Two Words to Never Use When Leasing Space | Commercial Real Estate Tips

| January 20, 2020

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Do you use words like "asking" or "quoting" while canvassing? In this video, Beth explains why you should not use those words. When we use these words, we are asking for the tenants to negotiate with us. As leasing agents, our job is to provide the maximum value to the shopping center. Our job is NOT to make a fast deal. Telling a potential tenant, “I am asking 40 per square foot,” is begging for a negotiation. Let’s say the tenant comes back at 36, and after some going back and forth, you settle at 38.50.

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