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Michael Arnold Michael Arnold

When marketing an office space, should brokers quote or not quote the expected rent? With the healthy supply of office options in the Los Angeles market, tenant rep broker Michael Arnold of NAI Capital says that leasing brokers should abandon the no-quote strategy. He says that not quoting a rent could actually hinder the leasing activity on a space because tenant brokers won’t call to check the rent.

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