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What Does a Commercial Property Agent Do?

As a landlord, you may be considering working with a Commercial Property Agent to help you manage your investment property. But what exactly does a Commercial Property Agent do, and how can they help you as a landlord?

A Commercial Property Agent is a professional who specializes in the Sale, Leasing and Management of Commercial Properties. They work with landlords to help them find qualified tenants, negotiate leases, and manage the day-to-day operations of their investment property.

Here are some specific ways that a Commercial Property Agent can help landlords:

1. Marketing: A Commercial Property Agent can help you market your property to potential tenants through various channels, including online listings, print advertising, and networking events. This can help you attract a wider pool of qualified tenants and increase the chances of filling your property quickly.

2. Tenant screening: A Commercial Property Agent can help you screen potential tenants to ensure that you are Leasing to reliable and responsible individuals. This can include checking references, reviewing credit reports, and verifying employment.

3. Lease negotiation: A Commercial Property Agent can help you negotiate the terms of a lease with a potential tenant, including the rent amount, length of the lease, and any other provisions. They can also help you draft a legal and comprehensive Lease Agreement.

4. Property Management: A Commercial Property Agent can help you manage the day-to-day operations of your investment property, including collecting rent, handling maintenance and repair requests, and dealing with tenant matters. This can help free up your time and allow you to focus on other priorities.

Overall, working with a Commercial Property Agent can help landlords save time and effort, and can also help maximize the profitability of their investment property.

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