DK Brokerage Services

DK COMMERCIAL, LLC, and its principals and agents specialize in a broad range of commercial real estate disciplines. Our experience and expertise include:

Sale/Purchase or Lease of:

  • Industrial

  • Office

  • Medical

  • Retail

  • Investment

  • Land

Other Services:

  • Tenant Lease Representation
  • Landlord Leasing Representation
  • Buyer Representation
  • Seller Representation
  • Investment Sales Representation
  • Investment Analyses
  • Lease Administration
  • Consulting Services
  • Market information

How to Choose a Commercial Real Estate Agent

When you need Brain Surgery you go to a surgeon who specializes in Brain Surgery, not a family practitioner. Why settle for less representation than you should, in one of the most important financial areas of your life? Go to a specialist in the area of your Commercial Real Estate needs.

For example, if you are in search of office space to lease or purchase, look for a professional who specializes in the office market. Looking to buy or sell an investment? Find an Investment Specialist.

All DK agents have training and experience in their specialties to be able to provide the most professional service available to each client. DK COMMERCIAL is affiliated with local, national, and international organizations such and NAR, CCIM, SIOR, ICSC, and many others to help keep each specialist informed, connected, and educated to meet your real estate needs.


Each property type has additional specialized education a professional can take. Choosing a professional with a Designation will get you a qualified agent with specialized training to represent you in the market in the area of your needs.

SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) is the designation for the Industrial and Office market

CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Manager) is the Investment Designation


It goes without saying, the longer a professional has been doing transactions the better representation you will get. It is important your professional has years of “in the field specialized experience” not just “licensed years.”


Get insight into the professionals' work ethic, experience, market knowledge, and follow-up. Ask for references you can call or reference letters.

Follow Up

Once you’ve decided on a professional, give them a call. If they are not available leave a detailed message with what you need. If you do not get a call back within 3-4 hours or an acceptable time frame for you, move on to another professional. If a professional isn’t going to return a potential client’s call the first time, it will likely be an indication of how they will manage the process. There are many excellent Professionals to work with and there is no need to settle for anything but the best.

Your Part

Be loyal. A Commercial Real Estate Professional works strictly on commission. Time is a precious commodity. A good agent should be committed to you 110% if you are committed to them 110%.

If you have been working with your agent but happen to see something you would like more information on, don’t call the number on the sign. Tell your agent you would like information on the property. When you call the number on the sign and speak to the “listing agent,” they believe you are now working with them on their property. Working with one qualified agent will get you the best representation and be the most effective use of your time.

Ask Questions

A good agent will educate you and explain the process in detail if you want to know. If you don’t feel comfortable enough to ask your agent questions, find another person to work with. It is the responsibility of the professional to talk in terms that you understand and explain things clearly.