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What are the advantages of being represented by a broker?

It’s all about the client.  As a tenant representative we are not bound to any property or landlord.  We do not have any conflicts of interest.  Our only interest is the client’s needs.

We provide our clients with 100% pure, unbiased market intelligence and information, which translates into the best economic results.

With over 40 years of operating history, Podolsky|Circle has seen it all.  We know what is “market” in lease negotiations and assist clients in getting the most favorable and flexible lease terms achievable.

 

PODOLSKY|CIRCLE APPROACHES THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH CLIENTS AS LONG-TERM PARTNERSHIPS.

IN ADDITION, THEY BRING OUTSTANDING MARKET KNOWLEDGE, THOROUGH RESEARCH AND UNMATCHED TENACITY TO EVERY TRANSACTION IN WHICH THEY ARE INVOLVED.”

Joe McKeska

Vice President, Real Estate and Construction | SuperValu

 

Our typical Tenant Representation services for office, industrial and retail clients include:

  • Leasing Strategy
  • Site Selection/Market Analysis
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Financial Modeling
  • Lease Negotiation
  • Labor Pool Income Analysis
  • Construction Administration
  • Decision Matrixing
  • Annual Budgeting
  • Lease vs. Buy Analysis
  • Existing Lease Restructuring
  • Employee Location Study
  • Company Drive Time Analysis
  • Area Demographics
  • Logistics Analysis
  • Relocation Calculations

What benefits does Podolsky|Circle provide clients through our affiliation with CORFAC International?

Real estate is a local business, but for many companies real estate is a national and international business, too.

Using the CORFAC network, Podolsky|Circle clients get the best of both worlds – local market knowledge from across the globe conveniently delivered from a single point of contact.

How can Governmental incentives save money for the tenant?

Podolsky|Circle assists their clients in structuring “win-win” arrangements with state and local governments so that both the tenant and the public jurisdictions can benefit from the capital investment and job creation brought about through real estate and location commitments.

Incentives can include both statutory credits and  negotiated incentives.

These incentives can come in the form of grants, infrastructure improvements, employee recruitment and training, job creation tax credits, utility rebates, property tax abatements, tax incremental financing, income tax credits, Technology credits, Enterprise Zone credits and historic designation credits.