Tenant Representation

Many tenants don’t realize that they can hire a tenant representation professional to conduct their search to find space and assist them in negotiating their lease. Most tenants don’t know that the cost of a tenant representation broker is paid by the landlord and is already accounted for in the lease rate. The fact is, most tenants save valuable time and money by using a tenant representation specialist.

Property One’s team of professionals are active in the market, keeping track of trends, rental rates, tenant movement, space availabilities, off-market options, and much more insider knowledge that comes from working in the field on a daily basis. We manage the entire process from its onset, starting with the initial needs assessment, through market surveys, site selection, financial analysis of proposals, to final negotiation of lease terms.

A landlord agent’s primary goal is using his market knowledge gained through the everyday practice of his craft to make the best deal for his client. Wise tenants engage a tenant representation specialist to even the playing field and protect their interest.

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Case Study

McGlinchey Stafford

New Orleans, LA


When the law firm of McGlinchey Stafford decided to sell their firm-owned office building and lease space in the New Orleans CBD, they retained Property One to manage this complicated transaction. Aided by Property One’s market knowledge and expertise in lease negotiations, a deal was struck that involved the largest office lease in New Orleans that year and a concurrent flip of the firm’s building to a third party. Due to the relationship established during this transaction, Property One represented McGlinchey Stafford in 13 cities across the country, managing site selection and lease negotiation as a single point of contact for the firm’s space needs nationwide.