Corporate Landlords

This booklet focuses on corporate landlords in New South Wales, Australia, and information particularly relevant to them. 

What constitutes a corporate landlord?

A corporate landlord is a corporation that owns one or more properties.

As a rule, corporate landlords may be harder to deal with than some other types of landlords due to the fact that it can be hard to get access to the actual decision maker.

Corporate landlords tend to consistently raise rent substantially throughout lease agreements, resulting in rental prices significantly increasing over the term of the lease. This leads to a greater percentage of spaces which are vacated at the end of lease periods - an opportunity for empty space projects.