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Ask the Expert: How early should a tenant start planning an office relocation?

Ryan McCurdy 457x296
Published: Sep 09, 2019

Ask the Expert: How early should a tenant start planning an office relocation?

“The process of building a genuine relationship begins far in advance of a pending lease expiration.  Gaining trust and operating as a true partner takes time.  I plan on being in the business for many years and have no intentions of pressing for short-term gains.  Ideally, we start work on an office tenant’s requirement 12-18 months prior to the end of their existing lease obligation.  This applies for a relocation, renewal, expansion, or contraction.  

A critical component of my job is to create leverage and devise a detailed plan to secure optimal deal terms.  And having sufficient time to prepare in advance helps tremendously. Although as client business needs change, I am often not afforded the luxury of time. It is my job to be flexible, fully understand all elements of the market, and deliver unmatched service.  I am confident my clients recognize the value Franklin Street provides and our firm takes that responsibility very seriously.”

Ryan McCurdy
Director, Office and Industrial 
Franklin Street
Ryan.McCurdy@FranklinSt.com 
Office: 813.559.2011

 

Credit: Ryan McCurdy
Source: Franklin Street
URL: https://franklinst.com/