Audit of leasable areas
Ground-space of leased areas is usually larger in the reality than in lease contracts. It means that majority of owners suffer loss without being aware of it.
We prepare detailed, tabular floor plan survey for each building by accurate square meter and function-data floor plan survey according to – for example – BOMA, RICS or DIN277 standard. Therefore, rental income can be increased – at least theoretically. In practice, rental market is supply-oriented. Under these circumstances, it is difficult to enforce any fee increase but if lessor issues invoices for the higher ground-space by proportionately reduced fee (tenant pays the same sum-total), future price increase will start from a higher base. Our ground-space amendments are confirmed by credible, controllable statements and professional international standards.
Review of areas in own use
In corporate structure, departments are often not interested in rational use of areas, because the main business has priority over property and facility management. Since the economic crisis, cost – cutting measures are very popular: such as sale or lease of vacant properties, thereby the company can convert passive invested capital into active financial asset.
The audit reveals actual usage, the number of active workplaces in the rooms. It could be the base of preparation of a more rational arrangement plan. By accurate state data and plans and primarily by the object-oriented cost records an internal tenant system can be formed, where heads of each department can decide about required ground-space – according to their own budget and internal square meter price of potential rooms.