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Client Representation
Helping you avoid pitfalls and uncover economic opportunities
Selecting space for your organization, and successfully negotiating a lease or contract you can live with, is a complex, time-consuming task, full of potential pitfalls. The pitfalls only multiply if you undertake the process on your own, without the benefit of an experienced TriAlliance commercial real estate professional serving as your representative.

Services you can expect from your TriAlliance representative:

  1. Analyze your space needs
  2. Investigate all available properties and determine which are the most appropriate for your needs
  3. Create a bidding war among several landlords for your business
  4. Protect you during lease or purchase negotiations so that you come away with terms that meet your present and potential future needs
  5. Serve as a buffer between you and the landlord or seller
  6. Identify lease provisions that could cost or save you money during the lease term
  7. Handle the paperwork and other details of the lease negotiation
  8. Settle disputes that arise even after the documents are signed
  9. Spotlight the savings
  10. Ensure you get the most value in any improvement allowances
  11. Safeguard you against signing onto any provisions that run against your economic interest
  12. Define lease terms to benefit you
  13. Win concessions that anticipate your actual needs
  14. Introduce you to the TriAlliance network of industry experts and strategic alliances
  15. Compare lease vs. purchase alternatives


TriAlliance Exclusive Property Marketing Services
Services you can expect from your TriAlliance property marketing team:
  1. Prepare Property Fact Sheet
  2. Install marketing sign
  3. Add to CoStar database
  4. Photograph property
  5. Notify local print reporters for media coverage
  6. Create electronic marketing brochure
  7. Add to www.trialliance.com listing page
  8. Participate in monthly activity update meeting/conference call
  9. Create full color PDF flyer for email distribution
  10. Notify market-specific cooperative brokers
  11. Add to Loopnet database
  12. Brainstorm sessions for prospects
  13. Inspect property
  14. Conduct showings with prospects
  15. Notify neighbors of new availability
  16. Create location map
  17. Run demographic report
  18. Prepare and update comparative market analysis
  19. Review prospect target lists
  20. Distribute proposals to prospects
  21. Scan floor plans, site plans, renderings, etc. for online distribution
  22. Review TriAlliance database for prospects
  23. Discuss property with competitive listing brokers
  24. Cold call, cold call, cold call
  25. Review client's needs and future plans
  26. Organize broker function, if warranted
  27. Review marketing activities with client
  28. Assist with the preparation and distribution of documents
  29. Email marketing flyer campaign and follow-up
  30. Interact with property owner's design team
  31. Expose client and prospects to TriAlliance vendor network and referrals
  32. Negotiate and consult on client's behalf

As the name suggests, TriAlliance considers itself the CRITICAL third point connecting two other parties for mutual success.



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