Executive Office Overland Park

Looking for an executive office in Overland Park?  Here are some tips to help you in your search:

  • Hire the best broker for the job.  If you are thinking about utilizing a broker, be aware that most commercial real estate brokers focus on only one or two types of property (i.e. warehouses or offices).  Be sure to find a broker that has experience with the type of space you are looking for.
  • Be careful with subleasing.  If you want to sublease a space you are renting, make sure that you are aware of what your lease document says about this.  Most landlords have the right to approve your subtenant.  Remember that if your potential tenant defaults, you will still be responsible for the lease.
  • Find the right amount of space for your business.  This is a tricky line to walk, because not enough space can hurt your business’s productivity, but too much can be a waste of your business’s money.  You might consider consulting a space planner, architect, or real estate advisor to accurately determine how much square footage you will use.
  • Think about future real estate needs.  Consider how you want your business to potentially grow in the next few years.  Are you growing at a steady, moderate pace, or would you like to double your employees soon?  Bear in mind that most leases are at least five years, so be sure not to commit to something that you will outgrow in the next year or two.

Keeping in mind these and other tips could be useful as you look for the best possible Kansas City office space for your business!

If you are looking for Kansas City office space for lease in the Southern Johnson County area, give one of Southcreek’s commercial realtors a call at 913-685-4100 to learn more about our available spaces!

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