NAR 2011 Commercial Programming Preview: Preparing To Lease Buildings And Represent Tenants
If you haven’t yet registered for the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Anaheim Nov. 11-14, it’s time to get on the stick, commercial practitioner. This year’s commercial programming is really something special, covering the hottest industry topics with sessions led by the most accomplished professionals sharing their outlook. Just some of the must-see programs:
Friday 11/11: Preparing To Lease Buildings And Represent Tenants – Richard Muhlebach, CPM, CRE: Richard’s popular presentation last year on Renegotiating Leases And Saving Tenants During A Recession brought his nearly 40 years of expertise to bear on the problem of finding the sweet spot between the interests of a struggling tenant and the interests of the lessor worried about vacancy. This year, Richard takes a look at the specifics and distinct differences between leasing shopping centers and office buildings – from both sides of the deal.
“It’s about enabling the commercial broker to better prepare when repping either landlords or tenants in office building or shopping centers,” said Muhlebach. “You need a lot of knowledge when leasing…and that’s the value you bring to your clients.”
Richard Muhlebach has almost 40 years experience leasing and managing commercial properties including high-rise office buildings, medical buildings, shopping centers and regional enclosed malls. He served as the Vice President of two California developers and the Vice President of Leasing for a Northwest developer. He developed and served as the President of a northwest commercial property management and leasing firm and sold the company to a national real estate firm.
Richard’s presentation begins on Friday November 11th at 8:30 AM in 207 AB.
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