Finding the optimal restaurant real estate is like a soufflé. It looks simple enough, but without the right preparation and skill, the whole deal can fall flat.
With the complexity of today’s leasing agreements and government red tape, many unfortunate restaurant tenants are unaware of the potential pitfalls before they commit to a property. The problems arise after the restaurant opens, and you’re locked in to a costly long-term agreement that siphons away your future.
Or worse, unforeseen delays drain your resources before the
doors ever open.
Finding the perfect location for your restaurant concept is just the first step. Having a restaurant real estate advisor who knows the specialized nuances of Los Angeles and Orange County permitting and construction, as well as leasing concerns like Contingency, Net Charges and Tenant Improvements for food service is vital.
Without that, you may end up in a property that compromises your success, and spiraling expenses you never expected.
Restaurant Real Estate Advisors means the right location and a lease or purchase agreement that’s right for your concept, your growth and your bottom line.
Restaurant Real Estate Advisors specializes in finding and vetting prime restaurant real estate locations for all facets of the restaurant and food service industry and helping landlords prepare and market their properties effectively.
From leading QSRs and premier fast casual chains, to prominent restaurant and entertainment venue operators, our expertise is simply unmatched in delivering a property that is, quite literally, the foundation of your food service success.
If you’re looking for a single resource with all the right ingredients for your restaurants success,
We are the recipe for successful restaurant locations!
Restaurant leasing and restaurant sales are highly specialized fields of commercial real estate brokerage. If you're selling, you can be sure to achieve the highest price and avoid common seller traps. If you have a restaurant for lease, you can fill the space fast and avoid common pitfalls that create delays and loss of rent.