Depending on the type of your commercial property, leasing usually requires not inconsiderable investments in conversion measures in order to meet the very individual requirements of interested parties. New technical equipment for the hall or new cabling and lightweight walls for office space are just a few examples. As a landlord, you will therefore have a fundamental interest in concluding a lease that is as stable and long-lasting as possible. Qualified commercial real estate agents from RE/MAX have sufficient know-how to be able to rent out your commercial property profitably and to negotiate an acceptable cost absorption of the conversion measures.
RE/MAX-Tip: The extended new brokerage law on commission regulation does not apply to commercial real estate. You can charge your future tenant the broker’s commission.