I need a tenant representative for a retail property I want to lease. How much should I expect to pay?

I need a tenant rep to represent me through negotiations with a landlord and signing a retail lease (I don't so much need help finding units). What is the estimated price for this service and is the price figured upon the size, $/sq ft, hours put in or...? Thanks.
In Leasing Property - Asked by Julie S. - Dec 25, 2011
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Kevin V.
Developer
Lansing, MI

That's going to depend on the tenant Rep, but in most cases they are compensated from the landlord or the leasing agent.

Dec 25, 2011
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Joon L.
Tenant
Los Angeles, CA

check out www.NegotiateLease.com

Jan 8, 2012
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Al G.
Mahwah, NJ

If you have already identified the location, you should retain a qualified attorney who is experienced to commercial lease transactions.

Jan 9, 2012
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Lynn D.
Broker/Agent
Troy, MI

Julie, Depending on your location - www.itraglobal.com is the largest network of tenant representatives across the world. Good luck!

Jan 9, 2012
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