Buyer and Tenant Representation. It’s all we do.

Rich Commercial Realty’s exclusive buyer/tenant representation, along with a full range of services and in-depth experience, ensures that you’ll locate the commercial space that fits your unique needs for the best possible price.

While most commercial real estate firms serve as dual agents, Rich Commercial Realty doesn’t represent the landlord or seller. We have no affiliations with developers, builders, or property managers that transaction-driven commercial realtors do that could cause a conflict of interest.

And that’s important for you to know. We have only your interests in mind. That means we negotiate totally on your behalf, allowing us to obtain the most aggressive terms and concessions available in the marketplace. That’s why clients come back to us for new space needs and are eager to refer us to their business associates.

Find out how our buyer and tenant representation services can help you meet your long term space needs and your financial goals.

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