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Step 1: Projection
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Packaging the space

Thinking of leasing your commercial property? Let us help you! Maximising your property’s value begins with an effective marketing and agency leasing strategy that will attract the best tenants at the best terms, and to do that, you need to first prepare compelling data.

Have a good understanding of your property and its available amenities, as these will be the main selling points.

Leasing plans

Consider your returns-on-investment on your rental value, terms of lease. Our PropertyBankers has the expertise to advise you on the best possible terms for benchmarking purposes, ensuring you make the most of your assets.

Step 2: Promotion
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Marketing the property

Get the news out about your property’s availability for lease! Engaging in targeted marketing helps you get the message out more efficiently. Electronic direct mailers, signboards, flyers, standees and open-house are some common ways to reach out to the public.

Assessing tenants

When you receive interest from potential tenants, it is important to have an assessment of the tenant. After all, you will be relying on your tenants for regular income hence it will be reassuring to have an indication of their ability to afford the rental payments. PropertyBankers are trained to provide quality assessments and advise on the suitability of tenants. The information will help you determine who to lease your property to.

Step 3: Promissory
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Letter of Offer

Once you have agreed to lease your property to a tenant, a lease agreement will be negotiated. In this stage, the Terms in the Tenancy Specimen will be reviewed by both sides and the tenant will be asked to pay a security deposit. When you accept the deposit, you cannot rent the property to another party.

Sign tenancy agreement

The tenancy agreement is a legal agreement designed to protect both the rights of the tenant and the landlord. It sets out all the terms and conditions of the rental arrangement. Check your rights and responsibilities before signing off on a tenancy agreement and related documents.

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