Tenant Advisory Group, LLC is a licensed independent commercial real estate broker that specializes in how to get a right to terminate leases and services.

We have an A+ BBB rating and are focused on helping tenants and buyers get the most out of their business space.

Whether finding your first commercial space or renegotiating a long-term lease we make this process easier by providing education and advice based on our in-depth how to get a right to terminate knowledge and years of experience.

Working with us ensures that you find the right property, negotiate the best lease or purchase rates and have a professional relocation and build out process.

What is the difference between a leasing agent and a tenant rep?

The leasing agent holds the lead to the property and represents the interests of the property owner.

Tenant Advisory group is a tenant representative, working on your behalf and representing only your interests. So, the leasing agent is working to get the most money out of you to benefit the property owner, while we negotiate fair terms that provide you, the tenant, with the best possible deal.

Our clients, as tenants, don’t pay us a thing for our top tier how to get a right to terminate services. Tenant Advisory Group is paid by the property owner once the lease is fully executed through a fee that will already be paid to the landlord’s broker. In other words, a fee is paid regardless of whether you use a broker or not.

Due to our extensive tenant background if you are the property owner we know what to look for and how to deal with all tenant realtors.

In addition to providing commercial how to get a right to terminate we are much more for our clients, offering strategic consulting services on everything from finding property to negotiating the lease or purchase, to the actual build out and move in process. We are able to help you with new leases, lease restructures, lease renewals, acquisitions and sales, strategic advice, in-depth research and residential sales and purchases.

We work with businesses ranking from large national corporations to private family-held single location operations.

Here is a step by step guide for our how to get a right to terminate services:

Step 1. Build an understanding of your how to get a right to terminate requirements including budget, location, type, size and quality of space.

Step 2. Present options that fit your how to get a right to terminate requirements and organize tours of those properties.

Step 3. Draft and submit how to get a right to terminate Request for Proposals (RFPs) that seek to achieve all of your requirements.

Step 4. Run a full financial analysis that will allow us to clearly examine the impact of the landlord’s response.

Step 5. Draft and submit counter proposals to advance negotiations towards achieving your how to get a right to terminate goals. Repeat as necessary until you are satisfied.

Step 6. Bid out and coordinate services of architects and/or contractors as required to design or build out the space to your specifications.

Step 7. Refer a qualified real estate attorney to review lease and coordinate legal terms negotiation.

Step 8. Introduce you to additional service vendors as needed to facilitate the process, including furniture suppliers, movers, phone & data technicians and insurance brokers.

The how to get a right to terminate relationship doesn’t end there. We believe in building long-term relationships with our clients. Not only will we continue to offer our support and services, but we strive to introduce you to clients and quality feral partners to help you grow your business.

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In addition to providing premier how to get a right to terminate services in Chicago we also serve the Loop, East Loop, West Loop, South Loop, Central Loop, River North, River West, Fulton Market, West Town, Printers Row, Gold Coast, Lincoln Park, Clybourn Corridor, near North Side, North Shore, West Side, East West Corridor, Rosemont, O’Hare, the Chicagoland suburbs and any other Chicagoland location in Illinois. While we concentrate in the Chicago market, Bill and the rest of the team have experience representing tenants throughout the United States in over 65 of the top markets.

For a free in-depth how to get a right to terminate consultation contact us.