives and business goals of tenants, landlords, contractors, architects, brokers, and other parties involved in the commercial leasing process. This comprehensive approach is where Executive Lease Advisors offers a competitive advantage. By approaching projects with a thorough understanding of each stakeholder’s business objective, we are empowered to quickly negotiate aggressively, streamline the leasing process and efficiently drive the transaction to a close.
The process of building a new business or growing an existing business is ongoing. Executive Lease Advisors maintains ongoing relationships with our clients and extends additional services, including proactive management of critical dates, preparations to exercise applicable option rights in commercial leases, and monitoring obligation triggering events. It is an often forgotten, but essential need for business owners and executives to ensure that their lease performs successfully pursuant to the negotiated term and conditions.
Our goal in every client engagement is to maximize cost savings, maintain an ongoing business relationship with our clients that extends beyond the lease negotiation, and add value to our clients short and long term strategic business plans. Further, Executive Lease Advisors protects our client’s most valuable asset, time. Our clients are able to focus on their core business and make informed business decisions without diverting any time away from their day to day responsibilities of running a business. Executive Lease Advisors is a client centric, results driven business partner that takes pride in delivering unparalleled service and results throughout your business development process.
Were you aware of the tactics landlords use to create additional income from poorly negotiated commercial leases when you negotiated your own lease? Or, did you hire a professional that specializes in commercial lease negotiations to negotiate your lease? If you answered "no" to either question, then you may have a lease that exposes you and your business to financial risks that may be detrimental to your livelihood.
Savvy and advantageous landlords, use pass through expenses, lease terms and provisions, property maintenance, parking, and other contractual weapons that are at their disposal to create additional sources of income. Ultimately, your practice suffers because your lease negotiations did not put you in a position of strength. Executive Lease Advisors can analyze your current lease, identify financial exposure to your business, and create a course of action to leverage your bargaining power in current or future negotiations.