The Leasing Lifecycle Tool guides you in each step of the leasing process, whether you are a tenant or operations manager, leasing agent, tenant rep, building manager, designer, consultant, owner, or lawyer, providing information on who you should engage, when to engage them, and most importantly, the key expectations and issues to consider with the best industry resources to exceed these expectations.
This tool will shift as best practice improves, and the Better Buildings Partnership is committed to continuing to collaborate and champion this facilitation, in order to move the industry to a more sustainable future.
To use this guide, use the links above to step through the process. With each section, the relative stakeholders are noted, with the data they should provide and the industry resources that are available. As resources are released and data made available, this tool will continue to evolve.
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The Better Buildings Partnership's work on best practice leasing focuses on three areas:
- Facilitation of the leasing process by mapping it and ensuring the early provision of good information and engagement of the right expertise;
- Negotiation of the best lease for all parties, balancing a level of risk management within the document itself; and,
- Education of the occupants, designers, agents and facilities managers that interact with the leased space, but do not sign the lease.