THE ROSSMAN DIFFERENCE
WORKING WITH YOUR BEST INTEREST IN MIND
Rossman Commercial Realty takes a client-centric approach, representing all types and sizes of enterprises to maximize your commercial success! From office, restaurant, industrial, retail, warehouse, or flex space, we understand each requirement to find a lease option and commercial space that suits your budget, workforce, and operational needs.
LOCAL INDUSTRY EXPERTISE
The commercial division of Rossman Realty was founded in 2011. After years of success in residential sales and property management, our company was ready to undertake the commercial market. Rossman Commercial Realty was founded to deliver exceptional, high-quality, localized industry knowledge and advice.
NEGOTIATING TO SAVE YOU MONEY
Your Rossman Tenant Representative will perform in-depth market research to produce long-term direct savings on price per square foot and ensure you understand all fees associated with your new commercial lease.
Your Tenant Representative will provide you an explanation of hidden leasing costs such as:
- OVERAGE FEES - These fees are accrued if building operating expenses surpass the previously planned building budget.
- EXCESS ADMINISTRATION FEES - Can be added to the common area maintenance fees.
- LOAD FACTOR FEES - A type of fee accumulated for areas that do not reach the criteria for rentable square footage.
PROFESSIONAL GUIDANCE ON LEASE TYPES AND OPTIONS
THE LESSEE - Is the person (or company) who is entering into a commercial property lease. In addition to paying rent, the lessee could also be responsible for property taxes, whole or partial utilities, and property insurance.
A Tenant Representative will assist in the options disclosed in your lease. Options can be, but are not limited to:
- Renewals or Extensions
- Expansion or Contraction
Comprehensive services to assist and steer you towards identifying the best type of lease for your company. The most popular types of commercial leases are the following:
- FULL-SERVICE/GROSS LEASE - The tenant is responsible for a base rent. Generally, the landlord absorbs additional property expenses. Such as, maintenance fees, insurance, and real estate taxes.
- NET LEASE - This type of lease generally requires tenants to pay a corresponding share of the buildings operating expenses: up-keep of common areas, property taxes, and insurance.
- MODIFIED GROSS LEASE -The tenant will pay base rent, utilities, and a fraction of property operating costs with this type of lease.
- ABSOLUTE TRIPLE NET LEASE - The tenant will pay all building expenses, including any maintenance or necessary repairs to the buildings structure and roof.
- PERCENTAGE LEASE - A profit related lease. A tenant will pay a base rent in addition to a percentage of gross business sales, once sales exceed a certain amount. Percentage leases can generally offer a lower base rent in contrast to a standard lease.
ANALYZING YOUR NEEDS
We are committed to finding you a commercial space with accommodations for your:
- Company Operations
- Workforce Size
- Location Preferences
- Size Requirements