Landlords and long term tenants

Landlords: How about a long term tenant?

   Next month is the annual ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers)
   trade show in Las Vegas.  It is the largest convention for retailers in the
   world and boasts over 30,000 attendees and 1,000 exhibitors.  It is not just
   an educational experience, but a unique opportunity for networking and deal
   making.  Many of the national and regional chains and franchises that are
   adding locations will be there along with their real estate managers for
   Michigan and the Midwest.  There’s nothing like meeting face to face with a
   tenant to get them excited about a good building in a good location.

   Last year at ICSC contacts were made with CVS, Big Lots, Aspen Dental,
   Batteries Plus, Subway, Family Dollar and Sally Beauty Stores, to name a
   few.  Many of these have opened in Traverse City this year and others are on
   their way.  This type of tenant offers the Landlord a credit-rated tenant
   that is looking for a lease that is a minimum of 5 years and in some cases
   up to 30 years long.  These tenants have a proven track record of success,
   the ability to pay on the lease and will often put major capital
   improvements into the landlord’s building.

   I have a number of properties listed by the mall, downtown and on major
   highways that are the type of locations franchises and national tenants are
   looking for.  This year I plan to attend the ICSC show and find out which
   companies are looking at our area, show off my listings, make good contacts
   and get buildings leased.  If you have a property or know of someone with a
   property that would be good location for a national chain, please tell them
   to contact me before the convention.  I would be happy to represent as many
   suitable properties as I can when I’m in Las Vegas this May.

    -Dan Stiebel, CCIM
    

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