Why You Will Save Money by Having a
Commercial Real Estate Broker
No Cost to You
Landlords typically pay the Commercial Real Estate agent’s fees. So you usually get his expertise for free.
We are a commercial real estate broker but also an underwriter, an asset specialist, a tenant leasing specialist, and a property manager. This means we have seen all sides and aspects of transactions and have experience that others don’t. That means we can put more money in your pocket!
Is There a Catch?
You may know that for residential real estate, there are buyer’s agents and seller’s agents. Cap Ex Commercial will be working as your agent in your interest.
We help you find a location that will maximize revenues, minimize expenses, minimize cannibalization of sales from your other locations, and maximize the customer demographic you are targeting.
Besides saving you money on operating expenses as discussed above, we can also save you money on financing because of our extensive finance experience.
Site Selection AI Technology
We have new AI technology that puts the site selection process on steroids. It can show where clients come from and is unlike anything else on the market. Best of all, there is no cost to you for using it whereas others charge.
Why Having Our Exclusive Representation Helps You
- A consistent focus on achieving your real estate goals
- Ability to show you spaces you may not otherwise see
- A guide to lead you to success in your real estate decision
- Knowledge of the market
- If you need factoring, we have contacts who typically give you much better rates than you are currently getting
- Relationships with landlord’s brokers and assistants so new ideas for a space don’t blow up a deal
- Follow-up after closing to make sure you’re fulfilling immediate tenant lease obligations
- Fewer distractions from operating your core business. We get the deal done more quickly with fewer headaches!
Hidden Fee Examples
Allocated Maintenance – Large landlords will often have a mechanic on site, a lease administrator, a chief of operations etc. Who pays for these people. It can be you if you don’t know what to look for in a lease.
Common Area – Common areas need electricity and heating and cooling and cleaning etc. Who pays and how is the amount paid determined? There is usable square feet (actual square feet) and rentable space (square feet you are paying for). These numbers can be the same or different. How are they calculated and what does it mean in terms of what you pay? That is where our expertise can help you. This is an area that small tenants often don’t realize and can be a big cost driver over time.