THE GOLD STANDARD OF REPRESENTATION FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS AND BUYERS


How to Prepare Smarter, Unlock Leverage & Negotiate to Win

BECAUSE IT'S ABOUT MAXIMIZING LEVERAGE BY NOT HAVING CONFLICTS OF INTEREST


It seems simple... rent an office space, lease an office/warehouse or distribution center, find flex/R&D space or buy a commercial building. But it's not. Commercial leases and purchase contracts are some of the most complex of all business contracts.

As 100% Tenant and Buyer Representatives for businesses, professional practices, non-profit organizations and government agencies, we unlock negotiating leverage. We prepare thoroughly and then artfully negotiate the optimum economic terms and conditions for Tenants, Buyers and Owner-Occupants.

Collaborating with our ITRA Global Offices, all highly experienced, 100% Tenant/Buyer Brokers and Agents, ITRA MacLaurin Williams delivers exclusive Tenant Representation and Buyer Representation in Denver/Boulder, Colorado, and other major US and international markets. In North America, our fees are typically paid by the Landlord, Seller or their Listing Broker/Agent.

Image of Gold BarWe perform only Single Agency Representation, which is The Gold Standard of Representation. Read our enlightening blog article on this complex subject, How to avoid Double-Dippers to negotiate the best deals.

ITRA MacLaurin Williams doesn't have the conflicts of interest that traditional commercial brokers quietly carry in their briefcases. It's why we're also called Tenant Brokers, Tenant's Agents, Buyer Brokers and Buyer's Agents. 


Be Represented. Not brokered.

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Image of Newsletter's Front PageIssue #40 of ITRA MacLaurin Williams' latest newsletter features timely and interesting articles for Commercial Tenants and Buyers like these three…

• How to Get Free from Your Landlord's Grip at Renewal Time.

• Brexit Dilemma and Opportunity!

• Tight Real Estate Market? Try a Sale/Leaseback.


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