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A Major Firm Was Represented In Their Corporate Relocation By Peter Tennis, Director KW Commercial


Peter Tennis, a well-known local advocate for business owners and Director of KW Commercial, a division of Keller Williams Realty, recently represented a major local CPA firm in their corporate relocation within Atlanta.

Mr. Tennis encourages all business owners to utilize representation that is experienced in matters of commercial real estate whenever they are dealing with their facilities, whether it is a relocation, sale or purchase. It’s extremely important for tenants to recognize that lease negotiations involve far more than a new location and cost. Other determining factors include facility needs, personnel, and client base among other things that can affect the proficient operation of the company.

“My team compiles extensive data regarding our clients and their individual requirements enabling us to organize and coordinate all aspects of negotiations,” says Mr. Tennis. Having been the exclusive representative for several hundreds of tenants, Mr. Tennis is highly recognized in the Atlanta area. Additionally, he has associations with multiple regional businesses which allow him to secure the best possible solutions on behalf of his clients.

In recent weeks Mr. Tennis celebrated one such success story with the relocation of a major CPA firm in Northwest Atlanta. His client occupied their previous location for 10 years but recognized the facility was out of date prompting them to take advantage of current market conditions. Mr. Tennis’ long and professional relationship with the office building developer proved to be an excellent value.

“With our old lease expiring at a time when real estate prices are at historically low levels, we were able to shop and get a great deal on our new space,” states Jeff Horsley, CPA of Roddy, Horsley, Dillon & Gault, LLC. “The new space offers many amenities that should help us better serve our clients as we grow. While [it] better suits our needs, we remain committed to holding overhead costs low, so we can continue to provide outstanding service to our clients at affordable rates.”

This particular move was an exceptional one to Mr. Tennis as the entire process took a year to complete. He says, “All leases expire and the earlier you prepare, the better the results.”

Call upon Mr. Tennis well in advance of an intended move to allow him and his team the proper time to asses your individual requirements.

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