How do you know you are getting the full benefit of the lease terms we worked so hard to win for you? After all, leases are long and complicated. And the reality is your landlord is a lot more familiar with his lease than you are and is likely to streamline his lease administration to follow his form lease as opposed to the specifics of your lease. Whether intentional or unintentional, terms that favor the tenant may be overlooked. Left unchecked, these errors can have compounding effects that cause your company to incur significant costs for which you should not be responsible.
For over two decades (well before anyone else in our region even knew what a lease audit was) Ezra’s in-house lease audit specialists have worked diligently to protect our clients by identifying billing errors, recouping overpayments and ensuring that landlords’ billing practices conform to your lease and industry standards. All that is required of you is to simply share your annual operating expense statement from your landlord and we take it from there. And best of all, we do this at no cost to you. You keep all of the savings. In our experience, savings occur in about half the lease audits we perform and these savings add up to millions of dollars each year for our clients.
Some of our competitors now offer similar services, but none of them have the decades of hard earned proprietary historical data that we have amassed and that we utilize to identify overcharges. And let’s be realistic, our competitors that work for landlords too simply cannot offer this service effectively because it challenges their allegiance to the landlords they serve. That never happens with us. It would be easy to be satisfied that we negotiated the best lease terms for you when you signed your lease, but we view ours as a long-term relationship and we want to make sure your lease works for you throughout your tenancy.