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Advisory & Transaction Services

CBRE offers clients a full service covering the entire leasing process. CBRE maximises return on investments by renting out properties on the best possible terms while helping potential occupiers find the premises best suited to their operational requirements. Its consultants leverage their expertise in local markets, regulations and legal environments and the specific requirements of individual industries, delivering superior outcomes and helping its clients generate an advantage through real estate.

Every year, CBRE advises clients on over 2 million m² of offices, light industrial & logistics, and on retail premises throughout France.

A successful real estate project requires a close relationship based very much on trust. With 40 offices in France and more worldwide, CBRE consultants cover every aspect of commercial real estate: offices, light industrial & logistics and retail, drawing on the expertise of all CBRE’s business lines to deliver exceptional service and the best possible solution for every client. 

A&T Investors

The optimum market positioning of assets to let – the best tenants at the best prices.


A&T Occupiers

At the start of a real estate project, an occupier may be looking for a straight answer to an apparently straightforward question. Sometimes, however, reality turns out to be more complex and the solutions multiply as the requirements are defined. Does the building suit the company's image, business development and a need for flexibility? Is it in the best location? Are the occupancy costs competitive? When is the best time to initiate renegotiations, or to move? What opportunities does the market currently offer? How best to structure the deal? What is the best way to withdraw from a lease when the premises are no longer suitable? 


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Executive Director, Industrial & Logistics, Advisory & Transaction Services and Investment Properties
Stanislas Leborgne
Executive Director, Regions Advisory & Transaction Services and Investment Properties
Guillaume Savard
Managing Director Advisory & Transaction Occupiers
Executive Director, Retail