Whether it’s creative office space or traditional office space in Long Beach, we’ll help you find the right space in the right buiding at rent that meets your budget.
In the Long Beach office market, the landlord always pays the commission. Instead of the listing agent getting all of it, it gets split between two – your guy and the landlord’s guy. It’s a landlord’s market, and you need someone 100% on your side. At very least, you’ll get a Free Customized, Unbias, Wholesale Broker Listings Report at no charge.
We saved money. They fortified our negotiation position, and we achieved more savings. Their follow up, attention to detail and strong negotiation skills helped us obtain the most successful transaction possible.All Scripts / Vice President
We were extremely pleased with their insight, promptness, and efficiency. They greatly improved our bottom line and we highly recommend them to find and negotiate any office space in Long Beach.Macksoud & Macksoud, LLP / Partner
Negotiated for me exactly what I wanted. Thank you for taking all the worry, hassle and time out of the process.O'Donnell South, Inc. / President
Scott and Jeff spearheaded our negotiations, reduced costs, added concessions and achieved more TI.Vilden Associates / President
They showed us everything, and we found one that met our needs. We literally moved out on Friday and were up and running Monday. The timeliness and lease terms would not have occurred without their help.Talon Partners
Scott and Jeff both contributed toward achieving a greater dollar savings on our transaction. Their focus was on leverage. I would recommend their services to anyone interested in obtaining a successful transaction.Thomson Schroeder Inc.
−$3 Billion in new projects completed or underway −new largest bridge in the West −New $1 Billion Civic Center.
−4,500 new residential units for rent in various stages
2nd & PCH
Queen Mary Island
Here’s the reality – The landlord pays out the same fees regardless if you have your own guy or use their guy. When the tenant decides to be represented by a dual agent, he’s forgoing the benefit of dedicated representation. True allegiance of the leasing office and listing broker is to the landlord, not to you. Since the dual agent cannot focus on negotiating for the lowest price and negotiating for the highest, it is easy to see how it creates a diametric conflict, one that mere disclosure does not solve. Owners almost never give tenants bottom-line economics until there is competition and dedicated representation.