James Wheeler provides expert representation during lease negotiation and tenant improvement negotiations. He also offers lease income analyses and consultation on formulating operating expense stops.
Looking to begin a new retail operation or relocate your store? James can provide you with important demographics and assist you in site selection. We also aid you in securing an anchor tenant, as well as advise you regarding percentage rents, improvement allowances, and lease terms.
As Santa Fe’s leading commercial brokerage firm in industrial sales and leasing, James’ extensive experience with build-to-suit projects, and his thorough understanding of the due diligence relative to the development process, has been of tremendous benefit to his clients.
James’ experience includes simultaneous and deferred 1031 exchanges, multiple leg exchanges, as well as land for land, and/or income property for income property exchanges. Let him show you how a 1031 exchange can save you tax dollars.
Acquisitions and Divestitures
James Wheeler specializes in commercial real estate in the city of Santa Fe and the surrounding county. So, if you are positioned to get in or out of real estate, he will help you buy or sell office buildings, hotels, retail spaces, apartment buildings, restaurants, warehouses, gas stations, land, or any other kind of commercial property. Through his business brokerage network, he are able to give your property maximum visibility, and he also has numerous customers and clients looking to acquire many types of commercial property.
If you are a landlord, James’ job begins with reviewing your goals, examining your real estate, determining the current rental rate for your type of property, discussing with you any improvements that might be made that could lead to higher rents, and sharing with you his evaluation of the risk you as a property owner has in today’s marketplace.
If you are a tenant, not knowing the current rental rates can bruise your bottom line. Many sign a new lease-or exercise an option to extend their lease-without knowing the market. Before you do either, call James; he will tell you whether or not you are paying market rates for your space. If you are paying higher than market rates, he can either help you renegotiate the rent with your present landlord or help you relocate to less costly space.