Opportunities for Brokers
- Connecting with the Clients
- Remind clients of appeal deadline February 1st
- Advise where assessments can be found
- Give reasons why they should be concerned about their assessed values
- Make your leasing easier
- Reduce operating costs
- Current listings - Prime properties for review are:
- Where asking price is below assessment
- Spaces that are difficult to lease
- Buildings with high vacancies for a long period
- Asking rents not being obtained
- Pending deals
- If assessment is above the sale price, then the purchaser can appeal
- Previous deals where tenant does not take occupation till after October 31, 2015
- the use of the space is important in determining the mill rate for an industrial user. If a lease is negotiated then the user could get an 06 class, even if they have not moved in.
- cost of work to be done for future tenant could be deducted from the assessed value if not complete.
I have prepared a letter for brokers to send to their landlord or tenant clients, which I would be happy to share.
For more information or if you have questions, please call Peter Austin at 604 733 3282
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