One of my specialties is having a signed and executed lease before the current lessee moves out, that way you as the owner experience little to no vacancy. I am able to generate massive amounts of exposure to my client's properties through the use of a multitude of multiple listing services, social media, internet marketing, and cold calling. My job is to to maximize your industrial real estate investment by making sure you are receiving your property's full value.
The main bulk of my work is in lease transactions. Whether it is from representing the landlord or the tenant, I am constantly involved in leasing transactions. Developing a deep understanding of the market place, I am always aware of which warehouses are available for lease and what a warehouse's lease rate would be if the building was placed on the market today. This benefits both my tenant clients, as well as my owner clients. Having a deep understanding of financial statements and accounting principals has been a key element of setting myself apart. I can help analyze a prospective tenant's financial statements and be able to explain to my client whether or not they are a strong tenant.
Investment analysis is a passion of mine. As a finance major, I love being involved in transactions involving investments. I am able to understand cap rates, financial statements, and market trends to assist my clients in investing in industrial real estate.
I am able to provide property management services through Inco Commercial Brokerage's sister company: Romano Litchfield and Associates. Please visit http://romanolitchfield.com/ for more information.
One of my favorite parts of my job is helping my clients find new warehouses that allow them to grow and develop into bigger businesses. My goal is to provide you with a smooth and hassle free transition into your new warehouse. I provide my tenant clients with the follow services:
Preform a preliminary search for possible buildings.
Set up appointments with listing brokers.
Tour the properties and note any important aspects and/or defects of the building that need to be altered.
Prepare and create a non-binding letter of intent to tie up the subject property.
Negotiate with the landlord and listing broker.
Review the Lease.
Verify that all required documents are submitted upon Lease execution.
I understand the importance of each individual step in the selling process. I treat all sales transactions as if I were the one selling the industrial real estate subject property. I am experienced on both sides of sales transactions; from buying to selling properties. With my extreme focus on the industrial market in the Los Angeles Mid-Counties region, I am able to know the market value of a warehouse at any time.
Have a property that you want to sell but you want to defer your capital gains tax? A 1031 exchange is one of the great options of being a real estate owner. My partners and I have assisted numerous clients in exchanging their current industrial real estate investments for more attractive building investments.