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LEASE ADMINISTRATION
AND AUDIT

LET US HANDLE THE DETAILS

Our relationship doesn’t end after the lease is signed. Rent isn’t the only expense that tenants incur and, oftentimes, we’ve seen tenants pay more than they should. With lease administration, we dig into your lease and manage it for you with the same level of detail and tenacity that we put into negotiations. For our clients, this means never missing a critical date. And with continuous lease audits, we make sure you only pay exactly what you owe. Because landlords can make mistakes. And those mistakes can be expensive. Whether recovering thousands of dollars in overcharges or incorrect billings, or notifying you of an upcoming date that could impact your business, we continue to protect our clients from costly oversights.

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Lease Administration

MINIMIZING RISKS ONE DATE AT A TIME

A typical lease runs over 100 pages. Those pages contain important details such as critical dates that can really make an impact on your business. With lease administration, we manage those dates for you and alert you when action needs to be taken.  We take all the information from the lease and put it in an easy-to-access and manage database that we monitor and that clients can access at any time. Whether your company has one lease or 300 leases worldwide, we have the expertise and dedicated staff to help you manage the details, so you can focus on your business.

Clients say that letting M&A do their lease administration gives them greater insight into their portfolio and peace of mind. Let us gather the data that drives your future real estate decisions. Because successful real estate is not just about signing a great lease, it’s about managing that information on a daily basis.

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Lease Audit

NO ONE LIKES LEAVING MONEY ON THE TABLE

Protecting tenant interests is what we are all about at McCall & Almy, and lease audits are just another way that we look out for our clients.  In a lease audit, we compare what you are being billed for operating and tax expenses versus what you truly owe the landlord for those items.  We see incorrect billings from landlords all the time.  By letting us take a look at your operating expense statement, we will analyze all elements against the lease language and get back to you with any discrepancies.  Clients have uncovered thousands of dollars in savings just by us giving their statements a second look.