That's going to depend on the tenant Rep, but in most cases they are compensated from the landlord or the leasing agent.
check out www.NegotiateLease.com
If you have already identified the location, you should retain a qualified attorney who is experienced to commercial lease transactions.
Julie, Depending on your location - www.itraglobal.com is the largest network of tenant representatives across the world. Good luck!
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