Most Realtors are not comfortable when advising their clients on commercial real estate. Admittedley they lack the knowledge, Experience/Specialization and most importantly the Network Connections to ensure their clients success. Without a true understanding of the ins and outs of the commercial transactions they put their clients and ultimately themselves at serious risk.
Industrial Commercial Specialist
Regardless of the type of commercial space a company needs, our commercial associates have the knowledge and expertise necessary to assist in a purchase, sale or lease. Commercial real estate consumers rely on our associates for consultation, site selection, tenant representaion, sales and leasing.
Investment and Sales
Representing buyers and sellers, of investment reale state requires local market knowledge, knowledge of financing instruments and capital markets, both domestically and abroad. Sutton Commercial Investments Associates keep abreast of the constant trends and fluctuations in the equity and debit markets, as well as local and national cap rates.
Site Selection and Leasing
Site selection requires many considerations and complications beyond siply finding the right location. Tenant representaion demands knowledge of local market conditions and trends, as well as a keen set of negotiating skills to successfully structure clients lease documents. Commercial landlords can also rely on our associates to have intimate knowledge of the local market and existing tenant base in order to successfully lease projects at the highest rental structure possible.
With over twenty years executive experience in the retail industry Christopher is uniquely able to offer to his clients unparalleled knowledge and experience. Shoppers change preferences and retailers must change strategies. Finding a flexible, customized plan that will ensure that together we will maximize the highest potential of your asset or portfolio.
With over 25 years executive experience Christopher is uniquely qualified to offer your clients unparalleled knowledge and experience. An expert in lower mainland commercial real estate market, Christopher holds a British Columbia sales person License and (ASRE) Advance Studies in Real Estate designation from the University of British Columbia
Christopher Savage, ASRE
604 764 1496
Several liability is the opposite of joint liability. When two or more partners sign a lease for which they are severally liable, each partner is only liable for their own obligation. For example, if three business partners co-sign a lease and the lease agreement, agreement states that they are only severally liable, the landlord may only sue the partner who fails to fulfull his obligation.
When two or more partners have joint or several liability for a debt, a creditor may sue any one of the partners. If a creditor recovers money from one partner, that partner may pursue the other partners for their respective share of obligation. In other words, it becomes the responsibility of the partner who was initially sued to recover from the other partners for their contribution. For example, if three business partners enter into a contract for which there is joint and several liability--and the contract is subsequently breached--one of them may be sued and may end up paying all damages. It is then that partners responsibility to pursue the other partners for their share of the lliability.