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Look Under the Hood to Find Surprise Sublease Glitches
Our revealing blog article, Avoid 14 risks when you want to be a Subtenant, recommended by real estate attorneys, simplifies the complex wiring that Office Tenants must check under the hood to evaluate a Sublease opportunity. Let MacLaurin Williams perform a careful, thorough inspection of the Master Lease as your 100% Tenant’s Agent or Tenant Advisor and help your business to thrive as a happy Subtenant.
For Office Tenants that need space in Austin/Round Rock, TX, and Denver/Boulder, CO, we’ve prepared reports on the best Office Sublease Spaces available now. (Note that these are not our listings because we don’t have any property listings — because listings cause awful conflicts of interest for Tenant Reps.) To see the best Office Subleases available this month, click on the red or purple button below.
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Commercial Realty Transactions
New Leases, Renewals, Expansions, Building Purchases, Land Purchases, Subleases + Lease Buyouts
Office, Flex & Warehouse Properties
Lease vs. Buy Analyses, Build-to-Suit to Lease, Sale/Leasebacks, Equity Participation, Design-Bid-Build to Own
Negotiations with Commercial Landlords & Sellers
Requests for Proposals, Letters of Understanding, Leases, Subleases, Work Letters, Operating Expense Audits, Purchase & Sale Contracts
Surplus Property Analyses & Dispositions
Re-marketability, Highest & Best Uses, Disposition Strategies, Subleases, Lease Buyouts + Sales
Needs Assessment, Budgeting, Selection & Oversight of Design Team + Move Coordination
State & Local Incentive Negotiations
Tax Credits, Workforce Grants & Training, Cash Grants, Infrastructure Improvements + More
Lease Abstracting, Financial Reports, Taxes & Operating Expenses + Manage Key Action Dates
Negotiating Skill + Deep Research Deliver the Best Results
It looks simple on your To Do List: renew our business lease, find new office space, rent a warehouse, lease flex space, buy an office or industrial building, maybe with a low interest rate SBA 504 Loan. In reality, it doesn’t happen quickly and, usually, it’s not so simple. That’s because Commercial Leases and Purchase Contracts are surprisingly complicated business agreements.
In commercial transactions, the devil is in the details. MacLaurin Williams sweats the details to ensure that your projects get done correctly, affordably and on time for Tenants and Owner-Occupants.
We are exclusive, 100% Tenant Representatives and Buyer Representatives. We perform as true advocates and loyal fiduciaries for businesses, professional practices, non-profits and government agencies in commercial real estate transactions. Using the latest market research, we unlock the leverage that’s required to negotiate hard but artfully to secure the best economic terms and conditions for Office and Industrial Tenants and Owner-Occupants.
Typically, we save our Clients 10% to 25% off of Landlords’ asking rental rates and Sellers’ initial price quotes.
MacLaurin Williams Worldwide’s highly experienced Tenant Reps, Tenant Agents and Tenant Brokers deliver 100% Tenant and Buyer Representation in Round Rock and Austin, Texas, in Boulder and Denver, Colorado, and in major US, Canadian and international markets. See this interactive map of our global service areas.
In North America, the Landlord or Seller typically pays our fee, not the Tenant or Buyer.
This means MacLaurin Williams doesn’t have the awful conflicts of interest that regular Commercial Real Estate Brokers quietly carry in their briefcases. It’s the dirty little secret they don’t want to talk about. But we clear the air here in our nationally ranked blog article, How to identify the best Commercial Tenant Agent.
Our Clients Say This
Teresa Krieger / CFO, Applegate Group
"I've worked with MacLaurin Williams for over 10 years. Will Gary has been instrumental in finding us great office space. He's an excellent negotiator and has very creative ideas about leases and renewals."
Don Therien / Real Estate Manager, Pacific Region, United Parcel Service
"Your help on a tough land assemblage and two unusually complex office lease renewals demonstrated your tenacity to stay the course until difficult problems are truly solved."
Phil Dunne / President & CEO, TMF Health Quality Institute
"William Gary gets the job done and done right the first time."
Deloris Wright, Ph.D. / President, Wright Economics, Inc.
"I highly recommend William Gary to any company looking for a Tenant Rep who makes sure details get handled properly. He keeps you fully informed about all aspects of lease negotiations. He's terrific!"
Lucie Lyons / COO, Deck Nine Games
"I cannot say enough about how great it was to work with MacLaurin Williams. Will Gary has helped us on multiple occasions to secure office space for our growing business. He is extremely knowledgeable about the real estate market and always has his Client’s best interests in mind with everything he does."
Steve Hayes / General Manager, Auto Truck Group
"I've worked with MacLaurin Williams on several projects. William Gary is the most thorough Tenant & Buyer's Agent I've ever worked with."
Chris Carmen / President & National USIC Account Manager, Carmen Commercial
"Thanks, MacLaurin Williams. I really enjoyed working on the USIC projects with you. You are the consummate, detailed professional Tenant Rep. You're good!"
Test Drive Our Advice That Cuts Right to The Core
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When leasing commercial space, too many Tenants mistakenly think that the Landlord’s Leasing Agent/Listing Broker will somehow represent them in negotiations. Unfortunately, this is never the case. The important question that this article answers is, “Who really...
Landlords make their biggest profits off of Tenants at Renewal Time. But some Commercial Tenants assume incorrectly that their Landlords will be fair at Renewal Time, so they start late and leave too little time for deep market research and extended negotiations. This...