Representing owners and investors, as well as buyers, tenants and occupants, Cushman & Wakefield seeks good deals for its clients at any stage of the market cycle. Complete, up-to-date information, accurate analyses, in-house legal and marketing support, synergies among functional areas and a broad network are some of the factors that set us apart in the marketing of land, office spaces, industrial and retail facilities.
Our Agency Leasing area offers broad services to investors seeking investment properties. These services are managed by our professionals in Sales and Property Management, supported by our market research, assessment and advisory services.
Our industrial transaction area offers a comprehensive range of services, including acquisition and disposition, lease or sale negotiations based on in-depth market knowledge, periodic consistent market surveys and trend monitoring, incentives negotiation, and build-to-suit analysis and planning.
Our brokerage services are supported by a broad database, as well as our understanding of current trends, knowledge of the major players and the expertise our brokers have acquired as a result of the countless deals we have been involved with over time. Our experience in the buying, selling and leasing of office buildings, industrial facilities, land, farms, stores and other real estate translates into client satisfaction.
Each year Cushman & Wakefield negotiates transactions on behalf of its clients involving nearly 50 million square meters, with an overall valuation of more than US$70 billion. Transactions include office towers, business and office parks, multi-tenant buildings and mixed use projects.
From shopping centers, retail parks and strip malls to retail chains, outlets, factory stores, bank branches and telecom sites, our retail specialists will leverage their vast retail industry knowledge and global perspective to maximize client goals.
Our integrated resources help tenants meet their objectives in major markets and locations. Services for relocation and moving, consolidation, new leases, expansion, subleases and contract negotiation add to strategic planning, demographic surveys, regional studies and comparative financial analyses.