Service for Tenants

  • New Lease – If a tenant needs to start a new lease, LIANG Commercial will help the tenant identify and align strategic business, financial, and operational objectives with real estate requirements. Our tenant representation services are distinguished by our in-depth knowledge of global markets, combined with strategic problem-solving abilities. Our services include strategy development, build-to-suit planning, demographic analysis, logistic/distribution services, market analysis, cost of occupancy analysis, and negotiations. Additional services like project management, facility management, and lease administration can also be integrated. We work with tenants around the world, meeting their requirements that span over a large range, from small offices to large global portfolios.
  • Lease Renewal - If a tenant needs to renew a lease, LIANG Commercial will help the tenant review the current lease and prepare a survey of market lease rate for similar properties in the surrounding area. We will provide professional insights on the optimal renewal lease rate and lease term, as well as potential free rent and tenant improvement allowance, etc. We will contact the landlord to negotiate the lease renewal on behalf of the tenant, aiming at the best deal possible. Lease renewal usually starts 6 months to 1 years prior to the lease expiry date.
  • Sublease - If a tenant needs to relocate, or sublease a portion of the space, LIANG Commercial will assist the tenant with sublease. We will review the current lease, prepare a survey of market lease rate, and make suggestions on the lease rate, lease term, as well as conditions associated with the sublease. We will list the space for lease to find a qualified subtenant, aiming at the best sublease deal on your behalf, and we will also help the subtenant to get approval from the landlord. For tenant privacy, we will not disclose the address if the tenant needs. Some sublease may become a headlease, which is what most landlords and new tenants prefer, and thus releases the tenant for lease liability.