Most business owners believe that real estate brokers only add value when a transaction is at hand – bringing in a professional only when it’s time to negotiate a sale or lease.
This may be the most traditional arrangement, but it may not be the most cost effective, and more and more business owners are catching on.
Simply put, today’s top real estate professionals offer a level of service that goes way beyond the mechanics of closing a deal.
The bar has been raised higher, and the best in the business now believe in delivering a full range of services that enable their clients to strategically plan for their facilities needs on an ongoing basis.
This is especially important under current market conditions.
The availability of quality industrial and flex space in Orange County has been tightening for several years, which comes as an unwelcome surprise to those with immediate requirements.
Vacancy rates are decreasing and demand is on the rise, which is depleting the stock of good quality product for lease and sale. With limited supply comes limited choice, and it is taking longer to find and secure good quality space. Thus, engaging the services of a knowledgeable area specialist to assist in that process is essential.
For most businesses, facilities cost ranks high on the list of major business expenses, second only to payroll. Making the most of every facilities dollar can have a profound impact on profitability.
Unfortunately, many businesses wait until the need for space becomes immediate, which often results in costly mistakes.
Advance planning and careful preparation regarding real estate decisions is the key to a successful relocation to new space or the renegotiation of a new term in existing space. Engaging the services of an experienced commercial real estate professional before the fact ensures that a business will be making its decision based on timely market information.
Our team has the experience, expertise, resources and knowledge to guide your business in the process of securing real estate for your use in Orange County. If you need help planning for the future, give us a call.