Landlord, Tenant, and Buyer Representation Service

Power Investment Real Estate (RE), Inc., assist clients with their lease or purchase negotiations ranging from one thousand square feet to one million square feet throughout Northern California.

Tenant Representation: Having an experienced representative on your side to avoid common pitfalls and carefully guide you through the complex leasing process is essential. We start by getting to know you and your business objectives, to not only negotiate the most favorable terms, but ensure your lease is carefully structured to address your future needs. With extensive access to relevant market data regarding space, location, and availability, including comparable lease rates, vacancy factors, and other pertinent data, we can provide both the advice and information necessary to fulfill your company’s space requirements.

Buyer Representation: We are experts in the sales process. We’ll take the time to get to know the unique attributes of your property in order to provide you with an accurate, detailed, and insightful analysis necessary to make the best recommendations to produce your desired results. Our effective and aggressive marketing campaigns coupled with our strategic relationships create a powerful synergy for generating opportunities to match potential buyers with your property quickly, efficiently and at a best possible price.

Because today’s commercial real estate environment is more complex than ever, we make it our business to become experts at performing due diligence functions and assessing the underlying value of real estate assets regardless of size and product type. You can rely on our knowledge and expertise to find the right property that meets your current and future needs.

Tenant, and Buyer Representation Services


  • Relocations
  • Renewals and restructurings
  • Expansions in the existing facility
  • Contractions and consolidations
  • Lease buyouts and terminations
  • Anchor tenant development
  • Build-to-Suit
  • Ground Ups


  • Feasibility studies
  • Lease vs. purchase evaluation
  • Lease-to-own structuring
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Property due diligence
  • Financing and lender options
  • New building construction