Skilled commercial real estate brokers have vivid imaginations. They can walk into an old office building or unfinished retail space and picture all the possibilities: glossy new floors, modern furniture, the new elevator that opens out into a freshly-remodeled amenities space. The average tenant, however, lacks such imaginative powers. Even small, easy-to-fix issues like a bad paint job or dated lighting fixtures can put off potential leasees, making them walk away from an otherwise perfect space.
But what if a simple tool could allow the would-be tenant to see what the broker sees?