Through our advise for office occupiers, CBRE act as an advocate and partner in navigating the challenging issues associated with occupancy real estate requirements. Our clients count on our ability to provide customized, creative solutions that address specific challenges and help meet business objectives.

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Why CBRE?

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Whether it is a lease renewal, relocation, expansion, consolidation, purchase, or disposition, CBRE provides integrated end-to-end office occupier advisory services that improve the bottom line results of your business.

Through creative problem solving, transaction structuring, and sophisticated analytical capabilities, CBRE is an essential partner in assisting with office occupancy needs.

MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION
The process of analyzing and ultimately moving an office facility is far more complex, riskier and consuming than most people think. Building selection is a critical corporate decision that holds tremendous financial and operational opportunities or consequences. The engagement with CBRE Occupier Services, saves clients countless hours, money, and minimizes the substantial risk that can result from an uninformed decision.

SIGNIFICANT SAVINGS
As your advisor, we will leverage our unrivaled knowledge of the real estate environment to secure unexpected savings for your company.

TOTAL INVENTORY
To achieve the best, well-informed decision, it is critical to have a complete, in-depth understanding of every available building in the market.

FINANCIAL & TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
In addition, full financial, technical and qualitative analysis are key to achieving the required expected results.

REAL ESTATE ADVISORY PROCESS

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  1. Current status analysis
    • Occupancy cost
    • Lease or ownership obligations
    • Areas of opportunity: savings, operational
  2. Needs analysis
    • Space programing
    • Ideal building criteria
    • Budget definition
    • Infrastructure
  3. Location analysis
    • Human resources availability
    • Commuting time
    • Public transportation
    • Amenities and services
  4. Market research
    • Existing and under construction buildings
    • Build-to-suit, land, etc.
    • Price trends
  5. Scenario modeling
    • Lease vs. Lease
    • Buy vs. Lease
    • Stay vs. Relocate
    • Front Office vs. Back Office
  6. Financial comparative analysis
    • Total cash flow
    • Net present value
    • Pre-tax and after-tax
  7. Architectural and technical analysis
    • Test layouts (BOMA)
    • Interior construction Budget
    • Infrastructure review
    • LEED / Sustainability
  8. Negotiation and closing
    • Negotiate obvious and hidden economic items
    • Maximize savings
    • Execution of lease, purchase, renewal