Commercial
Property Management

As a commercial property investor, maximising your rental return means you’re getting the most from your investment.

Commercial property, ranging from industrial warehouses to high-rise office spaces, represents a significant sector in the Australian real estate market.

Book a free rental appraisal for your commercial property and receive a detailed report of recommended rental price, comparable market analysis, sales and leasing activity the surrounding suburbs, and independent advice on portfolio optimisation. 

So, ready to find out how much rent your commercial property can achieve? 

Book Your Free Commercial Appraisal

Fill in your details below and receive an email inviting you to choose a date and time for your commercial property appraisal to take place.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR APPRAISAL

Our appraisals run for 45 minutes, and our expert team will provide you with data and recommendations to ensure you will achieve the maximum rental return. They can also answer any questions or concerns you have about leasing your commercial property. 

01

Marketing Your Property

During the property appraisal and valuation, our expert team will provide recommendations on ways to maximise your rental yield, which could include renovations, maintenance, or advertising suggestions. We keep our fingers on the pulse to ensure that the advice we offer reflects the latest market data and forecasts.

02

Find the Right Tenant

Your Business Development Manager will coordinate with our dedicated Leasing consultants to commence advertising on the key digital platforms, showcasing your commercial property to our database of prospective tenants and providing advice on applications received. 

03

Managing Your Property

Through a unique combination of our focused expertise, core values, and innovation through technology we will deliver complete property management for your commercial property. Our expertise focuses on maximising returns, securing financing, and mitigating risks to ensure a profitable venture for owner and tenant.

Newcastle Commercial Property Managers

For owners of commercial property looking for a personalised service, Leah Jay offers an excellent alternative to the large agents, while still providing specialised commercial management and leasing.

As experts in the commercial market, we recognise that delving into commercial real estate involves assessing various property types, understanding the importance of location and zoning, and accurately valuing these assets.

That is why we have had a dedicated commercial management team since 2002. 

Gerard

Gerard Haines
Commercial Senior Property Manager

Commercial Property Rentals

At Leah Jay, we see commercial properties as not just structures but as investments, and understand selecting the right commercial space is critical. With an extensive range of options available, from high-tech office buildings to high-traffic retail spaces, we aim to match every business aspiration with a property that suits its unique needs. 

170795756063858365 rsd Commercial Property
667a
Glebe Road
Adamstown
Offices
36 sq/m

14,400

annual

14,400

annual
Offices
36 sq/m
171505187270148247 rsd Commercial Property
218
Brunker Road
Adamstown
Other
38 sq/m

19,000

annual

19,000

annual
Other
38 sq/m
171814741532720003 rsd Commercial Property
1a/638
Pacific Highway
Belmont
Retail
178 sq/m

44,500

annual

44,500

annual
Retail
178 sq/m

FAQ's

Answers to the crucial questions asked by commercial property owners.

When you invest in commercial real estate, it’s crucial to assess factors such as location, property type, tenant mix, lease terms, and the economic stability of the area.

Understanding market trends and future development plans can also impact the long-term success of our investment.

The value of commercial property and the returns it will achieve is influenced by its income-generating potential, the current market conditions, and a range of other factors including location, tenancy agreements, and the physical state of the property.

The choice of valuation method can depend on the purpose of the valuation, the type of commercial property in question, and the data available to you. Each method has its nuances, but they all aim to provide an accurate assessment of a property’s worth. 

Managing a commercial property often involves dealing with complex lease structures, maintenance issues, and ensuring compliance with regulations. We also have to stay ahead in the dynamic market to attract and retain tenants, which requires a strategic approach to property management.

Owning a commercial investment property in Australia entails various tax considerations, including the potential for claiming capital works deductions on the structure and any permanent assets. It is also important to explore deductions on plant and equipment as these can contribute to our tax savings.