Find a Better Space in a Competitive Market with TradeAddresses-- New Service Allows You To Trade Your Entire Office, Furniture Included.

TradeAddresses.com, an established leader in generating commercial real estate transactions announced this week the launch of their new space trading service to address the problems posed by the shortage of office space, especially in major cities, including San Francisco/Bay Area, New York City, and Los Angeles. 

As vacant properties become harder to uncover and off-market deals become increasingly more common, TradeAddresses.com meets the market’s high demand for more office space with a unique approach centered on trading leased space.  

In 2009, Hans Hansson, of Starboard TCN decided to expand the site using a social media platform and combining commercial and high-end residential real estate listings within the same site. He enlisted Jim Osgood, the owner of the OfficeFinder.com and Carl Bosse, the owner of Associated Realty of the Americas—a network of high-end residential and commercial agents throughout North America—to partner together to reinvigorate TradeAddresses. 

This week, TradeAddresses.com relaucnhed with a new service, offering businesses a means to trade office or industrial space for a more desired one, made available by other businesses looking to make a similar change in space. Offices may be traded either unfurnished or furnished, including all furniture and equipment in order to save time, money and headaches.

“As the commercial real estate market evolves, so does TradeAddresses.com. This new offering is going to open doors for many businesses owners who have been in an eager search for an office space that better meets their needs, but who may not be able to compete with today’s fast moving properties,” said Hans Hansson, featured TradeAddresses.com’s agent in San Francisco and the President, Principal and Founding Partner of Starboard TCN Worldwide.

TradeAddresses.com’s trade facilitators utilize a proprietary database to access off market space, giving customers significant options in terms of size, location, duration of the sublease, and additional specified features; and find matches for current and desired space, while maintaining users anonymity. A dedicated trade facilitator will then provide real-time information and answers to questions throughout the process. 

The real estate licensee coordinates the sublease or assignment of lease, as well as additional property conveyed. The licensee' responsibilities include:

·      Showing the space

·      Quoting the lease terms

·      Submitting formal offers to landlords

·      Negotiating deal terms as appropriate and all other activities required by the client.

For more information, visit TradeAddress.com. 

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