Beyond Commercial provides comprehensive tenant representation services to those users seeking to lease. Whether you are expanding, moving, or rightsizing, our agents are involved with letter of intent negotiations, fit or feasibility plans, connections to vendors, and involvement with attorney lease negotiations. Tenant representation constitutes the largest segment of our firm’s business and we consider ourselves experts with a project-management / strategic planning approach to handling tenant lease assignments.
Our services include:
- Tenant representation
- Property Research and Searches
- Mark to market lease studies
- User representation or investor representation
- Site selection, due diligence, and redevelopment / repurposing consulting
- Build-to-suit planning
- Relocation analysis services
- Exit strategy planning
- Lease negotiations
- Strategic business planning for expansion, contraction, or disposition
Why use a tenant representative?
A tenant representative works exclusively with the tenant, which means they are working with the tenant’s best interest in mind. Our agents assist in the process of a leasing transaction between a landlord and a tenant in its entirety. Our agents work cohesively with our clients helping them to find the perfect space for their needs, whether it involves relocating, renewing a lease, or searching for a brand-new space. Throughout the process, our agents are knowledgeable and proactive advocates for the client.
“If you’re looking for a commercial real-estate agent, look no further. Amy at Beyond Commercial is bright, professional, responsive and super-connected. It was a nine-month process for us to find the right place at the right time in a too-tight market, but Amy stuck with us the whole time. We want to publicly thank her for her patience, her guidance, her optimism, and most of all, for helping us pull off a real-estate miracle! We’ve been so grateful for the advice and referrals she has provided for all sorts of other business matters as well.”
-Leah and Rich Hatley