Office Leasing Services


CBRE’s office leasing team understands that a successful leasing outcome is about understanding the needs of both lessors and occupiers. For lessors, we synthesise market trends and insights to provide superior advice, service and transaction outcomes. When dealing with occupiers, we strive to understand their businesses to identify the very best response to their requirements.

Playing a pivotal role in the successful performance of property portfolios for institutions, trusts, developers and private owners, our team offers a multi-faceted service providing sound market and financial advice.

We focus on understanding our clients, their properties and long term needs to provide market leading leasing solutions that maximise every opportunity.


We create advantage through the following services:


  • Office project leasing and marketing from single suites to entire property portfolios.
  • Strategic leasing advice including property positioning and advice on building design, amenity, aesthetics and market trends that impact a building’s marketability and leasing performance.
  • Development pre-commitment leasing.
  • Tenant engagement to generate qualified leads and source tenants.
  • Marketing campaign management.
  • Subleasing services.
  • Market rental analysis, reporting and forecasting.
  • Pre-purchase advice on properties.

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With proprietary market intelligence and the industry’s most powerful service offering, Advisory & Transaction Services delivers the complete spectrum of strategic leasing services for occupiers and investors.

Latest Research and Reports

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Australia Office MarketView Q1 2020

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Australia Major Report - Australia Occupier Survey 2019 December 2019

12 December 2019
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Sunshine Coast: Sun, surf and smart business

5 December 2019
Recent population growth in the Sunshine Coast has resulted in an increase in its skilled workforce; consequently, local government has recognised the need to accommodate the growth in skill sets and facilitate the movement towards a diversified economy, transforming the Sunshine Coast into a key economic centre where new commerce complements established industries.
5 December 2019