I own real estate that I want to lease to startups. How can I attract them?


I have a couple of small properties that I would like to lease to startups and tech companies.

  • What amenities should I provide in order to attract them?
  • Best ways to advertise them to startups online? The market is too saturated on sites like Craigslist.

Real Estate Office Space Startups

asked Mar 14 '14 at 04:57
Jeremy Sykes
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By Startups, do you mean "I have an idea" or "we have seed funding", or "we're profitable"?

In any case, this is going to depend on where the properties are located.

"I have and idea" - research co-working spaces, and don't expect the income to pay the mortgage any time soon. Running such a space is a full time job for one or several people.

"We have seed funding" - research co-working spaces that have additional space for companies to move into.

"We're profitable" - talk to some local companies that fit this description and get direct feedback.

answered Mar 14 '14 at 10:46
Nick Stevens
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