The privacy statement below details how your information is collected and used. This privacy statement applies to the DTLA Real Estate website and services that are located in, but not limited to, the dtlarealestate.com domain.
We only have access to and collect information that you voluntarily give us via form data, email, and other direct contact from you. We use your information to identify a space that we believe could be a good fit for you, which means that we may share basic information about who you are and what you are looking for with property managers, owners, agents, and brokers verbally or through text, email, fax, or other means. Because owners, managers, agents, and brokers already have prices and/or rent rates in mind and/or listed, we will disclose your maximum budget to any of these parties to make sure you are considered and informed about the properties, units, or spaces they have available in your budget.
If certain information about the details of your business venture are proprietary and confidential, you need to specifically disclose this to us, though certain information is mandatory since no owner will let you move into a space with no idea of what you plan to do there. Upon your disclosure, we will not share such information with third parties, but of course, we ourselves need to know this information to serve you effectively.
We may refer you to another agent who can best meet your needs not associated with DTLA Real Estate, and this agent may pay DTLA Real Estate a referral fee. Of course, as a buyer or lessee, you do not pay for the real estate services of the buyer or lessee agent. Since buyers/lessee agents work for free, we expect you to be respectful of their time by keeping your appointments and treating them how you would like to be treated.
In order to contact you, we obviously need at the very least, your e-mail or phone number. We require that you give us your real name and information because we need to know who you really are and what you do and/or intend to do with the space you would like to find to serve you effectively. If we find out that you have lied about who you are or your intentions we will hold you liable for any resulting damages incurred by the agent him/herself and/or DTLA Real Estate.
We do not collect your information for the purpose of selling it to third parties. We use your information to help you find a space for your business. You will not receive spam from third-parties as a result of submitting your information to us. We will however, give your basic information and search requirements to building owners, property managers, and agents free of charge. We will not give them your full name or contact information. If you end up renting with one of the owners, managers, or agents we sent your basic search requirements to, they pay us a fee. We may however, follow up with you by phone, text you, and email you with features related to DTLA Real Estate or inquiries related to your search for space. Upon receiving such calls, texts, or emails from a party directly related to DTLA Real Estate, we can remove you from the database, per your request.
Square Feet and Rent Rates
All information has been gathered from sources and methods that that have been deemed reliable, but are not guaranteed. All square feet ever described are approximate and include the wall space. If not otherwise noted and as commonly practiced/used in commercial & industrial real estate in Downtown LA, the square feet quoted includes the actual space plus a portion of the common area. Any listed square feet not within this method is described within the advertisement or listing. For instance, a space that includes access to a common room may be listed as the square foot for both the space and the common room, and in such a case, this information will be disclosed in the listing or advertisement with the square feet of both the individual space and common space.
We are obviously in the business of making and establishing good business relationships with people. We don’t expect to be able to do that by cheating people. So the following disclosure are intended to protect us from accidental/unintentional error, not to trick anyone.
Spaces for lease constantly come available and are constantly leased. When that happens we have to update our web-site, all our listing ads, and many other platforms from which we communicate and provide information to our clients. Many times, we are working with ten clients at a time trying to get them space rented at possibly 40 different buildings we work with. Additionally, one building can have a variety of different spaces available, that are coming available, and that are no longer available. Through this process, a lot of information is transferred through various means (text, email, phone, fax, etc.) and received from many varying sources (owners, managers, real estate agents, tenants).
Though it is our aim to get the accurate square feet, in an effort to get individual spaces listed online as soon as possible we sometimes rely on secondary sources of information for the square feet for a space such as the owner or property manager’s word or an old listing for the space. It is our priority to get the accurate square feet for the space we advertise so we independently measure the space ourselves as soon as possible to confirm the information derived from secondary sources. Also, it is possible for three different people to measure the same space and come up with three different square footages. Last but not lease, square footage for a particular space can change overtime through renovations, additions, or subtractions.
Because of this ever-changing nature of information and the possibility of accidental error through various means of information transfer, we do not guarantee any square footage that we communicate and advertise publicly or personally. Even if your signed lease says a square footage that you later disagree with or deem inaccurate, we do not accept any liability due to the nature of the business, described above and the possibility of accidental error. Your lease is still binding and valid regardless of whether you determine the square feet to be different than what you thought prior to leasing the space. Put most simply, it does not matter what the square feet states, anywhere. We recommend that you personally measure the space yourself before renting or buying it, and think you should do that with any commercial or industrial space you are considering buying or renting.
We Are Brokers Only
We are not lawyers. We do not offer legal advice. Speak with your attorney for these purposes. We are not accountants. We do not offer any accounting or tax-related advice. Speak with a licensed accountant for any tax or accounting related tasks.
Pricing, Rent Rates, & Specials
Spaces for lease constantly come available and are then leased. When that happens we have to update our web-site, all our listing ads, and many other platforms from which we communicate and provide information to our clients. Many times, we are working with ten clients at a time trying to get them space rented at possibly 40 different buildings we work with. Additionally, one building can have a variety of different spaces available, that are coming available, and that are no longer available. Through this process, a lot of information is transferred through various means (text, email, phone, fax, etc.) and received from many varying sources (owners, managers, real estate agents, tenants).
Though it is our aim to get the accurate rent or purchase price, in an effort to get individual spaces listed online as soon as possible we sometimes rely on secondary sources of information for pricing of a space such as the owner or property manager’s word or an old listing for the space. Additionally, rent rates and purchase prices can change for many reasons such as a change in the real estate market, a change in the owner or manager’s mind, because another potential tenant/buyer offered a higher rate, and many other reasons. Move in specials or purchase incentives share these same issues.
Because of this ever-changing nature of information and the possibility of accidental error through various means of information transfer, we do not guarantee any pricing or specials that we communicate and advertise publicly or personally. Put most simply, it does not matter what our advertisements or communications say about rent rates and purchase prices, nor do we accept any liability regarding the rent rates and purchase prices that we communicate to you verbally, personally, publicly, or advertise in any way. The only thing that matters is what rate or price is stated in the final lease or purchase contract.
Floor plans are for illustrative or design purposes only and might not represent the exact, correct, or current existing conditions, and therefore are also not guaranteed. No architectural or engineering services are provided.
Building Codes, Zoning, Licenses, and Permits
We want our tenants to be successful and we want the owners we work with to be happy. We do not intentionally market spaces or buildings for uses we believe would be impossible to secure licensing and/or permits for. Additionally, we are not attornies. What you need to do to legally operate your business is your responsibility. It is also entirely up to you to determine whether you can or will be able to attain license or permits to operate your intended business in a space we rent or sell to you. Similarly, it is also up to you to determine whether or not the zoning of a building is within, will be within, or can be made to be within the acceptable usage of your intended business. We will rent or sell it to you regardless of whether you are or are not able to attain licensing or permits to run your intended business and your lease will still be binding, unless it is otherwise noted.
We make no warranty regarding whether the property you purchase or rent is up to current building and safety code standards and accept no liability for any resulting injury, financial or physical.
If the company profits in the year 2010, a portion of retained earnings will be donated to UCLA Aids Fund and the Union Rescue Mission.