Lease Administration

An ongoing process that produces organization and accuracy amongst your powerful leasing data

Lease administration is the action of gathering and organizing key business and legal points into one, centralized system. Once the data is collected, it can be utilized to produce meaningful metrics that ultimately add value to your real estate.

  • Mitigate Risk
  • Reflect & Forecast
  • Create Benchmarks
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    Visualize Space
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    Identify Opportunities

Quarem Lease Administration Features

Organize the details related to your leasing portfolio

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    Securely store and maintain control over every property and leased location
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    Track the data related to the physical assets within your space
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    Recognize patterns or issues before they become a risk

Track Your Critical Dates and Options

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    Identify the key dates related to your space and prepare customizable alerts

Monitor Your Financials

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    Monitor portfolio-wide rent payments and other expenses, both present and future

Generate Reports

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    Organize, manage, and report on just a few, or thousands of leases and subleases
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    Automatically export all reports and abstracts to either Excel or PDF

Securely Store All Documents Related to Your Space

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    Manage all documentation including real estate and lease documents, photos, plans and other files
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    Control who has access to your documents, and monitor changes with activity time, date and author stamp

Track Your Thoughts

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    Post notes on maintenance, lease issues, equipment and other critical points

Stay Connected

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    Store and manage all of the contacts related to your space

Let's Face It...

Lease Administration isn't the same for every member of the CRE Community. Explore how Quarem's Lease Administration can benefit YOU! 

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