Negotiate Four Key Management Fee Pass-Through Issues

Negotiate Four Key Management Fee Pass-Through Issues



Management costs for a commercial real estate property can be onerous for landlords. So your office building or retail space’s landlord, like many others, could try to collect its management costs by charging a management fee—that is, a fee that reimburses the owner for the costs it incurs from managing the property. The owner could’ve chosen to charge an administrative fee instead, but many owners don’t, because a “management fees” classification generally makes higher fees more acceptable.

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