Serviced office broker

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A serviced office broker is a company or individual that arranges transactions between a party interested in renting serviced office space and a business centre/ office space owner. The serviced office broker then makes commission when the deal is made.[1]

To fulfil the goal of finding clients to rent serviced office space, a serviced office broker will often do the following:

  • Find business centres/ serviced office space in accordance with the clients needs and specification.
  • Request a property condition disclosure form and any other forms that may be needed from the business centre owner.
  • Request information from the business centre owner in order to describe the property successfully for advertising.
  • List the business centre/ serviced office space available for rent to the public, often on the internet.
  • Advertise the business centre/ serviced office space through listings, newsletters, promotions and other methods.

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