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Staying on top of your lease portfolio management involves many moving
parts and we understand that very well. That is why we offer a range of
supporting lease services including
- PDF bookmarking, document tagging and management
- Data migration management
- Multilanguage lease translation services
- Market research services
- Argus-based financial modeling services
Here’s what some of our clients have to say
about their experience with RE BackOffice
"We have worked with REBO for over 7 years, since the inception of our current lease administration software. They partnered with us in the beginning to create an abstraction process and upload interface, and abstracted our entire leased portfolio into the new system. Their ongoing support of our abstraction needs has been reliable and increasingly helpful as we continue to grow our store portfolio."
"Thanks so much for your completion of this assignment. You continue to make us feel good about our selection and you have justified yet again the positive endorsements I give to the senior executives of our company."
"With the abstraction completed, we just wanted to reach out to you and your team and thank you for all your assistance in getting the abstraction completed. You worked with us on the timing, and allowed us to hit our deadlines. We look forward to working with you, given another opportunity."
"We partnered with RE BackOffice for lease abstraction services a few years ago. Their abstraction services have made a significant difference to our business. With the complete and accurate abstractions, we can access the lease information quickly and easily. The REBO team is always responsive to our requests and questions and has even brainstormed with us to find the best solutions to our international lease abstraction requirements."