Jeff Tabor formed Corporate Realty Advisors in 1993 following his attainment of the “Top Office Broker” position for the Grubb & Ellis Company in Southern California (after just his first year with the firm) because he passionately believed tenants deserved to have a specialist on their side of the negotiating table who can and will offer a multitude of more services to them than can the traditional one dimensional, transaction-only focused big brokerage houses. Additionally, Jeff wanted to bring all of his past experiences leasing and managing large office buildings to the benefit of the Tenant. The results speak for themselves – given our rapidly growing client base and more repeat client business than at any other real estate firm.
WHO WE ARE
We are built on the concept that our current and future tenants have a fundamental right to have a team on their side of lease negotiations.
Solely responsible for everything from performing initial market studies, annual building operating expense audits, making 75-80 important changes to the lease contract to managing architects, general contractors, movers and telecommunication firms.
“I have been practicing real estate law for over 30 years now and my experience working with you was exceptional. You spent many hours getting heavily involved with the actual negotiation of the lease contract itself…suggesting many important changes and amendments to protect the tenant. Jeff, you and your business model certainly do stand out today in the field of commercial real estate professionals.”
William S. Waller - Managing Partner
See how a meeting that started with “I think your business model stinks” to now Jeff Tabor and CRA now representing all of Bisnar Chase’s office space lease requirement negotiations!
When a teacher and a mentor offers something truly of value to me…something that that no other real estateadvisor can claim they have, much less a real estate salesperson…I’ll take it! See what Allen, Matkins said of Corporate Realty Advisors.
Latham’s broker, Cushman & Wakefield, was adamant when they said it was a “signable lease.” Following my analysis and over 75 subsequent recommended contract changes later, they realized it was far from it!
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LET’S WORK TOGETHER
We work as a single united team to give our clients the highest quality advice possible.